re: hang ups

Ed Mittelstedt (gizmo@CLARK.NET)
Thu, 27 Jul 1995 08:13:44 -0400 (EDT)


I was having the same problem so went and looked for it

ftp to oak.oakland.edu
cd to simtel/win3/commprog

get the cybercom.zip file

unzip it and follow directions in the .txt file.

Good luck

-Ed

--

It won't give up It wants me dead Goddamn this voice inside my head

nin

On Wed, 26 Jul 1995, Barry L. Lankford wrote:

> Fred Salerno <salernof@gate.net> wrote: > > > >i cannot find this serial driver anywhere, where is it? I check > >ftp.microsoft.com and cant find it there. > > > >On Wed, 26 Jul 1995, Matthew M. Lenz wrote: > > > >> Forwarded message: > >> > From owner-CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu Wed Jul 26 22:01:00 1995 > >> > Message-Id: <9507270244.AA55280@luey.cadvision.com> > >> > Date: Wed, 26 Jul 1995 20:41:21 -0600 > >> > Reply-To: streaker@cadvision.com > >> > Sender: owner-CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu > >> > From: streaker@cadvision.com (Streaker) > >> > To: <CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu> > >> > Subject: hang ups > >> > Mime-Version: 1.0 > >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" > >> > X-Sender: streaker@huey.cadvision.com > >> > X-Mailer: Windows Eudora Version 1.4.4 > >> > X-PH: V4.1@cornell.edu (Cornell Modified) > >> > X-Listprocessor-Version: 7.2(a) -- ListProcessor by CREN > >> > > >> > I have been experimenting with PC.CUSEEME v65b for a couple of weeks now and > >> > have had consistant hang up problems with my PPP provider. After only a > >> > couple of minutes my modem drops its connection. I am using Trumpet Winsock > >> > 2.0b. Is there any way to rectify this problem? My modem is a Viva > >> > Internal 14.4K Fax modem. Everything else works fine. Only when I logo > >> > onto a reflector site does this happen. (Have not tried one-on-one). My > >> > internet provider is not all too familiar with CUSEEME to give me any > >> > suggestions. > >> > > >> > Any advise would be appreciated. > >> > > >> > Mike > >> > > >> > >> if you are using the standard windoz comm driver, you might consider > >> upgrading, it should beavaliable at any ftp site.. oak.oakland.edu etc. > >> windoz doesnt enjoy transfer speeds exceeding 19.2 .. good luck.. > >> -- > > > Check out the documents at the following two URLs for information on using > high speed modems and on setting up Trumpet WinSock: > > http://www.aimnet.com/~jnavas/modem/faq.html > http://www.webcom.com/~llarrow/trouble.html > > The first document will tell what drivers are best for high speed and where > to get them. I know Windows for Workgroups' comm driver is much better than > the one that comes with ordinary Windows 3.1, but the advantages of the > WfWG drivers isn't of value unless you have the 16550 serial IC instead of > the 8250 that is common in earlier PCs. Since Mike has an internal modem, > the serial IC in question will be on the modem card, and the user manual for > it (you know, those things we use under the table leg to keep it from > wobbling ;-) should tell which it has. Mike didn't say what processor and > speed he has, but a 486/33 should be able to keep up with 19.2K DTE speed, > which is sufficient for 14.4K modem speed. My 486DX2/66 with an 8250 serial > IC and WfWG 3.11 keeps up with my 14.4K Bocamodem using hardware handshaking > and 19.2K DTE speed. The network statistics show no lost packets and seldom > any errors. > > The Trumpet WinSock Troubleshooting Guide from the second URL may be > helpful, although I don't use Trumpet and haven't done anything more than > browse the document. > > Mike, when you FTP a long file from a fast FTP site, do you experience hang > ups? The problem with CUSM, which uses UDP transmission, may turn out to > be a problem with your Internet access provider. > > > Barry L. Lankford email: barryl@HiWAAY.net Amateur Radio: N4MSJ > Madison, Alabama, USA ICBM: 34deg 41min 52.2sec N, 86deg 45min 34.2sec W > I have a new e-mail address, but the old one (barryl@nuance.com) still works > >