> > > Interesting.....what confuses me is how they can support Cu-SeeMe/Quake
> > > but not support H.323 applications. One wonders what kind of
> > > proxy/firewall they got going.
> > >
> > Ok, pardon my ignorance, but what's a H.233 application? Nerd.
>> Audio Visual Conferencing. Stuff like NetMeeting.
> Heres a link....http://gw.databeam.com/h323/h323primer.html>Oh, who cares about that? I go out of my way to avoid meeting people or talking
to them on the phone, what would I want to start that garbage for? You can stick
that up the same place you stuck WAP mate! Now, when they can transport pints of
beer down the phone lines, that, now that's a different story... :)
> Nerd? Me? :)
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