Two IP Address HELP!

Yazz D. Atlas (devnull@bellatlantic.net)
Mon, 31 Mar 1997 06:01:48 -0500


<fontfamily><param>Arial</param><bigger>I have an ISP that provides me
with and IP address and I also have a local IP address for my local
network. Cu-SeeMe grabs my local IP first and send that out. It doesn't
let me connect to out side reflectors because of this. Below is the what
I get while trying to connect to a testing reflector on a Unix machine on
the Internet.

Client at source 207.XXX.XXX.XXX is opening a connection

Client's network address does not agree with protocol address
192.168.XXX.XXX

The first IP is from my dial-up ISP and the second is my local IP that I
need for my local TCP/IP connections.

Anybody have a idea how to correct this problem?

I have created a host file with all the IP numbers my ISP could provide
me already but it still grabs the local IP and there seems no way of
changing it.

TIA,

Yazz Atlas

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