Help: Reflector Configuration mismatch???

Richard A. Smith (ras2@procyon.com)
Sat, 14 Oct 1995 15:35:10 -0500 (CDT)


Last night I attempted to connect to reflectors together with the
GENERAL-BCC options. The main reflector was zeus.intellinet.com
(204.182.227.25) which is a DEC alpha running OSF1 and Version 4.00b1 of
the relector and the secondary refelctor was avatar.procyon.com
(199.2.240.20) which is a P-90 running Linux with Ver 4.00b1 also.

Zeus was set up with a single video feed which was verified with the
SELF-REFLECT option.

When the avatar refelector is brought up and trys to connect to zeus the
following error is generated over and over in the reflect.log

> Time: Sat Oct 14 05:22:31 1995 Pkts in 9 Pkts out 5 kbits/sec in
> 0 kbits/sec out 0
> Reflector configuration mis-match from 199.2.240.20
> Reflector configuration mis-match from 199.2.240.20
> Reflector configuration mis-match from 199.2.240.20
> Time: Sat Oct 14 05:22:41 1995 Pkts in 8 Pkts out 6 kbits/sec in
> 0 kbits/sec out 0
> Reflector configuration mis-match from 199.2.240.20

Here is the reflect.conf for zeus:

> CONF-ID 0 We are using a conferenc ID of 0, please change your
> conference id. //
> CAP 80 1 Max transmission exceeds limit of 80 Kbits/sec. No reconnect for
> 1 minute.
> //
> ;
> ;
> MAX-PARTICIPANTS 15 Maximum participants already active. Try again later.
> //
> MAX-SENDERS 1 Maximum number of senders already active. Try again later.
> //
> ; can keep this sort of low, to keep bandwidth down
> MAX-LURKERS 20 Maximum number of lurkers already active. Try again later.
> //
> ADMIT-GENERAL-BCC 20 36
> SELF-REFLECT
> DEBUG

Here is the reflect.conf for avatar:

> CONF-ID 0 We are using a conferenc ID of 0, please change your
> conference id. //
> CAP 80 1 Max transmission exceeds limit of 80 Kbits/sec. No reconnect for
> 1 minute.
> //
> ;
> ;
> MAX-PARTICIPANTS 15 Maximum participants already active. Try again later.
> //
> MAX-SENDERS 15 Maximum number of senders already active. Try again later.
> //
> ; can keep this sort of low, to keep bandwidth down
> MAX-LURKERS 20 Maximum number of lurkers already active. Try again later.
> //
> OBTAIN-GENERAL-BCC 204.182.227.25 36
> DEBUG

Any Ideas???

--
Richard A. Smith               "I'm going to set you to burn, Come, let's
Head Pyro Technician            have something to drink and talk about it."
ras2@procyon.com                --Randall Flagg