Re: determining dynamically assigned IP addresses

daschan@pop.jaring.my
Mon, 9 Feb 1998 21:42:58 +0800


Check out Bill Woodland's CU-SeeMe Info Page at
http://cu-seeme.cornell.edu/~WCW/. On his page there is a link to Web
Internet Location Service (http://topdeals.com/web_ils.hts). The first time
you log on, you will be prompted to type your name, e-mail address and
create a password. When you have submitted this info, you may afterwards
use the auto log-on and auto log-off links. Every time you and the other
party with whom you wish to conference connect on-line, direct your
browsers to the Web ILS site. There you can perform search for his/her
current IP address by typing in his/her e-mail address. Copy the address,
then go back to the CU-SeeMe application and paste it into the appropriate
field. Works very well.--Das Chan

>From: "shimon kaufman" <shimon@hotmail.com>
>To: <CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu>
>Subject: determining dynamically assigned IP addresses
>X-To: cu-seeme-l@cornell.edu
>X-Originating-IP: [192.115.5.17]
>
>i've just come onboard to cu-ceeme and it seems that it should be quite
>useful.
>
>right now i have a very simple question:
>how can one determine the ip address of someone whose address is
>dynamically assigned by the isp?
>
>thanx
>shimon