Brent Baccala

Martin Schiffers

Mark F. Komarinski - Conversion from HTML to DocBook 3.1

Revision History
Revision v1.215 January 2002Revised by: bwb
Updated ndk-1.2; handles newer versions of openldap. Added pointers to mailing list
Revision v1.131 March 2001Revised by: bwb
Updated ndk-1.1; handles accented European characters
Revision v1.013 January 2001Revised by: bwb
Initial public release
Revision v0.1125 October 2000Revised by: mfk
Conversion to DocBook

This document aims to describe how to make Microsoft NetMeeting interoperate with Linux.

Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. OpenH323
2.1. What is it?
2.2. Why is it needed?
2.3. Where to get it?
2.4. Installation
2.5. Gatekeepers
3. NetMeeting directory kit
3.1. What is it?
3.2. Why is it needed?
3.3. How it works
3.4. Where to get the software
3.5. Installation
3.6. Server Security
3.7. LDAP issues with Windows 2000
3.8. Interoperation with other LDAP service
4. Using the Software
4.1. Direct Connection
4.2. Directory Operation
4.3. Linking From A Web Page
4.4. Permanent Directory Entries
4.5. Serving Multiple Aliases
4.6. Using the Answering Machine
4.7. Conference Calls
4.8. Routing Calls Through NAT
4.9. Custom Configurations
5. Debugging
A. LDAP attributes used by NetMeeting
B. NetMeeting LDAP protocol violations
C. Interoperation with Cisco
D. Thanks