I have a user who keeps getting the wrong IP address when activating communicator. I have the ASP detect page programmed and the page works for other laptop users. For laptops with wireless network cards which MAC address should the communicator be programmed against? The physical MAC, the Wireless MAC or the VPN virtual MAC? Lee
I am not sure what you are trying to do with the webpage etc, but I usually specify the wired connection to generate the device name. Then I copy that device name into the "specify device name" option, so that it is always the same from that IP Communicator client.
"Discovered" the problem. Turns out the CheckPoint NGX software was scrambling something in the IPC settings. The user would make a call and as soon as the call connected IPC vanished. Meanwhile the caller got ringing and then a fast busy when they answered the phone. Removed the Checkpoint software and the communicator registed the correct IP address and started working.
As to the MAC, it appears that it doesn't make any difference to IPC whether you use the ethernet MAC or the wireless MAC. We've made it work both ways.
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