Re: Linux, nv and nasa select

david a. schlussel (dschluss@engin.umich.edu)
Mon, 26 Jun 1995 14:55:49 -0400 (EDT)


It would be nice if all reflector administrators would add in
a nv port to their reflectors, and put it in the motd to make
it discoverable via non-unix connections.

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+ David Schlussel +
+ dschluss@umich.edu +
+ MCIT-Special Projects +
+ http://www.umich.edu/~dschluss/ +
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On Mon, 26 Jun 1995, Liem Bahneman wrote:

>
> How well does nv (3.3b) work with CU-Seeme? Is it robust enough to
> utilize such events as NASA Select?
>
> Do I need to link my own local reflector to a NASA Select reflector in
> order to use nv?
>
> I'm using linux 1.2.10 with the multicast options enabled in the kernel,
> I'm just vague on how to go about using NV with cu-seeme streams. For
> example, one of the NASA Select reflectors is 139.88.27.43, but what port?
> nv defaults to 4444, but what ports do all the normal reflectors use?
>
> Thanks
> - liem
>
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