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On 21 Nov 97 at 18:22, Russ wrote about: RE: support for NetMeeting
> NetMeeting uses ILS, or Internet Locator Service, to register the IP
Yes, but that alone is not enough.
> You have to assign the client a static external/internal IP address
> translation, in which case both scenarios above should work
> (assuming appropriate ports opened and all that).
I had tried to setup the LDAP protocol on MS proxy server, NM still
didn't work. Then I downloaded the NM resource kit (basically just a
huge Word document) and it listed the all the protocols that need to
be proxied (RTP, T.120 and something else). After those protocols were
added, you can run a NM session through the proxy.
If you are trying to get NM to work through a proxy or firewall, I
strongly recommend you download that document and read the firewall
section. You can get it from http://www.microsoft.com/netmeeting
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