I.P. addresses and Netmeeting

Hi Everyone,

I want to use NetMeeting to connect to a client's pc through the Internet.  His I.P. address from his ISP is 192.168.x.x.    This is a private address, isn't it?   How can I set up NetMeeting to connect to him?  Does he hve to change or forward his I.P. address to anything?

Thanks,

Theo
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DocSeltsamCommented:
Your Client needs to publish his public IP.
This can be done with a dynamic DNS service like dyndns.org.

Another way is to let your client get his public ip by browsing to
http://whatsmyip.org/ or http://whatismyipaddress.com/.
Then he can tell you his ip and you can open a connection.

Maybe he has to adjust his firewall rules to allow such a connection to your host.

--Thomas
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