Re: CuSeeMe and TIA

Fred Salerno (salernof@gate.net)
Sat, 30 Sep 1995 20:20:40 -0400 (EDT)


using slirp .95, you do not need to redirect anything.
I use .95e and .95h of slirp and have no problems.
Prior versions do not work.
And using PPP it works better than slip or cslip on slirp.
At your unix host, type slirp -b 38400 -p

set your windows tcpip (trumpet ) to PPP and then run cuseeme.

On Sat, 30 Sep 1995, Jonathan Caldwell wrote:

> A couple of people have indicated that it is possible to use SLIRP and
> CU-SeeMe successfully. Noone is telling us how they're doing it though.
> Can you indicate the steps necessary to accomplish this? I've read
> through the CONFIG and README for SLIRP 0.9o (is this v.95?), but I've
> yet to get SLIRP and CU-SeeMe working together.
>
> The SLIRP CONFIG file relates the following to be placed in the users
> .slirprc configuration file;
>
> redir X 10.0.2.15
>
> where X is a specific port you are trying to redirect. X in SeeMe's case is
> 7648, udp, right? When i choose the 10.0.2.15, configure Trumpet to use
> that IP address, and add it to the HOSTS file, SeeMe refuses to load.
>
> I've tried using an IP address that falls into our Class C range in all
> appropriate places with the same results. Anyone who uses Trumpet and
> SLIRP successfully have suggestions?
>
> TIA,
>
> Jonathan
>