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CuSeeme Reflectors list CUSeeMe Info ([email protected]) Thu, 29 Jun 95 + Messages sorted by: Next message: Geoff Rehn: "Re: SLIP Emulators" Previous message: jim kerr: "I'm a newbie with a simple question" Next in thread: Halvor Kise jr. One of the great features of CU-SeeMe is the ability to take part in a Virtual Community by connecting to a reflector. A reflector is in basic terms, a computer connected to the Internet running software which allows other users to connect and chat with each other in real-time.

Find reflectors at Lowe's today. Shop reflectors and a variety of hardware products online at Add My Reflector.. Public CU-SeeMe Reflectors. Being able to interact with others is the cornerstone of CU-SeeMe. This page contains what I believe to be the most comprehensive list of public CU-SeeMe reflectors world-wide. If you know of, or operate, a reflector machine that doesn't appear here, please visit the "Add My Reflector" page.

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CU-SeeMe Reflector A reflector is a piece of software that allows multi-party conferencing. Written out of necessity (the current Macintosh TCP/IP networking software doesn't support multi-cast), a reflector allows more than just point-to-point (two-person) connections. CU-SeeMe (also written as CUseeMe or CUSeeMe depending on the source) is an Internet videoconferencing client. CU-SeeMe can make point to point video calls without a server or make multi-point calls through server software first called a "reflector" and later called a "conference server" or Multipoint Control Unit (MCU).