Thanks very much for the info!
This may seem like a stupid question, but I'll ask
anyway. I installed the Ethernet card because I got
DSL. Is it possible to disable the card and still
connect to the internet, via DSL? You said if I could
disable the card, I can receive called when I log onto an ils server. How would
I disable the card?
If I install Net Meeting 3, will the problem
disappear? I really hate to do this option. This is
the first product I've seen get worse with a new release.
I'm going to try the LDAP, too.Thanks for all your help.
You've got a problem. 2.01 has a bug that puts the wrong IP address on the
servers if you have a multi-honed computer (your ethernet card). I also
can't stand 3.01 and I use 2.11 and had the same problem after buying a
computer with an ethernet card. I got around it by disabling the card. If
you're using the card, and can't disable it, there IS a workaround. Use LDAP
to get your name on the server. I'm not sure where you can download it at,
but netmeetinghq.com can point you in the right direction.
After I log onto a public server, no one can call me, although I can call
people. The caller gets the message "The person you called is not able to
Microsoft NetMeeting calls." This problem began after I installed an
card for DSL. When I used a dialup ISP, I didn't have this problem. Now,
use the dialup ISP, I have the problem. I use NetMeeting 2.01 and don't want
use 3.0. If I give the caller (via email) my IP address, I can receive the
call. How can I correct this problem so people can call me just by clicking
my name on the server?