Re: Ok, I give in... gotta do something for the WP users with

Brian Godette (bgodette@idcomm.com)
Thu, 16 Jul 1998 10:32:45 -0600


At 08:39 PM 7/15/98 -0500, you wrote:
>On Wed, 15 Jul 1998, Brian Godette wrote:
>> Having it display the list of public conferences is only a matter of
>> creating a null terminated string of all the public conference id/name
>> pairs on config load
>
>Maybe you can put this on your to-do list :)
>I'd love to see the Enhanced Reflector support the conference selection
>menu...It'd definitely make it a lot easier for others to see multiple
>public conferences on a reflector that has more than one conference
>intended for public use.
>
>This also made me think of another question...Seeing as how the White Pine
>client is sync'ing the IP address with the TCP connection, does the
>Cornell client with quick-connect turned off fix the problem as well?

No, the Cornell client doesn't correct it's IP address if quick-connect is
turned off.

>
>> close session state is in reference to the TCP connection, which only lasts
>> until you pick a conference. For refs with no public conference list,
>> Cornell 1.0 will display an empty conference selection box if quick-connect
>> isn't turned on.
>
>Ahh..that makes sense. I assume the TCP connection on the Cornell client
>is broken whenever the conference list goes away and a UDP connection is
>established? I'm hoping it doesn't keep the TCP connection up
>indefinitely.

It closes the TCP session when you close the conf-box.