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Or imagine being able to send family members photos or, even better, video clips of the latest family outing. It sounds as if someone is waving the microphone around next to the speakers (but of course they're not). I have the ability to shut it off. S October 27, 2004 5:26 PM I'm having mic troubles...sound recorder works, and can hear myself through speakers when using mic.

i got one problem i have new camera and i install everything but when i try to speak and see my friends it says cannot connect you to ..... chowhongl May 28, 2004 7:58 PM I am having the same problme too. On the "bad" end, Windows Me. At least i cant find anything in the book about it. More Help

I have also checked that my UPnP in my router (D-Link DI 704P) is already enabled. andre May 20, 2004 10:17 AM look at Steve May 22, 2004 1:08 AM Situation: MSN Messenger only allows me to Chat, no File Transfer/Video or Audio. Can you specify ports for MSN audio? This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

Thanks! But now comes the crazy part: when I want do a videoconference with MSN Messenger I sometimes have video but never sound if both parties use MSN messenger. Good luck! Hazel Stuart February 1, 2006 8:51 AM I have been having a audio conversation with this person for years.

You mentioned that you don't know how to configure your firewall. This of course makes communication intermittent, difficult and very frustrating. Does this suggest that it is not a NAT issue since I am able to utilize the video? It all works fine, I can use their exchange on my Outlook and have my personal email on OE ( to keep the inboxes separated without relying on rules) , and

Loading... UPNP can't tunnel through the both of them. Advertisement kamchatka Thread Starter Joined: Aug 22, 2003 Messages: 2 When I do an audio chat, the audio quality is horrible, including a combination of loud clicks and feedback. Im not sure whether it is just a port issue.

The only difference is that the audio works on ALL the above mentioned programs!!!!!!!!!!! More about Leo. Sorry it's been such a long painful process - I've been learning along the way. I am wondering if they've fixed some of the programing NAT issues for video, but have the audio,etc to work out.

Must try harder, Microsoft! this contact form I use my internet by wireless connection. Why? Go back to MSN and see if your sound is fixed.

  1. Leo spirosj March 19, 2004 3:45 PM hi there..i am haveing the same problem with windows there a way of fixing the audio connection problem in msn...i am using zone
  2. We are not connected to a local network, and we are both on broadband using a dlink 302g ADSL modem.
  3. Go through all of these steps and it will probably fix your audio.
  4. Good luck for the future.
  5. I don't know why, I just know it causes problems.
  6. use something else.....
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  8. Go to Advanced -> Dynamic Routing - Change RX to RIP 1. 5.
  9. Leo January 30, 2004 8:05 PM Not offhand.
  10. Regards Boaders UK Leo January 18, 2004 12:53 PM I'd be really tempted to run a short test with ZoneAlarm disabled.

Maybe with one of them it works. Not what you needed? A second thing you may try is not using MSN messenger but Windows Messenger 4.7 or 5.0. What could be wrong?

if so do they need software or hardware to be able 2 talk 2 her??? I even took down the internet security firewall, but that didnt help either. Additionally, my friend without this setup(same router, but DSL service), can't trigger me for Audio before she follows my procedure.

Best of luck!

So if there's a NAT anywhere in-between the conversation can't happen. The current version is 6.0.0602. what do i do now? You'll need to talk to the school's network administrators.

i will thank ful to you. I dont think it has NAT? Nobody is able to resolve the problem. Check This Out Static versus dynamic IP from your provider actually has nothing to do with it.

Besides letting more than one computer share a single connection to the internet, broadband routers are one of the safest ways to connect because of a technology called "Network Address Translation" Leo July 12, 2004 8:39 AM Not specifically, but you might start here: - it also includes a link to troubleshooting tips. Giles Middleton April 20, 2004 7:27 AM Netgear DG824M. If I am texte mesaging someone, all of a sudden I don't receive more answers and the other side deosn't receivemy msgs anymore, and it just looks like we stopped chatting.

But in Windows Messenger,it says that: You are currently connected to .NET Messenger Service using a direct connection (no firewall). what do you think is happening? Some time later it will change my status to disconnected. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology.