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Netmeeting in Adsl line

By a_teo ·
My Nt server got 1 adsl line which sharing with 5 workstation, 2 workstation have to use netmeeting to communicate with another country PC. How to configure it?????

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by saihib In reply to Netmeeting in Adsl line

Launch NetMeeting. Go to Tools/Options/General/Bandwidth Settings and check the "Cable, xDSL or ISDN" button. Type in the IP address of the machine you are trying to contact and place your call. I'm assuming all of these machines are part of a closed network which is running DNS.

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by saihib In reply to Netmeeting in Adsl line

When you use NetMeeting to establish a connection over the Internet, NetMeeting uses several IP ports to communicate with other meeting participants. If you use a firewall to connect to the Internet, the firewall must be configured so that the portsused by NetMeeting are not blocked.

NetMeeting uses the following Internet Protocol (IP) ports:

Port Purpose
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389 Internet Locator Server [Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)]
522 User Location Server (TCP)
1503 T.120 (TCP)
1720 H.323 call setup (TCP)
1731 Audio call control (TCP)
Dynamic H.323 call control (TCP)
Dynamic H.323 streaming
To establish outbound NetMeeting connections through a firewall, the firewall must be configured to do the following:
Pass through primary TCP connections on ports 522, 389, 1503, 1720 and 1731.


Pass through secondary UDP connections on dynamically assigned ports (1024-65535).


NOTE: Some firewalls are capable of passing through TCP connections on specific ports, but are not capable of passing through secondary UDP connections on dynamically assigned ports. When you establish NetMeeting connections through these firewalls, you are unable to use the audio features of NetMeeting.

In addition, some firewalls are capable of passing through TCP connections on specific ports and secondary UDP connections on dynamically assigned ports, but are not capable of virtualizing an arbitrary number of internal IP addresses, or are not capable of doing so dynamically. With these firewalls, you are able to establish NetMeeting connections from computers inside the firewall to computers outside the firewall and you are able to use the audio features of NetMeeting, but you are unable to establish connections from computers outside the firewall to computers inside the firewall.

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by a_teo In reply to Netmeeting in Adsl line

Thanks it help me a lot!

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by bart777 In reply to Netmeeting in Adsl line

You might also need to open the correct ports on your server if it is also acting as a firewall. After you do this it should work as it normally would. I don't remember the port numbers, but there is a support document on Microsofts website that will give you a list.

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