Thursday, December 03, 2009 3:38 PMI have been looking for some good web conferencing source code and when I found Conference XP I was really excited.My main focus was on the two-way unicast conference action, because i just want to create a peer-to-peer video conferencing tool.I tried installing Conference XP but I've been having some problems:- when I start a two-way conference in my computer (A) with another computer (B) in the same local LAN (172.23.160.**) no invite comes up in the other computer. i was expecting some recognition, but nothing occurs.- in computer B, if i start the same procedure to computer A the conference appears... on computer B. Nothing happens in computer A, not even recognition of participants.- if i start a chat in computer A, all messages get delivered to computer B, but no answers get to computer A.All of this is terribly weird and maybe it's an issue of configuration, but I would like to know if this is a common problem.Thanks
Friday, December 04, 2009 12:40 AMModeratorMy guess from your description of the symptoms is that computer A might have a firewall blocking the inbound traffic.
Also, one clarifcation: There is no mechanism in ConferenceXP to issue an invitation when one computer connects to the other. To make the connection using the two-way unicast, both computers have to manually connect to the other, as it sounds like you eventually did.
- Proposed As Answer by interiordesignerswindsor Wednesday, December 16, 2009 5:44 PM
Wednesday, December 16, 2009 5:50 PMI totally agree with Fred when mentioned the probability of the firewall blocking the interaction.
did you try it when computer A is on one lan, while computer B is on another totally different lan ?
why don't you just give it a try ?
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