John Riggs wrote:
My step son has set up a netmeeting system and I will be able to broadcast classes and hopefully seminars from the dojo to the internet so anyone can watch.
We have to overcome the firewall issue but should have it up and running on Thursday.
I did this for a couple of my remote instructors but it can also be used to watch seminars and classes.
The IP address will be 192.168.0.106.
If you have Windows XP go to run and type in config.exe. It will install net meeting.
We have a camera set up in the dojo and it should be able to broadcast video and audio.
Um, 192.168.0.106 is a non routable IP. It's designed for internal networks. Someone setting this up somewhere else won't be able to see your seminar. You'll need something else to point to, I believe.