Re: CU-SEEME-L digest 233

David Watson (dwatson@metz.une.edu.au)
Sun, 30 Oct 1994 01:04:09 -0500


Kent... aka CHENKE.ASA@asa.org... asked about TIA and what it meant...

> The Internet Adapter (tm)
>
> The Internet Adapter (TIA) is a new Internet access utility that lets
> you use popular TCP/IP software such as Mosaic, Cello, and Eudora with
> a standard UNIX shell account. In essence it converts a shell account
> into a "pseudo-SLIP" account the same way an electrical adapter
> converts a two-prong outlet into a three-prong outlet.

For more info you can look to TIA's home page:

http://marketplace.com:80/0/tia/tiahome.html

Other comments on CuSeeMe and TIA were in this order....

> >What port does CU-seeme use?

> UDP port 7648.

>> Can I change the port?

>No.

>> Did anybody get it working with TIA (and be it only as a receiver)?

>TIA didn't support UDP last I heard.

Just to ask...any one from TIA monitoring the list and if so what is status
of CuSeeMe compatibility?

Cheers.

David Watson
Lecturer
School of Health
University of New England
Armidale, NSW Australia 2351
Email: dwatson@metz.une.edu.au