Re: Cornell CUSeeMe V.1 & Lan/DialUP Mixed Environment

Steven A. Carlson (
Mon, 31 Aug 1998 08:51:55 -0500

I run Cornell 0.92b2 on Windows 98 without any apparent problems.
NetMeeting, on the other hand, is an entirely different story!

Ste Carlson

-----Original Message-----
From: Ray Mercer <>
To: <>
Date: Monday, August 31, 1998 2:54 AM
Subject: Re: Cornell CUSeeMe V.1 & Lan/DialUP Mixed Environment

>Thanks to a couple of guys on this list I was able to figure out the
>To make CU use your dial-up IP, it must be the last IP shown when you run
>IPCONFIG.EXE (from a DOS box).
> was the IP used by my WebTV software (now uninstalled :-)
>I removed and reinstalled my Dial-Up adapter and that moved it to the
>of the list. Now CU uses my dial-up IP.
>Now I'm getting division errors and GPFs when I try to connect to a ref
>though. The software works fine on other machines. Does this have to do
>with Win98?
>Ray Mercer
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ray Mercer <>
>To: <>
>Date: Friday, August 28, 1998 9:32 AM
>Subject: Cornell CUSeeMe V.1 & Lan/DialUP Mixed Environment
>>I've been using the new color CU from Cornell for a couple of months now
>>it is absolutely fantastic.
>>The biggest problem I have experienced with it is as follows:
>>At work I have a LAN-fixed IP (behind a firewall) and various dial-up ISP
>>accounts (for when I want to get over the Firewall). I have used this
>>with many types of SW in the past without problem - i.e., if I establish a
>>dialup account with my modem, the SW will use the dial-up IP. However,
>>some reason Cornell CU will not recognize my dialup IP address no matter
>>what I do. I tried playing around with Hosts files and the cu-seeme.ini
>>well as my Network settings to no avail. In fact, on one machine (a Win98
>>box) now the CU client reports my IP as no matter what I do (this
>>NOT my IP fixed or otherwise).
>>How can I tell CU to use a specific IP? It seems to ignore the Hosts file
>>on my machine.
>>Ray Mercer
>>Yokohama, Japan