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Hi,
My NETMEETING ip-192.168xx IS PRIVATE and because of
that nobody can't call me no more?Please HELP ME HOW TO
CHANGE IP and put "PUBLICK IP NUMBER" so that firends can
CALL ME AGAIN? THANKYOU
 
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Hallo LARISA,

LARISA <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:

> Hi,
> My NETMEETING ip-192.168xx IS PRIVATE and because of
> that nobody can't call me no more?Please HELP ME HOW TO
> CHANGE IP and put "PUBLICK IP NUMBER" so that firends can
> CALL ME AGAIN

If you want to receive calls with audio and video, your router needs to
support the establishment of a DMZ. If this is the case, open the
router configuration tool and enter the private IP 192.168.xxx.yyy of
your Netmeeting PC in the place where a DMZ is set. To regain at least
some security on the Netmeeting PC, install on it a personal firewall
like Zonealarm and set its internet security to "medium".

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Hi, Thankyou for your help, but I don't know where to FIND
THAT TO CHANGE IP,can you please help mw step-by step/I do
have HP-pavilion-XP-home ed/FIREWALL is build inthe
windows/Thankyou/Have no IDEA WHAT ROUTER IS ALSO?
>-----Original Message-----
>Hallo LARISA,
>
>LARISA <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
>
>> Hi,
>> My NETMEETING ip-192.168xx IS PRIVATE and because of
>> that nobody can't call me no more?Please HELP ME HOW TO
>> CHANGE IP and put "PUBLICK IP NUMBER" so that firends can
>> CALL ME AGAIN
>
>If you want to receive calls with audio and video, your
router needs to
>support the establishment of a DMZ. If this is the case,
open the
>router configuration tool and enter the private IP
192.168.xxx.yyy of
>your Netmeeting PC in the place where a DMZ is set. To
regain at least
>some security on the Netmeeting PC, install on it a
personal firewall
>like Zonealarm and set its internet security to "medium".
>
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http://www.uni-essen.de/kitt/faq-nm.htm
>Tschuess, regards, salut, Thomas Bliesener, MVP
http://tinyurl.com/rqed
>
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>
 
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Hallo Larisa,

Larisa <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:

> I do
> have HP-pavilion-XP-home ed/FIREWALL is build inthe
> windows/Thankyou/Have no IDEA WHAT ROUTER IS ALSO?

Somewhere on the way between your internet service provider and your
computer, the public IP is transformed into a private IP 192.168.x.y.
In order to find out where, would you tell how you connect your
notebook to the internet, e.g.
by a telephone cable and an analogue modem,
or by a network cable to a network jack in a corporate LAN,
or by a network cable to a dsl-modem,
or by a network cable to a dsl-router,
or by the wireless network connection to a wireless router,
or ... ?

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Hi,
I am connected on "VERIZON CABLE-telefon"/I don't
understand why do I have problem now, because WITH MY OLD
COMPUTER, I never had problem with NETMEETING INCOMING CALLS/
I just hope I can get my INCOMING CALLS OPTION BACK as I
use to have/Can u please tell me now,where to look for
this? THANKYOU
>Hallo Larisa,
>
>Larisa <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
>
>> I do
>> have HP-pavilion-XP-home ed/FIREWALL is build inthe
>> windows/Thankyou/Have no IDEA WHAT ROUTER IS ALSO?
>
>Somewhere on the way between your internet service
provider and your
>computer, the public IP is transformed into a private IP
192.168.x.y.
>In order to find out where, would you tell how you connect
your
>notebook to the internet, e.g.
>by a telephone cable and an analogue modem,
>or by a network cable to a network jack in a corporate LAN,
>or by a network cable to a dsl-modem,
>or by a network cable to a dsl-router,
>or by the wireless network connection to a wireless router,
>or ... ?
>
>--
>FAQ Messenger & Netmeeting:
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>Tschuess, regards, salut, Thomas Bliesener, MVP
http://tinyurl.com/rqed
>
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>
 
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FGorget to add, VERIZON GAVE ME MODEM,so it is
VERIZON-CABEL-MODEM and TELEFON CONNECTION/
>-----Original Message-----
>Hallo Larisa,
>
>Larisa <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
>
>> I do
>> have HP-pavilion-XP-home ed/FIREWALL is build inthe
>> windows/Thankyou/Have no IDEA WHAT ROUTER IS ALSO?
>
>Somewhere on the way between your internet service
provider and your
>computer, the public IP is transformed into a private IP
192.168.x.y.
>In order to find out where, would you tell how you connect
your
>notebook to the internet, e.g.
>by a telephone cable and an analogue modem,
>or by a network cable to a network jack in a corporate LAN,
>or by a network cable to a dsl-modem,
>or by a network cable to a dsl-router,
>or by the wireless network connection to a wireless router,
>or ... ?
>
>--
>FAQ Messenger & Netmeeting:
http://www.uni-essen.de/kitt/faq-nm.htm
>Tschuess, regards, salut, Thomas Bliesener, MVP
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>
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<anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:

> FGorget to add, VERIZON GAVE ME MODEM,so it is
> VERIZON-CABEL-MODEM and TELEFON CONNECTION/

If you got the Verizon self-install kit
http://www22.verizon.com/forhomedsl/channels/dsl/self-install+kit.asp
for 1 computer only, I do not know the reason why you should get a
private IP address on your laptop.

If you ordered a solution for more than one computer, you presumably
got an additional wireless router
http://www22.verizon.com/forhomedsl/channels/dsl/micro/homenetworking/popup_products_router.aspDSL-modem ,
which needs configuration of a DMZ, as I said in my previous posting.
In this case, you best turn to Verizon tech support
http://www22.verizon.com/forhomedsl/channels/dsl/24x7+technical+support.asp.

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Hi Thomas,ty somuch for your help/
I was calling VERIZON and HP to help me with NETMEETING
IP,but nobody knew what to do, UNTIL YOU REPLY TO ME,SO
THANKYOU VERY MUCH, at least I have some idea what is wrong.
However,I still don't know who will help me/I have
"HP-PAVILION-DESKTOP/XP-HOME EDITION/ I have only one
computer/I am connected with "VERIZON-MODEM and TELEFON
TOGETHER",so do I have to tell VERIZON THAT THEY HAVE TO
CHANGE MY IP or how do I get "PUBLIC IP FOR
NETMEETING".because NOBODY CAN'T CALL ME ON NETMEETING NO
MORE??THANKYOU-HAVE A NICE HOLIDAYS THOMAS
>-----Original Message-----
><anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
>
>> FGorget to add, VERIZON GAVE ME MODEM,so it is
>> VERIZON-CABEL-MODEM and TELEFON CONNECTION/
>
>If you got the Verizon self-install kit
>http://www22.verizon.com/forhomedsl/channels/dsl/self-install+kit.asp
>for 1 computer only, I do not know the reason why you
should get a
>private IP address on your laptop.
>
>If you ordered a solution for more than one computer, you
presumably
>got an additional wireless router
>http://www22.verizon.com/forhomedsl/channels/dsl/micro/homenetworking/popup_products_router.aspDSL-modem
,
>which needs configuration of a DMZ, as I said in my
previous posting.
>In this case, you best turn to Verizon tech support
>http://www22.verizon.com/forhomedsl/channels/dsl/24x7+technical+support.asp.
>
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>FAQ Messenger & Netmeeting:
http://www.uni-essen.de/kitt/faq-nm.htm
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>
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