Internet TV with CU-SeeMe: Chapter 7 – Reflectors Around the World

    Internet TV with CU-SeeMe: Chapter 7 – Reflectors Around the World

    7. Reflectors

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    Internet TV with CU-SeeMe: Chapter 7 – Reflectors Around the World

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    Reflectors Around the World

    ???Author, Please add a paragraph or two to recap the main points about reflectors before launching into the list of them. Thanks. -fran

    Since late 1993 I’ve maintained a list of public CU-SeeMe reflectors. This chapter is derived from the current version of that list. The reflectors listed here were in operation at the time I prepared this chapter. If a reflector seems to have gone off the air please check the current list or ask the readers of the CU-SeeMe Discussion List.

    ???Author: How does the reader get a copy of the current list? -dean

    If you’re a reflector operator and wish me to include your site as a public reflector, send email to .

    USA Reflectors

    ASU Geology Department

    The Arizona State University, Department of Geology CU-SeeMe reflector, in Tempe, Arizona, USA, is open to the public. It will periodically be used for private conferences and for Mars Global Surveyor educational outreach programs.

    The reflector is daffy.la.asu.edu (129.219.145.149). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Douglas A. Howard .

    Atlanta

    The Atlanta CU-SeeMe reflector, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, shows an around-the-clock view of 13th and Peachtree Streets.

    The reflector is bwigw.bls.com (192.203.159.8). The reflector operator is Ken Evans .

    Classroom Connect

    The Classroom Connect CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, is operated in conjunction with the Classroom Connect newsletter.

    The reflector is cyber.wentworth.com (198.51.81.112). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Tim McLain .

    CMU ARPA Speech

    The Carnegie Mellon University, Advanced Research Project Agency Speech Group, School of Computer Science CU-SeeMe reflector, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, is available to the general public.

    The reflector is cutter.speech.cs.cmu.edu (128.2.206.223). An accompanying page is online at . The reflector operator is Eric H. Thayer .

    CNIDR

    The Clearinghouse for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval CU-SeeMe reflector, in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA, is a frequent site for CU-SeeMe events. The reflector operator requests that no still shots be sent here.

    The reflector is hilda.ncsc.org (128.109.178.103). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Laura M. Craighead .

    Cornell Univ

    The Cornell University Public Reflector CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ithaca, New York, USA, is the first stop for most CU-SeeMe surfers. Expect to see the dreaded “Too much CU-SeeMe traffic, try again later” message. Sending greater than 80 kbps will cause you to be booted from the reflector for ten minutes.

    The reflector is pro60-test2.cit.cornell.edu (132.236.91.204). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Dick Cogger

    and John Lynn .

    Cream City

    The Cream City CU-SeeMe reflector, is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

    The reflector is 129.89.70.27. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Matt Koster .

    ???Author, IP address OK in first sentence? -fran

    CyberStudios

    The CyberStudios Internet Radio CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, broadcasts audio in the Intel DVI 32 kbps format “around-the-clock since 4/1/95”, according to the reflector operater. This is a recieve-only reflector.

    ???Author, Have the types of reflectors–or even just the receive-only type mentioned here–been described? Perhaps something in this chapter to recap the main points about reflectors would be good. -fran

    The reflector is (141.214.138.248). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is John Lauer .

    Digital Jungle

    The Digital Jungle CU-SeeMe reflector, in San Francisco, California, USA, is my very own. A rather experimental setup at the moment, I plan on providing an around-the-clock image of my neighborhood, the Haight-Ashbury, in the future. This reflector is open to the public. Please keep your transmission to less than 80 kbps.

    The reflector is reflector.jungle.com (204.182.15.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Michael ‘Mickey’ Sattler .

    Eden

    The Eden CU-SeeMe reflector, in Austin, Texas, USA, has been the venue for a great variety of CU-SeeMe events.

    The reflector is matrix.eden.com (199.171.21.8). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jher .

    ???Author, Is that a complete name (Jher)??? -fran

    Educational Computing Network

    The Educational Computing Network CU-SeeMe reflector is in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    The reflector is uxb1.ecn.bgu.edu (143.43.32.61).

    GTE-Albion

    The General Telephone and Electric’s Computer & Intelligent Systems Lab CU-SeeMe reflector, in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, is a low-bandwidth (less than 30 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is albion.gte.com (132.197.9.105). The reflector operator is John Nicol .

    GTE-Skyhawk

    The General Telephone and Electric’s Advanced Local Area Network Testbed CU-SeeMe reflector, in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, is another low-bandwidth (less than 40 kbps) public site. Used for Fast Ethernet and ATM research, it’s often unavailable to the public.

    The reflector is skyhawk.gte.com (132.197.70.1). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Alan Bugos . Alan has published papers about research done at this site; ask him for a URL if you’re interested in high-speed LAN research.

    IITAP

    The International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ames, Iowa, USA, is a general-purpose public reflector.

    The reflector is pv746d.vincent.iastate.edu (129.186.116.109). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Douglas Fils .

    Intelecom Data Systems

    The Intelecom Data Systems (IDS) World Network Public CU-SeeMe reflector, in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, USA is a public site with a two-tiered usage system: the general public should adhere to customary bandwidth usage (no greater than 80 kbps) and IDS customers and IDS InterCable Net customers can “boost it up as high as they want”.

    The reflector is reflector.ids.net (155.212.1.12). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Andy Green

    Indiana State Univ

    The Indiana State University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Terre Haute, Indiana, USA, maintains a 24-hour a day signal on a greenhouse or in a laboratory.

    The reflector is mama.indstate.edu (139.102.70.201). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Timothy Mulkey .

    Kent State Univ

    The Kent State University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Kent, Ohio, USA, is a public refelctor run by the College of Business Administration.

    The reflector is business.kent.edu (131.123.5.2). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Greg Madey .

    KJHK radio

    The KJHK 90.7 FM CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lawrence, Kansas, USA, broadcasts audio around the clock.

    The reflector is 129.237.117.95. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Rob Burcham .

    KVR-InterneTV

    The KVR-InterneTV CU-SeeMe reflector, in Austin, Texas, USA is the “first broadcast station in cyberspace featuring “MuchMusic USA” most of the time. Austin MusicNetwork 1000-1400 CST (UCT-6) Sun-Thurs ’till 0400 CST; student/grassroots productions around the clock.” They’re willing to rebroadcast events over airwaves and cable (in Austin).

    The reflector is huey.cc.utexas.edu (128.83.108.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jay Ashcraft .

    LappDoggware

    The LappDoggware Company CU-SeeMe reflector, located somewhere in cyberspace, is intermittently available to the general public.

    The reflector is laird.ccds.cincinnati.oh.us (129.137.180.2). The reflector operator is John Lee .

    laUNChpad EBBS

    The laUNChpad Extended Bulletin Board Service CU-SeeMe reflector at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, is one service from a site that provides email, USENET, gopher, and other research services for free “to the world-at-large.”

    The reflector is lambada.oit.unc.edu (152.2.22.80). The reflector operator is Michael Williams .

    Miami Univ (Ohio)

    The University Libraries Systems Dept, King Library, Miami University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Oxford, Ohio, USA, is a general-purpose public reflector.

    The reflector is old-holmes.lib.muohio.edu (134.53.24.5). The reflector operator is Peter Murray .

    NASA TV at CMU GSIA

    The Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate School of Industrial Administration CU-SeeMe reflector is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is www.gsia.cmu.edu (128.2.230.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is .

    NASA TV at IITAP

    The International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics NASA Select TV CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ames, Iowa, USA, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is pv70f2.vincent.iastate.edu (129.186.112.242). An accompanying web page is online at

    and . The reflector operator is Douglas Fils .

    NASA TV at Kent State

    The Kent State University’s NASA TV relay CU-SeeMe reflector, in Kent, Ohio, USA, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is axon.kent.edu (131.123.5.1). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Greg Madey .

    NASA Johnson Space Center

    The NASA Johnson Space Center CU-SeeMe reflector is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is 139.169.165.25. An accompanying web page is online at .

    NASA Lewis Research Center

    The NASA Lewis Research Center CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lewis Research, Cleveland, USA, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is quark.lerc.nasa.gov (139.88.27.43). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Michael Baldizzi .

    NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

    The NASA Marshall Space Flight Center CU-SeeMe reflector is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is 128.158.1.154. An accompanying web page is online at .

    Network Solutions

    The Network Solutions, Inc. CU-SeeMe reflector, in Herndon, Virgina, USA, is a high-bandwidth (up to 80 kbps) site configured to interoperate with NV and VAT. The reflector is nic.ops.netsol.com (198.41.0.200). An accompanying web page is online at .

    The reflector operator is Stan .

    North Carolina State University

    The North Carolina State University Multimedia Lab CU-SeeMe reflector is in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

    The reflector is magneto.csc.ncsu.edu (152.1.57.56). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Scott Callicutt .

    NYSERNet

    The New York State Education and Research Network CU-SeeMe reflector, in Liverpool, New York, USA, is available for general use, provided that you don’t send still shots. NYSERNet usually has a test image of a bird running at all times.

    The reflector is nysernet.org (192.77.173.2). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Jean Armour Polly

    and Don .

    Ohio State University

    The Ohio State University CU-SeeMe reflector, run by the Academic Technology Services, is located in Columbus, Ohio, USA.

    The reflector is davros.acs.ohio-state.edu (128.146.116.8). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Harpal Chohan .

    Pacific Rim

    The Pacific Rim Network CU-SeeMe reflector is in Bellingham, Washington, USA.

    The reflector is olympic.pacificrim.net (204.96.68.1). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Gavin Shearer, Promotions Director .

    Penn State

    The Pennsylvania State CU-SeeMe reflector,run by the Center for Academic Computing, is in University Park, Pennsylvania, USA.

    The reflector is hornet.cac.psu.edu (128.118.58.54). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is John Kalbach .

    Radio HK

    The Radio HK – Hajjar/Kaufman CU-SeeMe reflector, in Info: Audio-only, receive-only. 24/hours a day, 7 days a week.

    The reflector is 204.119.173.22. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Norman Hajjar .

    Seattle Pacific University

    The Seattle Pacific Univ CU-SeeMe reflector at the Archer Instructional Media Center in Seattle, Washington, USA is typically on from 8am-5pm Pacific Time, Monday – Friday.

    The reflector is adam.spu.edu (192.190.33.9). The reflector operator is Tim Kennedy .

    Sprintlink

    The Sprintlink CU-SeeMe reflector, run by Sprint Telecommunications Corp., is in Herndon, Virginia, USA.

    The reflector is tiny.sprintlink.net (199.0.55.90). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Richard Martin .

    Stanford University Medical Center

    The Stanford University Medical Center CU-SeeMe reflector is in Stanford, California, USA.

    The reflector is mednet2.stanford.edu (171.65.4.4). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is John Reuling .

    ThePoint

    ThePoint’s CU-SeeMe reflector is located just north of Louisville, Kentucky, USA. The reflector is cuseeme.thepoint.net (198.6.9.2). An accompanying web page is online at .

    ???Author, I’m curious as to where it is “just north of Louisville” is the Ohio river, then Indiana… -fran

    The reflector operator is Michael Jung .

    Production/Editing: in the following section, Hawai’i deliberately has an apostrophe in the name. That’s the way it’s written (and spoken) on the islands.

    ???I’m sorry, but I think we should go with common usage here; it’s a state name, and it doesn’t have an apostrophe.

    University of Hawaii

    The University of Hawaii Digital Media Lab CU-SeeMe reflector, at the Manoa Innovation Center in Hawai’i, USA is currently the only reflector on that delightful island chain.

    The reflector is makaha.mic.hawaii.edu (128.171.171.10). An accompanying web page is online at

    The reflector operator is Craig .

    University of Kansas

    The University of Kansas Special Education Videoconferencing CU-SeeMe reflector is chef.sped.ukans.edu (129.237.247.160).

    University of Maine

    The Administrative Information Systems CU-SeeMe reflector is located in Alumni Hall at the University of Maine, in Orono, Maine, USA.

    The reflector is 130.111.120.13. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator can be reached at

    .

    University of Maryland

    The University of Maryland CU-SeeMe reflector, in College Park, Maryland, USA, is an experimental site.

    The reflector is haven.umd.edu (128.8.10.6). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Dan Magorian .

    University of Pennsylvania

    The University of Pennsylvania Office of Data Communications and Computing Services CU-SeeMe reflector is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

    The reflector is isis.dccs.upenn.edu (130.91.72.36). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is .

    University of Texas

    The University of Texas CU-SeeMe reflector is in Austin, Texas, USA.

    The reflector is 128.83.108.14. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jason Williams .

    Virginia Commonweath University

    The Virginia Commonwealth University CU-SeeMe reflector is in Richmond, Virginia, USA.

    The reflector is 128.172.157.244. The reflector operator is Jeff Price .

    White Pine Software

    The White Pine Software CU-SeeMe reflector, in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, is run by the commercial entity that purchased the exclusive CU-SeeMe license. It’s available to the general public. White Pine staff members are often online, ready to answer your questions.

    The reflector is piney.wpine.com (192.80.72.4). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Bill Ryan .

    International Reflectors

    Open University Computing Department

    The The Open University CU-SeeMe reflector, in the UK, is currently open to the public, but will be used for course tutorials from time to time.

    The reflector is pepper.open.ac.uk (137.108.33.4). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Blaine Price .

    Plymouth University (UK)

    The University of Plymouth CU-SeeMe reflector, in Plymouth, Devon, UK, is a high-bandwidth (70 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is 141.163.100.8. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Liz Thomson . Her web site has many images of historic CU-SeeMe conferences.

    Hallam (UK)

    The Hallam Trial Reflector CU-SeeMe reflector is at the Sheffield Hallam University in the United Kingdom.

    The reflector is kingfisher.cms.shu.ac.uk (143.52.51.15). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Chuck Elliot .

    Geneva University (Switzerland)

    The Centre Universitaire d’Informatique CU-SeeMe reflector, in Geneva, Switzerland, is a small (ten participants at most) public site.

    The reflector is cuisunf.unige.ch (129.194.12.26). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Michel Bonjour .

    Swiss Telecom R&D (Switzerland)

    The Swiss Telecom R&D experimental CU-SeeMe reflector, in Switzerland, is a medium-bandwidth (less than 60 kbps) public site. This reflector is available for conferences by appointment.

    The reflector is manor.vptt.ch (193.5.232.55). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Claudio Cabano .

    Foeredrag i Lund/Fast (Sweden)

    This CU-SeeMe reflector, located at Lund University, Lund, Sweden, broadcasts the Swedish show Foeredrag i Lund broadcast at 150 kbps. Persons with low-bandwidth connectivity should use the (Sweden) Foeredrag i Lund/Slow reflector.

    The reflector is ForLund-h.video.lu.se (130.235.4.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jan Engvald .

    Foeredrag i Lund/Slow (Sweden)

    This CU-SeeMe reflector, located at Lund University, Lund, Sweden, broadcasts the Swedish show Foeredrag i Lund” broadcast at 32 kbps. Persons with high-bandwidth connectivity should use the (Sweden) Foeredrag i Lund/Fast reflector.

    The reflector is ForLund-l.video.lu.se (130.235.4.11). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jan Engvald .

    NASA TV at Lund University (Sweden)

    The Lund University Computing Center’s CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lund, Sweden, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you. This reflector is sometimes used for videoconferencing with and within Lund University.

    The reflector is reflector.lu.se (130.235.128.100). Accompanying web pages are online at

    and . The reflector operator is Jan Engvald .

    University of Singapore (Singapore)

    The National University of Singapore CU-SeeMe reflector is in Singapore.

    The reflector is biomed.nus.sg (137.132.9.61). The reflector operators are K C Lun

    and Tan Tin Wee .

    University Lisbon (Portugal)

    The University of Lisbon / Faculty of Sciences CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lisbon, Portugal, is maintained by the Department of Informatics as a public site.

    The reflector is master.di.fc.ul.pt (192.67.76.40). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are

    and .

    Ostfold/Fenris (Norway)

    The Ostfold Regional College / Informatics Department Fenris CU-SeeMe reflector, in Halden, Norway, is a receive-only site.

    The reflector is fenris.hiof.no (158.36.33.3). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Børre Ludvigsen

    and Jon Kalnes .

    Ostfold/Kark (Norway)

    The Ostfold Regional College / Informatics Department Kark CU-SeeMe reflector, in Halden, Norway, is a receive-only site.

    The reflector is 158.36.33.5. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Børre Ludvigsen

    and Jon Kalnes .

    University of Trondheim (Norway)

    The University of Trondheim’s Department of Informatics CU-SeeMe reflector, in Trondheim, Norway, is available to the general public during their daytime and evenings.

    The reflector is venus.ifi.unit.no (129.241.161.225). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is .

    Eccosys (Japan)

    The Eccosys, Ltd. CU-SeeMe reflector, in Tomigaya, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is the site of some very bizarre late-night conferences. They have a very cool logo.

    The reflector is neoteny.eccosys.com (199.100.7.5). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Joichi Ito .

    Future Pirates (Japan)

    The Future Pirates Broadcast CU-SeeMe reflector is in Japan.

    The reflector is bass.fpi.co.jp (202.32.26.17). An accompanying web page is online at .

    Okazaki NRI (Japan)

    The Department of Applied Molecular Science CU-SeeMe reflector at the Institute for Molecular Science, Okazaki National Research Institutes is in Myodaiji, Okazaki, Japan.

    The reflector is solaris.ims.ac.jp (133.48.144.60). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jiro Toyoda .

    University of Tokyo (Japan)

    The Research into Artifact Center for Engineering (RACE) CU-SeeMe reflector at the University of Tokyo is in Tokyo, Japan.

    The reflector is race-server.race.u-tokyo.ac.jp (157.82.76.2). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Koji Ando .

    Eurocube (Italy)

    The Eurocube Internet CU-SeeMe reflector, in Italy, is a low-bandwidth (less than 30 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is reflector.eurocube.it (194.20.44.111). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Guido Tripaldi Shamblin .

    University of Calabria (Italy)

    The Centro Interdipartimentale della Comunicazione – UniCal CU-SeeMe reflector is in Italy.

    The reflector is cedam.cubo20.unical.it (160.97.8.200). The reflector operator is Giovanni Zicarelli .

    University of Pisa (Italy)

    The Tuscany Metropolitan Area Network CU-SeeMe reflector, in Pisa, Italy, is part of the Tuscany DQDB fiber optic network connecting Pisa, Firenze, and Siena. It’s run in cooperation with SERRA (SERvizi Rete Ateneo (network university services of Pisa).

    The reflector is indy.iet.unipi.it (131.114.9.19). The reflector operators are Stefano Giordano

    and Giacomo Guarguaglini .

    Weizmann Instistute (Israel)

    The Weizmann Institute of Science’s Computing Center CU-SeeMe reflector, in Rehovot, Israel has been up for a long time, but not many of the vital statistics are known about it.

    The reflector is sunten.weizmann.ac.il (132.76.64.143).

    University of Ulster (Ireland)

    The Interactive Systems Centre, Magee College, University of Ulster CU-SeeMe reflector in Northern Ireland is a low-bandwidth (less than 30 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is claudia.iscm.ulst.ac.uk (193.63.68.162). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Mike McCool .

    Nijmegen University (Holland)

    The Cognitive Science Department, Katholic University of Nijmegen (KUN) CU-SeeMe reflector, in Holland is a low-bandwidth public site.

    The reflector is kunpu7.psych.kun.nl (131.174.200.28). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is De Haan , who has his own wweb page online at .

    Rotterdam Management (Holland)

    The Rotterdam School of Management CU-SeeMe reflector is in Rotterdam, Holland.

    The reflector is reflector.fbk.eur.nl (130.115.150.2). The reflector operator is M.W. van Wetering .

    Telecomm Grande Ecole (France)

    The Telecomm Grande Ecole CU-SeeMe reflector is in Brittany, France.

    The reflector is 130.190.6.28.

    University Vaasa (Finland)

    The Department of Communication Studies, Faculty of Humanities & Computer Center, University of Vaasa CU-SeeMe reflector is in Vaasa, Finland.

    The reflector is zippo.uwasa.fi (193.166.120.3). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Tuomas Eerola .

    Dalhousie University (Canada)

    The Dalhousie University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is available for those who broadcast less than 80 kbps.

    The reflector is sparky.ucis.dal.ca (129.173.2.56). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Vivien Hannon .

    University Manitoba (Canada)

    The University of Manitoba, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Telecommunications Research Laboratories CU-SeeMe reflector is in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

    The reflector is kinsner2.ee.umanitoba.ca (130.179.8.44). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is W. Kinsner .

    PUC-Rio (Brazil)

    The Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro CU-SeeMe reflector, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is available for those who transmit less than 80 kbps max. Hugo says “feel free to use anytime.”

    The reflector is obaluae.inf.puc-rio.br (139.82.17.17). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Hugo Fuks .

    University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)

    The University of Sao Paulo CU-SeeMe reflector is in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    The reflector is suncisc.cisc.sc.usp.br (143.107.225.6).

    Vrije Univ AI-Lab (Belgium)

    The AI-Lab Vrije Universiteit Brussel CU-SeeMe reflector, in Brussels, Belgium, is used for the transmission of seminars and live scientific experiments. It’s available for the public, but please switch to receive-only mode when asked to by the staff.

    The reflector is arti.vub.ac.be (134.184.26.10). An accompanying web page is online at .

    The reflector operator is Peter Stuer .

    Adelaide (Australia)

    The Adelaide University CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is another public reflector about which little is known other than it’s friendly regulars.

    The reflector is reflect.adelaide.edu.au (129.127.12.42).

    Geko (Australia)

    The Geko CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is yet another black hole of information.

    The reflector is (203.2.239.3).

    Murdoch University (Australia)

    The Murdoch University CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is a by-appointment reflector (even though I’ve noticed that sometimes it’s left on for public use). Please transmit no more than 80 kpbs.

    The reflector is cleo.murdoch.edu.au (134.115.224.60). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Geoff Rehn .

    Psy (Australia)

    The Psy CU-SeeMe reflector at the University of Queensland in Australia is another reflector about which little is known. Sometimes the site of some eclectic ad-hoc get-togethers.

    The reflector is psy.uq.oz.au (130.102.32.1).

    RMIT (Australia)

    The RMIT CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is a virtual unknown.

    The reflector is reflector.rmit.edu.au (131.170.9.1).

    University of Melbourne (Australia)

    The University of Melbourne CU-SeeMe reflector, in Melbourne, Australia, welcomes casual use as long as you send no more than 80 kbps. Use of this reflector for conferences is available by appointment.

    The reflector is reflector.unimelb.edu.au (128.250.20.187). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Martin Gleeson .

    University of Queensland (Australia)

    The University of Queensland CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is a public site.

    The reflector is clix.aarnet.edu.au (130.102.128.59).

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    Internet TV with CU-SeeMe: Chapter 7 – Reflectors Around the World

    Internet TV with CU-SeeMe: Chapter 7 – Reflectors Around the World

    7. Reflectors

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    Internet TV with CU-SeeMe: Chapter 7 – Reflectors Around the World

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    Reflectors Around the World

    ???Author, Please add a paragraph or two to recap the main points about reflectors before launching into the list of them. Thanks. -fran

    Since late 1993 I’ve maintained a list of public CU-SeeMe reflectors. This chapter is derived from the current version of that list. The reflectors listed here were in operation at the time I prepared this chapter. If a reflector seems to have gone off the air please check the current list or ask the readers of the CU-SeeMe Discussion List.

    ???Author: How does the reader get a copy of the current list? -dean

    If you’re a reflector operator and wish me to include your site as a public reflector, send email to .

    USA Reflectors

    ASU Geology Department

    The Arizona State University, Department of Geology CU-SeeMe reflector, in Tempe, Arizona, USA, is open to the public. It will periodically be used for private conferences and for Mars Global Surveyor educational outreach programs.

    The reflector is daffy.la.asu.edu (129.219.145.149). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Douglas A. Howard .

    Atlanta

    The Atlanta CU-SeeMe reflector, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, shows an around-the-clock view of 13th and Peachtree Streets.

    The reflector is bwigw.bls.com (192.203.159.8). The reflector operator is Ken Evans .

    Classroom Connect

    The Classroom Connect CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, is operated in conjunction with the Classroom Connect newsletter.

    The reflector is cyber.wentworth.com (198.51.81.112). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Tim McLain .

    CMU ARPA Speech

    The Carnegie Mellon University, Advanced Research Project Agency Speech Group, School of Computer Science CU-SeeMe reflector, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, is available to the general public.

    The reflector is cutter.speech.cs.cmu.edu (128.2.206.223). An accompanying page is online at . The reflector operator is Eric H. Thayer .

    CNIDR

    The Clearinghouse for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval CU-SeeMe reflector, in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA, is a frequent site for CU-SeeMe events. The reflector operator requests that no still shots be sent here.

    The reflector is hilda.ncsc.org (128.109.178.103). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Laura M. Craighead .

    Cornell Univ

    The Cornell University Public Reflector CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ithaca, New York, USA, is the first stop for most CU-SeeMe surfers. Expect to see the dreaded “Too much CU-SeeMe traffic, try again later” message. Sending greater than 80 kbps will cause you to be booted from the reflector for ten minutes.

    The reflector is pro60-test2.cit.cornell.edu (132.236.91.204). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Dick Cogger

    and John Lynn .

    Cream City

    The Cream City CU-SeeMe reflector, is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

    The reflector is 129.89.70.27. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Matt Koster .

    ???Author, IP address OK in first sentence? -fran

    CyberStudios

    The CyberStudios Internet Radio CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, broadcasts audio in the Intel DVI 32 kbps format “around-the-clock since 4/1/95”, according to the reflector operater. This is a recieve-only reflector.

    ???Author, Have the types of reflectors–or even just the receive-only type mentioned here–been described? Perhaps something in this chapter to recap the main points about reflectors would be good. -fran

    The reflector is (141.214.138.248). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is John Lauer .

    Digital Jungle

    The Digital Jungle CU-SeeMe reflector, in San Francisco, California, USA, is my very own. A rather experimental setup at the moment, I plan on providing an around-the-clock image of my neighborhood, the Haight-Ashbury, in the future. This reflector is open to the public. Please keep your transmission to less than 80 kbps.

    The reflector is reflector.jungle.com (204.182.15.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Michael ‘Mickey’ Sattler .

    Eden

    The Eden CU-SeeMe reflector, in Austin, Texas, USA, has been the venue for a great variety of CU-SeeMe events.

    The reflector is matrix.eden.com (199.171.21.8). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jher .

    ???Author, Is that a complete name (Jher)??? -fran

    Educational Computing Network

    The Educational Computing Network CU-SeeMe reflector is in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    The reflector is uxb1.ecn.bgu.edu (143.43.32.61).

    GTE-Albion

    The General Telephone and Electric’s Computer & Intelligent Systems Lab CU-SeeMe reflector, in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, is a low-bandwidth (less than 30 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is albion.gte.com (132.197.9.105). The reflector operator is John Nicol .

    GTE-Skyhawk

    The General Telephone and Electric’s Advanced Local Area Network Testbed CU-SeeMe reflector, in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, is another low-bandwidth (less than 40 kbps) public site. Used for Fast Ethernet and ATM research, it’s often unavailable to the public.

    The reflector is skyhawk.gte.com (132.197.70.1). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Alan Bugos . Alan has published papers about research done at this site; ask him for a URL if you’re interested in high-speed LAN research.

    IITAP

    The International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ames, Iowa, USA, is a general-purpose public reflector.

    The reflector is pv746d.vincent.iastate.edu (129.186.116.109). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Douglas Fils .

    Intelecom Data Systems

    The Intelecom Data Systems (IDS) World Network Public CU-SeeMe reflector, in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, USA is a public site with a two-tiered usage system: the general public should adhere to customary bandwidth usage (no greater than 80 kbps) and IDS customers and IDS InterCable Net customers can “boost it up as high as they want”.

    The reflector is reflector.ids.net (155.212.1.12). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Andy Green

    Indiana State Univ

    The Indiana State University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Terre Haute, Indiana, USA, maintains a 24-hour a day signal on a greenhouse or in a laboratory.

    The reflector is mama.indstate.edu (139.102.70.201). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Timothy Mulkey .

    Kent State Univ

    The Kent State University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Kent, Ohio, USA, is a public refelctor run by the College of Business Administration.

    The reflector is business.kent.edu (131.123.5.2). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Greg Madey .

    KJHK radio

    The KJHK 90.7 FM CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lawrence, Kansas, USA, broadcasts audio around the clock.

    The reflector is 129.237.117.95. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Rob Burcham .

    KVR-InterneTV

    The KVR-InterneTV CU-SeeMe reflector, in Austin, Texas, USA is the “first broadcast station in cyberspace featuring “MuchMusic USA” most of the time. Austin MusicNetwork 1000-1400 CST (UCT-6) Sun-Thurs ’till 0400 CST; student/grassroots productions around the clock.” They’re willing to rebroadcast events over airwaves and cable (in Austin).

    The reflector is huey.cc.utexas.edu (128.83.108.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jay Ashcraft .

    LappDoggware

    The LappDoggware Company CU-SeeMe reflector, located somewhere in cyberspace, is intermittently available to the general public.

    The reflector is laird.ccds.cincinnati.oh.us (129.137.180.2). The reflector operator is John Lee .

    laUNChpad EBBS

    The laUNChpad Extended Bulletin Board Service CU-SeeMe reflector at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, is one service from a site that provides email, USENET, gopher, and other research services for free “to the world-at-large.”

    The reflector is lambada.oit.unc.edu (152.2.22.80). The reflector operator is Michael Williams .

    Miami Univ (Ohio)

    The University Libraries Systems Dept, King Library, Miami University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Oxford, Ohio, USA, is a general-purpose public reflector.

    The reflector is old-holmes.lib.muohio.edu (134.53.24.5). The reflector operator is Peter Murray .

    NASA TV at CMU GSIA

    The Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate School of Industrial Administration CU-SeeMe reflector is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is www.gsia.cmu.edu (128.2.230.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is .

    NASA TV at IITAP

    The International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics NASA Select TV CU-SeeMe reflector, in Ames, Iowa, USA, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is pv70f2.vincent.iastate.edu (129.186.112.242). An accompanying web page is online at

    and . The reflector operator is Douglas Fils .

    NASA TV at Kent State

    The Kent State University’s NASA TV relay CU-SeeMe reflector, in Kent, Ohio, USA, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is axon.kent.edu (131.123.5.1). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Greg Madey .

    NASA Johnson Space Center

    The NASA Johnson Space Center CU-SeeMe reflector is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is 139.169.165.25. An accompanying web page is online at .

    NASA Lewis Research Center

    The NASA Lewis Research Center CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lewis Research, Cleveland, USA, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is quark.lerc.nasa.gov (139.88.27.43). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Michael Baldizzi .

    NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

    The NASA Marshall Space Flight Center CU-SeeMe reflector is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you.

    The reflector is 128.158.1.154. An accompanying web page is online at .

    Network Solutions

    The Network Solutions, Inc. CU-SeeMe reflector, in Herndon, Virgina, USA, is a high-bandwidth (up to 80 kbps) site configured to interoperate with NV and VAT. The reflector is nic.ops.netsol.com (198.41.0.200). An accompanying web page is online at .

    The reflector operator is Stan .

    North Carolina State University

    The North Carolina State University Multimedia Lab CU-SeeMe reflector is in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

    The reflector is magneto.csc.ncsu.edu (152.1.57.56). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Scott Callicutt .

    NYSERNet

    The New York State Education and Research Network CU-SeeMe reflector, in Liverpool, New York, USA, is available for general use, provided that you don’t send still shots. NYSERNet usually has a test image of a bird running at all times.

    The reflector is nysernet.org (192.77.173.2). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Jean Armour Polly

    and Don .

    Ohio State University

    The Ohio State University CU-SeeMe reflector, run by the Academic Technology Services, is located in Columbus, Ohio, USA.

    The reflector is davros.acs.ohio-state.edu (128.146.116.8). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Harpal Chohan .

    Pacific Rim

    The Pacific Rim Network CU-SeeMe reflector is in Bellingham, Washington, USA.

    The reflector is olympic.pacificrim.net (204.96.68.1). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Gavin Shearer, Promotions Director .

    Penn State

    The Pennsylvania State CU-SeeMe reflector,run by the Center for Academic Computing, is in University Park, Pennsylvania, USA.

    The reflector is hornet.cac.psu.edu (128.118.58.54). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is John Kalbach .

    Radio HK

    The Radio HK – Hajjar/Kaufman CU-SeeMe reflector, in Info: Audio-only, receive-only. 24/hours a day, 7 days a week.

    The reflector is 204.119.173.22. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Norman Hajjar .

    Seattle Pacific University

    The Seattle Pacific Univ CU-SeeMe reflector at the Archer Instructional Media Center in Seattle, Washington, USA is typically on from 8am-5pm Pacific Time, Monday – Friday.

    The reflector is adam.spu.edu (192.190.33.9). The reflector operator is Tim Kennedy .

    Sprintlink

    The Sprintlink CU-SeeMe reflector, run by Sprint Telecommunications Corp., is in Herndon, Virginia, USA.

    The reflector is tiny.sprintlink.net (199.0.55.90). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Richard Martin .

    Stanford University Medical Center

    The Stanford University Medical Center CU-SeeMe reflector is in Stanford, California, USA.

    The reflector is mednet2.stanford.edu (171.65.4.4). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is John Reuling .

    ThePoint

    ThePoint’s CU-SeeMe reflector is located just north of Louisville, Kentucky, USA. The reflector is cuseeme.thepoint.net (198.6.9.2). An accompanying web page is online at .

    ???Author, I’m curious as to where it is “just north of Louisville” is the Ohio river, then Indiana… -fran

    The reflector operator is Michael Jung .

    Production/Editing: in the following section, Hawai’i deliberately has an apostrophe in the name. That’s the way it’s written (and spoken) on the islands.

    ???I’m sorry, but I think we should go with common usage here; it’s a state name, and it doesn’t have an apostrophe.

    University of Hawaii

    The University of Hawaii Digital Media Lab CU-SeeMe reflector, at the Manoa Innovation Center in Hawai’i, USA is currently the only reflector on that delightful island chain.

    The reflector is makaha.mic.hawaii.edu (128.171.171.10). An accompanying web page is online at

    The reflector operator is Craig .

    University of Kansas

    The University of Kansas Special Education Videoconferencing CU-SeeMe reflector is chef.sped.ukans.edu (129.237.247.160).

    University of Maine

    The Administrative Information Systems CU-SeeMe reflector is located in Alumni Hall at the University of Maine, in Orono, Maine, USA.

    The reflector is 130.111.120.13. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator can be reached at

    .

    University of Maryland

    The University of Maryland CU-SeeMe reflector, in College Park, Maryland, USA, is an experimental site.

    The reflector is haven.umd.edu (128.8.10.6). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Dan Magorian .

    University of Pennsylvania

    The University of Pennsylvania Office of Data Communications and Computing Services CU-SeeMe reflector is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

    The reflector is isis.dccs.upenn.edu (130.91.72.36). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is .

    University of Texas

    The University of Texas CU-SeeMe reflector is in Austin, Texas, USA.

    The reflector is 128.83.108.14. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jason Williams .

    Virginia Commonweath University

    The Virginia Commonwealth University CU-SeeMe reflector is in Richmond, Virginia, USA.

    The reflector is 128.172.157.244. The reflector operator is Jeff Price .

    White Pine Software

    The White Pine Software CU-SeeMe reflector, in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, is run by the commercial entity that purchased the exclusive CU-SeeMe license. It’s available to the general public. White Pine staff members are often online, ready to answer your questions.

    The reflector is piney.wpine.com (192.80.72.4). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Bill Ryan .

    International Reflectors

    Open University Computing Department

    The The Open University CU-SeeMe reflector, in the UK, is currently open to the public, but will be used for course tutorials from time to time.

    The reflector is pepper.open.ac.uk (137.108.33.4). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Blaine Price .

    Plymouth University (UK)

    The University of Plymouth CU-SeeMe reflector, in Plymouth, Devon, UK, is a high-bandwidth (70 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is 141.163.100.8. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Liz Thomson . Her web site has many images of historic CU-SeeMe conferences.

    Hallam (UK)

    The Hallam Trial Reflector CU-SeeMe reflector is at the Sheffield Hallam University in the United Kingdom.

    The reflector is kingfisher.cms.shu.ac.uk (143.52.51.15). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Chuck Elliot .

    Geneva University (Switzerland)

    The Centre Universitaire d’Informatique CU-SeeMe reflector, in Geneva, Switzerland, is a small (ten participants at most) public site.

    The reflector is cuisunf.unige.ch (129.194.12.26). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Michel Bonjour .

    Swiss Telecom R&D (Switzerland)

    The Swiss Telecom R&D experimental CU-SeeMe reflector, in Switzerland, is a medium-bandwidth (less than 60 kbps) public site. This reflector is available for conferences by appointment.

    The reflector is manor.vptt.ch (193.5.232.55). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Claudio Cabano .

    Foeredrag i Lund/Fast (Sweden)

    This CU-SeeMe reflector, located at Lund University, Lund, Sweden, broadcasts the Swedish show Foeredrag i Lund broadcast at 150 kbps. Persons with low-bandwidth connectivity should use the (Sweden) Foeredrag i Lund/Slow reflector.

    The reflector is ForLund-h.video.lu.se (130.235.4.10). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jan Engvald .

    Foeredrag i Lund/Slow (Sweden)

    This CU-SeeMe reflector, located at Lund University, Lund, Sweden, broadcasts the Swedish show Foeredrag i Lund” broadcast at 32 kbps. Persons with high-bandwidth connectivity should use the (Sweden) Foeredrag i Lund/Fast reflector.

    The reflector is ForLund-l.video.lu.se (130.235.4.11). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jan Engvald .

    NASA TV at Lund University (Sweden)

    The Lund University Computing Center’s CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lund, Sweden, is part of a reflector chain that broadcasts NASA Select TV in receive-only mode. Please connect to the NASA Select TV outlet nearest to you. This reflector is sometimes used for videoconferencing with and within Lund University.

    The reflector is reflector.lu.se (130.235.128.100). Accompanying web pages are online at

    and . The reflector operator is Jan Engvald .

    University of Singapore (Singapore)

    The National University of Singapore CU-SeeMe reflector is in Singapore.

    The reflector is biomed.nus.sg (137.132.9.61). The reflector operators are K C Lun

    and Tan Tin Wee .

    University Lisbon (Portugal)

    The University of Lisbon / Faculty of Sciences CU-SeeMe reflector, in Lisbon, Portugal, is maintained by the Department of Informatics as a public site.

    The reflector is master.di.fc.ul.pt (192.67.76.40). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are

    and .

    Ostfold/Fenris (Norway)

    The Ostfold Regional College / Informatics Department Fenris CU-SeeMe reflector, in Halden, Norway, is a receive-only site.

    The reflector is fenris.hiof.no (158.36.33.3). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Børre Ludvigsen

    and Jon Kalnes .

    Ostfold/Kark (Norway)

    The Ostfold Regional College / Informatics Department Kark CU-SeeMe reflector, in Halden, Norway, is a receive-only site.

    The reflector is 158.36.33.5. An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operators are Børre Ludvigsen

    and Jon Kalnes .

    University of Trondheim (Norway)

    The University of Trondheim’s Department of Informatics CU-SeeMe reflector, in Trondheim, Norway, is available to the general public during their daytime and evenings.

    The reflector is venus.ifi.unit.no (129.241.161.225). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is .

    Eccosys (Japan)

    The Eccosys, Ltd. CU-SeeMe reflector, in Tomigaya, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is the site of some very bizarre late-night conferences. They have a very cool logo.

    The reflector is neoteny.eccosys.com (199.100.7.5). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Joichi Ito .

    Future Pirates (Japan)

    The Future Pirates Broadcast CU-SeeMe reflector is in Japan.

    The reflector is bass.fpi.co.jp (202.32.26.17). An accompanying web page is online at .

    Okazaki NRI (Japan)

    The Department of Applied Molecular Science CU-SeeMe reflector at the Institute for Molecular Science, Okazaki National Research Institutes is in Myodaiji, Okazaki, Japan.

    The reflector is solaris.ims.ac.jp (133.48.144.60). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Jiro Toyoda .

    University of Tokyo (Japan)

    The Research into Artifact Center for Engineering (RACE) CU-SeeMe reflector at the University of Tokyo is in Tokyo, Japan.

    The reflector is race-server.race.u-tokyo.ac.jp (157.82.76.2). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Koji Ando .

    Eurocube (Italy)

    The Eurocube Internet CU-SeeMe reflector, in Italy, is a low-bandwidth (less than 30 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is reflector.eurocube.it (194.20.44.111). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Guido Tripaldi Shamblin .

    University of Calabria (Italy)

    The Centro Interdipartimentale della Comunicazione – UniCal CU-SeeMe reflector is in Italy.

    The reflector is cedam.cubo20.unical.it (160.97.8.200). The reflector operator is Giovanni Zicarelli .

    University of Pisa (Italy)

    The Tuscany Metropolitan Area Network CU-SeeMe reflector, in Pisa, Italy, is part of the Tuscany DQDB fiber optic network connecting Pisa, Firenze, and Siena. It’s run in cooperation with SERRA (SERvizi Rete Ateneo (network university services of Pisa).

    The reflector is indy.iet.unipi.it (131.114.9.19). The reflector operators are Stefano Giordano

    and Giacomo Guarguaglini .

    Weizmann Instistute (Israel)

    The Weizmann Institute of Science’s Computing Center CU-SeeMe reflector, in Rehovot, Israel has been up for a long time, but not many of the vital statistics are known about it.

    The reflector is sunten.weizmann.ac.il (132.76.64.143).

    University of Ulster (Ireland)

    The Interactive Systems Centre, Magee College, University of Ulster CU-SeeMe reflector in Northern Ireland is a low-bandwidth (less than 30 kbps) public site.

    The reflector is claudia.iscm.ulst.ac.uk (193.63.68.162). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Mike McCool .

    Nijmegen University (Holland)

    The Cognitive Science Department, Katholic University of Nijmegen (KUN) CU-SeeMe reflector, in Holland is a low-bandwidth public site.

    The reflector is kunpu7.psych.kun.nl (131.174.200.28). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is De Haan , who has his own wweb page online at .

    Rotterdam Management (Holland)

    The Rotterdam School of Management CU-SeeMe reflector is in Rotterdam, Holland.

    The reflector is reflector.fbk.eur.nl (130.115.150.2). The reflector operator is M.W. van Wetering .

    Telecomm Grande Ecole (France)

    The Telecomm Grande Ecole CU-SeeMe reflector is in Brittany, France.

    The reflector is 130.190.6.28.

    University Vaasa (Finland)

    The Department of Communication Studies, Faculty of Humanities & Computer Center, University of Vaasa CU-SeeMe reflector is in Vaasa, Finland.

    The reflector is zippo.uwasa.fi (193.166.120.3). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Tuomas Eerola .

    Dalhousie University (Canada)

    The Dalhousie University CU-SeeMe reflector, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is available for those who broadcast less than 80 kbps.

    The reflector is sparky.ucis.dal.ca (129.173.2.56). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Vivien Hannon .

    University Manitoba (Canada)

    The University of Manitoba, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Telecommunications Research Laboratories CU-SeeMe reflector is in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

    The reflector is kinsner2.ee.umanitoba.ca (130.179.8.44). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is W. Kinsner .

    PUC-Rio (Brazil)

    The Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro CU-SeeMe reflector, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is available for those who transmit less than 80 kbps max. Hugo says “feel free to use anytime.”

    The reflector is obaluae.inf.puc-rio.br (139.82.17.17). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Hugo Fuks .

    University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)

    The University of Sao Paulo CU-SeeMe reflector is in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    The reflector is suncisc.cisc.sc.usp.br (143.107.225.6).

    Vrije Univ AI-Lab (Belgium)

    The AI-Lab Vrije Universiteit Brussel CU-SeeMe reflector, in Brussels, Belgium, is used for the transmission of seminars and live scientific experiments. It’s available for the public, but please switch to receive-only mode when asked to by the staff.

    The reflector is arti.vub.ac.be (134.184.26.10). An accompanying web page is online at .

    The reflector operator is Peter Stuer .

    Adelaide (Australia)

    The Adelaide University CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is another public reflector about which little is known other than it’s friendly regulars.

    The reflector is reflect.adelaide.edu.au (129.127.12.42).

    Geko (Australia)

    The Geko CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is yet another black hole of information.

    The reflector is (203.2.239.3).

    Murdoch University (Australia)

    The Murdoch University CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is a by-appointment reflector (even though I’ve noticed that sometimes it’s left on for public use). Please transmit no more than 80 kpbs.

    The reflector is cleo.murdoch.edu.au (134.115.224.60). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Geoff Rehn .

    Psy (Australia)

    The Psy CU-SeeMe reflector at the University of Queensland in Australia is another reflector about which little is known. Sometimes the site of some eclectic ad-hoc get-togethers.

    The reflector is psy.uq.oz.au (130.102.32.1).

    RMIT (Australia)

    The RMIT CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is a virtual unknown.

    The reflector is reflector.rmit.edu.au (131.170.9.1).

    University of Melbourne (Australia)

    The University of Melbourne CU-SeeMe reflector, in Melbourne, Australia, welcomes casual use as long as you send no more than 80 kbps. Use of this reflector for conferences is available by appointment.

    The reflector is reflector.unimelb.edu.au (128.250.20.187). An accompanying web page is online at . The reflector operator is Martin Gleeson .

    University of Queensland (Australia)

    The University of Queensland CU-SeeMe reflector in Australia is a public site.

    The reflector is clix.aarnet.edu.au (130.102.128.59).

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