Re: Run CU-SeeMe Client and Reflector Simultaneously

Scott Lacroix (
Wed, 18 Mar 1998 20:58:44 -0400

At 03:42 PM 3/18/98 -0600, Jason Williams wrote:
>> Or is there any trick (we got two IPs if there is a local network card:
>> **and** the local ip the ethernet card, e.g., and
>> if we add another network card, we may have a third ip ?) to do it
>> anyhow, with
>> LINUX and with W95 ??
>If you have multiple interfaces, each with their own IP connected to the
>internet, then it's theoretically possible. Practically though, it's not
>since CU doesn't let you select which interface to bind to.

But the WhitePine server will. And the older WP 2.X reflectors for that
matter. I don't know about Brian's Enhanced Reflector.... Brian?

I still don't think it would work tho, but I've never tried it either...
For Windows, possibly if you had a separate TCP stack for each IP
address... IE: one is a LAN connection, the other a Modem (or something
like that)... I haven't worked with the Linux client yet, so I'm not sure
how that works.
It certainly would be an interesting test!

- Scott


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