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Netmeeting Problem

Hi to all, I have the following problem. I want to configure Netmeeting for a lab but there is a proxy involved between the router and the switch, that gives dynamic IPs to the computers to the lab... So each time the pcs have different IPs from a range of 10.0.xx.xx... But the dial peer statements need a static IP right?

For example

dial peer 1 voip

session target 194.219.xx.xx...

Any suggestions for my case? Do I have to change the configs at Netmeeting also?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Netmeeting Problem

Step-by-Step Instructions

To configure Microsoft NetMeeting to work with the VoIP gateway, use this procedure:

Open Microsoft NetMeeting and choose Tools > Options.

Click the General tab and enter your First name, Last name, and E-mail address.

On the Audio tab, click Advanced.

Check Manually configure compression settings and select CCITT u-Law, 8.000kHz, 8 Bit, Mono from the Preferred codec for audio compression drop-down list. Click OK on both dialog boxes.

From the NetMeeting Tools menu, choose Options > General > Advance calling.

In the Gateway settings area, check Use a gateway to call telephones and videoconferencing systems and enter Gateway IP Adress in the Gateway field.

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