Re: Seting up a reflector for Broadcast

John Osborne (josborne@magna.com.au)
Tue, 20 Feb 1996 18:08:12 +1000


Hmmmmm....if the broadcast is on "national unity" one wonders if the
audio (if any) will be in English or Quebecois.
Just wondering (with tongue not-very-tightly-inserted-into-cheek).

John

Brian O'Shea wrote:
>
> >
> >Hello all, i have been appointed to setup 3 CU-SeeMe reflectors accross =
> >the country (Canada) for the purpose of a broadcast of a national unity =
> >debate.
> >Where they would be only one sender. Very much like the NASA TV setup.
> >
> >My request is that i need help with the parameters in the 'reflect.conf' =
> >file so that the 3 reflectors would reflect between themself the =
> >broadcast of one video and sound source. That way people who would want =
> >to watch this broadcast could connect to the nearest reflector (one in =
> >Quebec, Manitoba and British Columbia).
> >
> >Thanks for you help.
> >
>
> Assume the "primary" reflector is quebec's, and the other 2 would receive the
> broadcast from the primary reflector. I've excluded the MOTD, and other
> extraneous reflect.conf data.
>
> Broadcast source IP addres 100.1.1.1
> Quebec reflector IP address 100.1.1.2
> Manitoba reflector IP address 100.1.1.3
> BC reflector IP address 100.1.1.4
>
> reflect.conf.quebec
>
> NO-LOCAL-SENDERS
> ADMIT-SENDER 100.1.1.1
> ADMIT-BCC-CLIENT 100.1.1.3
> ADMIT-BCC-CLIENT 100.1.1.4
>
> Start the quebec reflector with the -broadcast switch.
>
> reflect.conf.manitoba
> NO-LOCAL-SENDERS
> OBTAIN-BCC 100.1.1.2
>
> reflect.conf.BC
> NO-LOCAL-SENDERS
> OBTAIN-BCC 100.1.1.2
>
> That ought to do it for you.
>
> -bos
>
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