I would be interested in this. I noticed there's a couple different
versions of the software. I'm assuming that I'd want the "unstable"
I'm using DSL, and my systems are behind a NAT so I'll interested to know
what network changes need to be made for the unicast stuff to work.
On 4/27/06, Chuck Anderson <cra(a)wpi.edu> wrote:
On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 10:20:41PM -0400, Tim Keller wrote:
Since we hold the meetings in the "Media
room" is there any chance we
make them available live and/or a podcast?
Access Grid software is open source. There is a Windows version and
a Linux version (several distribution packages as well) available for
The software normally requires an IP Multicast capable ISP, but there
is a built in Unicast Bridge functionality which will convert the
streams--just select "Use Unicast" from the virtual venue properties.
I don't think this will work from behind a NAT, though, but you can
try forwarding all the necessary ports (a lot of ports) or using a DMZ
port on your router.
If anyone would like to try this, feel free to contact me and I'll
help you get set up.
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