Re: UNIX reflector setting to 1 video src, broadcast only?

Andrew Germaine (andrewg@carfax.ims.advantis.com)
Tue, 27 Feb 1996 16:51:07 -0500 (EST)


thanks for the correction. as soon as i saw your message with the
"better" :) solution, i said, in a Homer Simpsonish voice, "D'Oh!"...
Im still learning.

Andrew J. Germaine Advantis
Technical Staff 1311 Mamaroneck Ave.
OpenNet Network 2nd Level Support Center White Plains, NY 10605
Internetworking & Multimedia Services 1-914-684-4433

On Tue, 27 Feb 1996, Brian O'Shea wrote:

> >On Tue, 27 Feb 1996, Mark Thacker, Internet Specialist wrote:
> >> Is there a way to setup the CU-SeeMe reflector to broadcast just a
> >> single video source? That is, I will have Windows machine or a Mac
> >> feeding a video signal to the UNIX reflector and I want that signal
> >> sent to all others.
> >> However, I don't want others being able to send audio or video into
> >> the reflector; just this one client.
>
> Actually Andy, you are wwwrrrr, wwwwwrrrrr, wwwwrrrrr, not exactly correct.
> Note that he wants to inhibit video AND audio transmission.
>
> >
> >you want to have a statement in reflect.conf
> >
> >MAX-PARTICIPANTS (#of people you want to allow in to watch on YOUR reflector)
> >MAX-SENDERS 1 (just your heart-cam)
> >MAX-LURKERS (# of people you want to allow on your ref to watch MINUS 1)
>
> What this does is restrict video senders, but a "lurker" can still send audio.
> With the NO-LOCAL-SENDERS option, and/or CONF-RCVONLY-ID conference, only
> those that are allowed in with an ADMIT-SENDER, or CONF-ADMIT-SENDER are
> allowed to send audio and video, all others are prohibited. The other people
> can still send Chat, but no audio or video.
>