On 6/1/08, Mark T.B. Carroll <[email protected]> wrote:
> "Oisin Feeley" <[email protected]> writes:
>> On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 11:15 AM, Mark T.B. Carroll <[email protected]>
>> 2. That your firewall is set up correctly. The wiki
>> http://wiki.ekiga.org/index.php/Ekiga_behind_a_NAT_router has a wealth of
>> information on the topic (although the first-time setup GUI should have
>> given you information about it you can run it again by
>> Edit -> Configuration Druid
> I have it set to use STUN with stun.ekiga.net - might that not suffice?
> The NAT test thing said "Port Restricted NAT".
That should be fine. The other possible culprit then is that you have a
previous instance of ekiga running which hasn't been killed properly. Looking
at your original email again I see that I missed this line:
"When I quit ekiga, the window closes but it just hangs and doesn't
So, it's quite possible that you have a previous instance of ekiga hanging
around. You can check for sure with
"netstat -p -l | grep ekiga"
and follow it up with a "killall ekiga" or just kill the PID mentioned in the
<PID>/ekiga column output from the above.
Hope that helps, I'm out of easy ideas after that.
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