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    Hi,

    I have got a problem, hope that someone can give me an idea......

    I got a modem (speedtouch 510), a hub and two computers with Xp on the
    internet.
    On both of them i run Msn messenger and every computer has it's own msn
    hotmail account.
    (So i could msn with myself)

    The old pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.152
    The new pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.151


    For the new pc i had forwarded some ports for msn messenger, and opened my
    ports
    in Norton firewall as well, like for videochat, file transfer and voice
    chat,
    and all these functions works fine.

    Now i want my old pc day and night online, with the other msn account, so
    then friends
    are able to ring me and start a voice chat. Problem is that with the old
    computer, i can only type
    to chat, but voice chat doesn't work. Even when i close norton firewall on
    this pc.
    (Voice chat on the new pc still works perfect ! )

    As far i can see now, the problem is in my networking, because voice chat
    with my friend is only
    working on my new pc, not on the old one.
    Second thing is that it is not the firewall on the old pc, because when i
    close it's firewall, it is still not
    working.

    It looks like to me, that i also have to open (or forward) some ports in the
    modem for voice chat
    for the old pc. But the ports for Msn i have opened, i have done it for the
    new pc (10.0.0.151) port xxxxx,
    so now i can't open these ports for the old pc (10.0.0.152) port xxxxx
    (there is a list on internet about which ports have to open for msn)

    Is there anybody who has two computers, running their own msn fully (for
    the kids ;-) on one internet connection?
    Typing is not the problem, but voice chat.........

    Many thanks in advance,

    heian










    De oude pc heeft intern ip: 10.0.0.152
    De nieuwe pc heeft intern ip: 10.0.0.151

    Voor de nieuwe pc heb ik bij de NAT settings wat poorten voor MSN geforward,
    die voor audio en video (heb een speedtouch 510)
    dus als voorbeeld 10.0.0.151 poort 50028 naar 195.xxx.xx.xx
    poort 50028
    Msn-en werkt hierop prima: typen, voice chat, webcammen enzv.......



    Nu komt het probleem:

    Nu wil ik de oude pc dag in dag uit met Msn online hebben, zodat ik via deze
    account
    "gebelt" kan worden. Ik hoor de bel overgaan, er wordt een verbinding tot
    stand gebracht,
    er kan getypt worden, maar de voice chat blijft stil. We horen elkaar niet.
    Ook als ik norton internet security uitschakel!

    (Wanneer ik over ga met msn op de nieuw pc, dan is de verbinding perfect.)



    Mijn vraag:

    Is het mogelijk wat ik wil (een oude pc continue online, om de nieuwe te
    "sparen")
    met beide msn?
    Is het mogelijk om dan andere poorten te forwarden?
    (dus in mijn geval: 10.0.0152 poort 50028 naar 195.xxx.xx.xx poort
    50099 bijvoorbeeld? )


    Mocht bovenstaande niet mogelijk zijn, zou het dan wel kunnen om op de ene
    machine Msn en op de andere
    Windows messenger te draaien. (tuurlijk verschillende accounts), zodat ze
    elkaar niet "bijten"


    Sorry voor de langdradige uitleg, maar anders had ik vermoedelijk meer
    vragen dan antwoorden gekregen.

    Alle ideeen zijn welkom ;-)

    alvast mijn dank !




  2. Re: two msn accounts on one IP ?

    heian wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I have got a problem, hope that someone can give me an
    > idea......
    >
    > I got a modem (speedtouch 510), a hub and two computers with Xp
    > on
    > the internet.
    > On both of them i run Msn messenger and every computer has it's
    > own
    > msn hotmail account.
    > (So i could msn with myself)
    >
    > The old pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.152
    > The new pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.151
    >
    >
    > For the new pc i had forwarded some ports for msn messenger,
    > and
    > opened my ports
    > in Norton firewall as well, like for videochat, file transfer
    > and
    > voice chat,
    > and all these functions works fine.
    >
    > Now i want my old pc day and night online, with the other msn
    > account, so then friends
    > are able to ring me and start a voice chat. Problem is that
    > with
    > the old computer, i can only type
    > to chat, but voice chat doesn't work. Even when i close norton
    > firewall on this pc.
    > (Voice chat on the new pc still works perfect ! )
    >
    > As far i can see now, the problem is in my networking, because
    > voice chat with my friend is only
    > working on my new pc, not on the old one.
    > Second thing is that it is not the firewall on the old pc,
    > because
    > when i close it's firewall, it is still not
    > working.
    >
    > It looks like to me, that i also have to open (or forward) some
    > ports in the modem for voice chat
    > for the old pc. But the ports for Msn i have opened, i have
    > done
    > it for the new pc (10.0.0.151) port xxxxx,
    > so now i can't open these ports for the old pc (10.0.0.152)
    > port
    > xxxxx (there is a list on internet about which ports have to
    > open
    > for msn)
    >
    > Is there anybody who has two computers, running their own msn
    > fully
    > (for the kids ;-) on one internet connection?
    > Typing is not the problem, but voice chat.........
    >
    > Many thanks in advance,
    >
    > heian
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > De oude pc heeft intern ip: 10.0.0.152
    > De nieuwe pc heeft intern ip: 10.0.0.151
    >
    > Voor de nieuwe pc heb ik bij de NAT settings wat poorten voor
    > MSN
    > geforward, die voor audio en video (heb een speedtouch 510)
    > dus als voorbeeld 10.0.0.151 poort 50028 naar
    > 195.xxx.xx.xx
    > poort 50028
    > Msn-en werkt hierop prima: typen, voice chat, webcammen
    > enzv.......
    >
    >
    >
    > Nu komt het probleem:
    >
    > Nu wil ik de oude pc dag in dag uit met Msn online hebben,
    > zodat ik
    > via deze account
    > "gebelt" kan worden. Ik hoor de bel overgaan, er wordt een
    > verbinding tot stand gebracht,
    > er kan getypt worden, maar de voice chat blijft stil. We horen
    > elkaar niet. Ook als ik norton internet security uitschakel!
    >
    > (Wanneer ik over ga met msn op de nieuw pc, dan is de
    > verbinding
    > perfect.)
    >
    >
    >
    > Mijn vraag:
    >
    > Is het mogelijk wat ik wil (een oude pc continue online, om de
    > nieuwe te "sparen")
    > met beide msn?
    > Is het mogelijk om dan andere poorten te forwarden?
    > (dus in mijn geval: 10.0.0152 poort 50028 naar
    > 195.xxx.xx.xx poort 50099 bijvoorbeeld? )
    >
    >
    > Mocht bovenstaande niet mogelijk zijn, zou het dan wel kunnen
    > om op
    > de ene machine Msn en op de andere
    > Windows messenger te draaien. (tuurlijk verschillende
    > accounts),
    > zodat ze elkaar niet "bijten"
    >
    >
    > Sorry voor de langdradige uitleg, maar anders had ik
    > vermoedelijk
    > meer vragen dan antwoorden gekregen.
    >
    > Alle ideeen zijn welkom ;-)
    >
    > alvast mijn dank !


    Are you paying for two IP's from your ISP? If you are you don't
    need internal IP's. If you are not you should be using a router.

    --


    Travis in Shoreline Washington


  3. Re: two msn accounts on one IP ?

    Subject: Re: two msn accounts on one IP ?


    > heian wrote:
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > I have got a problem, hope that someone can give me an
    > > idea......
    > >
    > > I got a modem (speedtouch 510), a hub and two computers with Xp
    > > on
    > > the internet.
    > > On both of them i run Msn messenger and every computer has it's
    > > own
    > > msn hotmail account.
    > > (So i could msn with myself)
    > >
    > > The old pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.152
    > > The new pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.151
    > >
    > >
    > > For the new pc i had forwarded some ports for msn messenger,
    > > and
    > > opened my ports
    > > in Norton firewall as well, like for videochat, file transfer
    > > and
    > > voice chat,
    > > and all these functions works fine.
    > >
    > > Now i want my old pc day and night online, with the other msn
    > > account, so then friends
    > > are able to ring me and start a voice chat. Problem is that
    > > with
    > > the old computer, i can only type
    > > to chat, but voice chat doesn't work. Even when i close norton
    > > firewall on this pc.
    > > (Voice chat on the new pc still works perfect ! )
    > >
    > > As far i can see now, the problem is in my networking, because
    > > voice chat with my friend is only
    > > working on my new pc, not on the old one.
    > > Second thing is that it is not the firewall on the old pc,
    > > because
    > > when i close it's firewall, it is still not
    > > working.
    > >
    > > It looks like to me, that i also have to open (or forward) some
    > > ports in the modem for voice chat
    > > for the old pc. But the ports for Msn i have opened, i have
    > > done
    > > it for the new pc (10.0.0.151) port xxxxx,
    > > so now i can't open these ports for the old pc (10.0.0.152)
    > > port
    > > xxxxx (there is a list on internet about which ports have to
    > > open
    > > for msn)
    > >
    > > Is there anybody who has two computers, running their own msn
    > > fully
    > > (for the kids ;-) on one internet connection?
    > > Typing is not the problem, but voice chat.........
    > >
    > > Many thanks in advance,
    > >
    > > heian

    > Are you paying for two IP's from your ISP? If you are you don't
    > need internal IP's. If you are not you should be using a router.
    >
    > Travis in Shoreline Washington




    Hi Travis, thanks for your reply!

    I don't have two IP's from my provider, and there is a router in my modem
    (speedtouch 510)

    The network cable comes out from the modem, goes to the hub.
    And on the other side of the hub, are two cables. One to the old pc
    (i gave it 10.0.0.152) and one cable to the new computer (i gave it
    10.0.0.151)

    But how do i have to route my both msn messengers?
    They use both for example:

    6891 : TCP MSN Messenger Filetransfer (incoming) - ports 6891 - 6900,
    one port per file transfer
    6901 : TCP/UDP MSN Messenger Voice Telephony (incoming)


    Do i need to route port 6901 to both computers?
    Is that possible?

    heian



  4. Re: two msn accounts on one IP ?

    heian wrote:
    > Subject: Re: two msn accounts on one IP ?
    >
    >
    > > heian wrote:
    > > > Hi,
    > > >
    > > > I have got a problem, hope that someone can give me an
    > > > idea......
    > > >
    > > > I got a modem (speedtouch 510), a hub and two computers
    > > > with Xp
    > > > on
    > > > the internet.
    > > > On both of them i run Msn messenger and every computer has
    > > > it's
    > > > own
    > > > msn hotmail account.
    > > > (So i could msn with myself)
    > > >
    > > > The old pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.152
    > > > The new pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.151
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > For the new pc i had forwarded some ports for msn
    > > > messenger,
    > > > and
    > > > opened my ports
    > > > in Norton firewall as well, like for videochat, file
    > > > transfer
    > > > and
    > > > voice chat,
    > > > and all these functions works fine.
    > > >
    > > > Now i want my old pc day and night online, with the other
    > > > msn
    > > > account, so then friends
    > > > are able to ring me and start a voice chat. Problem is that
    > > > with
    > > > the old computer, i can only type
    > > > to chat, but voice chat doesn't work. Even when i close
    > > > norton
    > > > firewall on this pc.
    > > > (Voice chat on the new pc still works perfect ! )
    > > >
    > > > As far i can see now, the problem is in my networking,
    > > > because
    > > > voice chat with my friend is only
    > > > working on my new pc, not on the old one.
    > > > Second thing is that it is not the firewall on the old pc,
    > > > because
    > > > when i close it's firewall, it is still not
    > > > working.
    > > >
    > > > It looks like to me, that i also have to open (or forward)
    > > > some
    > > > ports in the modem for voice chat
    > > > for the old pc. But the ports for Msn i have opened, i
    > > > have
    > > > done
    > > > it for the new pc (10.0.0.151) port xxxxx,
    > > > so now i can't open these ports for the old pc (10.0.0.152)
    > > > port
    > > > xxxxx (there is a list on internet about which ports have
    > > > to
    > > > open
    > > > for msn)
    > > >
    > > > Is there anybody who has two computers, running their own
    > > > msn
    > > > fully
    > > > (for the kids ;-) on one internet connection?
    > > > Typing is not the problem, but voice chat.........
    > > >
    > > > Many thanks in advance,
    > > >
    > > > heian

    > > Are you paying for two IP's from your ISP? If you are you
    > > don't
    > > need internal IP's. If you are not you should be using a
    > > router.
    > >
    > > Travis in Shoreline Washington

    >
    >
    >
    > Hi Travis, thanks for your reply!
    >
    > I don't have two IP's from my provider, and there is a router
    > in
    > my modem (speedtouch 510)
    >
    > The network cable comes out from the modem, goes to the hub.
    > And on the other side of the hub, are two cables. One to the
    > old pc
    > (i gave it 10.0.0.152) and one cable to the new computer (i
    > gave
    > it
    > 10.0.0.151)
    >
    > But how do i have to route my both msn messengers?
    > They use both for example:
    >
    > 6891 : TCP MSN Messenger Filetransfer (incoming) - ports
    > 6891
    > - 6900, one port per file transfer
    > 6901 : TCP/UDP MSN Messenger Voice Telephony (incoming)
    >
    >
    > Do i need to route port 6901 to both computers?
    > Is that possible?
    >
    > heian


    I am no networking expert but I think it may have something to do
    with "loopback" ability. Some networks can do it and some can't.
    Sorry that is all I know.

    --


    Travis in Shoreline Washington


  5. Re: two msn accounts on one IP ?


    "heian" wrote in message
    news:437ef53d$0$745$5fc3050@dreader2.news.tiscali. nl...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I have got a problem, hope that someone can give me an idea......
    >
    > I got a modem (speedtouch 510), a hub and two computers with Xp on the
    > internet.
    > On both of them i run Msn messenger and every computer has it's own msn
    > hotmail account.
    > (So i could msn with myself)
    >
    > The old pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.152
    > The new pc has internal ip: 10.0.0.151
    >
    >
    > For the new pc i had forwarded some ports for msn messenger, and opened my
    > ports
    > in Norton firewall as well, like for videochat, file transfer and voice
    > chat,
    > and all these functions works fine.
    >
    > Now i want my old pc day and night online, with the other msn account, so
    > then friends
    > are able to ring me and start a voice chat. Problem is that with the old
    > computer, i can only type
    > to chat, but voice chat doesn't work. Even when i close norton firewall on
    > this pc.
    > (Voice chat on the new pc still works perfect ! )
    >
    > As far i can see now, the problem is in my networking, because voice chat
    > with my friend is only
    > working on my new pc, not on the old one.
    > Second thing is that it is not the firewall on the old pc, because when i
    > close it's firewall, it is still not
    > working.
    >
    > It looks like to me, that i also have to open (or forward) some ports in
    > the
    > modem for voice chat
    > for the old pc. But the ports for Msn i have opened, i have done it for
    > the
    > new pc (10.0.0.151) port xxxxx,
    > so now i can't open these ports for the old pc (10.0.0.152) port xxxxx
    > (there is a list on internet about which ports have to open for msn)
    >
    > Is there anybody who has two computers, running their own msn fully (for
    > the kids ;-) on one internet connection?
    > Typing is not the problem, but voice chat.........
    >
    > Many thanks in advance,
    >
    > heian
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > De oude pc heeft intern ip: 10.0.0.152
    > De nieuwe pc heeft intern ip: 10.0.0.151
    >
    > Voor de nieuwe pc heb ik bij de NAT settings wat poorten voor MSN
    > geforward,
    > die voor audio en video (heb een speedtouch 510)
    > dus als voorbeeld 10.0.0.151 poort 50028 naar 195.xxx.xx.xx
    > poort 50028
    > Msn-en werkt hierop prima: typen, voice chat, webcammen enzv.......
    >
    >
    >
    > Nu komt het probleem:
    >
    > Nu wil ik de oude pc dag in dag uit met Msn online hebben, zodat ik via
    > deze
    > account
    > "gebelt" kan worden. Ik hoor de bel overgaan, er wordt een verbinding tot
    > stand gebracht,
    > er kan getypt worden, maar de voice chat blijft stil. We horen elkaar
    > niet.
    > Ook als ik norton internet security uitschakel!
    >
    > (Wanneer ik over ga met msn op de nieuw pc, dan is de verbinding perfect.)
    >
    >
    >
    > Mijn vraag:
    >
    > Is het mogelijk wat ik wil (een oude pc continue online, om de nieuwe te
    > "sparen")
    > met beide msn?
    > Is het mogelijk om dan andere poorten te forwarden?
    > (dus in mijn geval: 10.0.0152 poort 50028 naar 195.xxx.xx.xx
    > poort
    > 50099 bijvoorbeeld? )
    >
    >
    > Mocht bovenstaande niet mogelijk zijn, zou het dan wel kunnen om op de ene
    > machine Msn en op de andere
    > Windows messenger te draaien. (tuurlijk verschillende accounts), zodat ze
    > elkaar niet "bijten"
    >
    >
    > Sorry voor de langdradige uitleg, maar anders had ik vermoedelijk meer
    > vragen dan antwoorden gekregen.
    >
    > Alle ideeen zijn welkom ;-)
    >
    > alvast mijn dank !
    >
    >
    >


    If you enable UPNP (Universal Plug and Play) on your SpeedTouch 510 an XP
    machine can request port to be forwarded dynamically upon request from a
    UPNP aware application i.e MSN Messenger



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