[freenet-support] Re: Pictures aren´t displayed

2004-03-24 Thread Rudolf Krist
Michael Stather schrieb:

[...]
using the newest version, when letting the client run for about 5 
minutes to connect and then opening an index page from the gateway 
page, the page
loads immediately but the pictures aren´t displayed. One or two from the 
300 ones are loaded but the rest not.
This appears with every freenet page I view. Is this a network issue?
Maybe http://freenetproject.org - FAQ - Why does Freenet only download 
1 or 2 files at a time?
will help.

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Re: [freenet-support] Pictures aren?t displayed

2004-03-24 Thread Toad
On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at 10:38:06PM +0100, Michael Stather wrote:
 Hi,
  
 using the newest version, when letting the client run for about 5 minutes to
 connect and then opening an index page from the gateway page, the page
 loads immediately but the pictures aren?t displayed. One or two from the 300
 ones are loaded but the rest not.
 This appears with every freenet page I view. Is this a network issue?

Possibly, but it may just be a browser-only-loads-a-few-images-at-a-time
issue. A good fraction of the images on TFE _should_ load. Does it keep
trying for the rest of the images? Or does it stop loading?
  
 regards
  
 Michael Stather
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[freenet-support] Freenet problems

2004-03-24 Thread Steven



Hi, I am having trouble getting freenet working for 
me. I'm sure this is a simple problem, but I can't figure out how to fix it. I 
am running Freenet version 0.3.9.2 for windows and am getting a page cannot be 
displayed message when i try to load http://127.0.0.1:8081/. My log file is 
giving me the following messages:

21-Mar-2004 2:50:05 AM:Normal:Couldn't load 
DataStore from .freenet\store_1604021-Mar-2004 2:50:05 
AM:Freenet.node.Node:Normal:Freenet Core running on 16040 (build 
392)21-Mar-2004 2:50:05 AM:Error:Inform Connection 
failed:java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://www.octayne.com/inform.php21-Mar-2004 
2:50:05 AM:Freenet.node.ServiceLauncher:Normal:Lauching xmlrpc21-Mar-2004 
2:50:05 AM:Freenet.node.ServiceLauncher:Normal:Lauching fproxy21-Mar-2004 
2:50:05 AM:Freenet.node.ServiceLauncher:Normal:Lauching fcp
Thank you for your help.

Steven

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet problems

2004-03-24 Thread Klaus Brüssel
Am Sonntag, 21. März 2004 09:11 schrieb Steven:
 Hi, I am having trouble getting freenet working for me. I'm sure this is a
 simple problem, but I can't figure out how to fix it. I am running Freenet
 version 0.3.9.2 for windows and am getting a page cannot be displayed
 message when i try to load http://127.0.0.1:8081/.  My log file is giving
 me the following messages:

Your versions seems to be *very* old. From where did you get it ?

Latest version of 'stable' shows
(http://localhost:/servlet/nodeinfo/performance/general):

Node Version0.5
Protocol VersionSTABLE-1.50
Build Number5076


- Klaus

P.S.
It would probably help to have a 'obsolete' folder under 
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots ? And that the filenames are shown with 
full length ?
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[freenet-support] Router configuration problem

2004-03-24 Thread Brad Gilbert
I had to reinstall Freenet from scratch after an OS crash. It had been 
running fine. Now I can't, for the life of me, get it passed my router. 
The virtual server setting in the router still had the previous 
listenPort so I just changed it to the newly installed freenet.ini 
entry. I know I'm  missing something  that's probably obvious to the 
more experienced.

Based upon the info below, I'm hoping some wise and kind soul might 
offer some advice!

My D-Link router (DI-604) is set to DHCP server enabled (IP from ISP is 
dynamically assigned). I've used substitutes for some of the real IP 
numbers for the sake of privacy, yet the numbers of digits are the same.

In the freenet.ini line:
ipAddress=
which one do I use from the router's WAN info?: (My assumption was the 
IP address)
WAN
IP Address  XX.XX.XXX.100 
Default Gateway  XX.XX.XXX.1 

I then inserted the listenPort number from the freenet.ini:
listenPort=X
into the router's virtual server configurator, where I created this:
FreeNet 192.168.0.1 TCP X/X
(192.168.0.1 being Private IP, X/X being the PrivatePort/PublicPort)
based upon my router LAN specs:
LAN
IP Address 192.168.0.1 

I tried 192.168.0.100 (the actual computer using Freenet) and that 
didn't work either).

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

B

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Re: [freenet-support] Router configuration problem

2004-03-24 Thread Toad
On Wed, Mar 24, 2004 at 04:11:31PM -0500, Brad Gilbert wrote:
 I had to reinstall Freenet from scratch after an OS crash. It had been 
 running fine. Now I can't, for the life of me, get it passed my router. 
 The virtual server setting in the router still had the previous 
 listenPort so I just changed it to the newly installed freenet.ini 
 entry. I know I'm  missing something  that's probably obvious to the 
 more experienced.
 
 Based upon the info below, I'm hoping some wise and kind soul might 
 offer some advice!
 
 My D-Link router (DI-604) is set to DHCP server enabled (IP from ISP is 
 dynamically assigned). I've used substitutes for some of the real IP 
 numbers for the sake of privacy, yet the numbers of digits are the same.
 
 In the freenet.ini line:
 ipAddress=
 
 which one do I use from the router's WAN info?: (My assumption was the 
 IP address)
 WAN
 IP Address  XX.XX.XXX.100 
 Default Gateway  XX.XX.XXX.1 

Use the external IP address. Not the LAN address. If you are on DHCP
this will change occasionally... you may want to look at dyndns.org or
some similar service...
 
 I then inserted the listenPort number from the freenet.ini:
 listenPort=X
 
 into the router's virtual server configurator, where I created this:
 FreeNet 192.168.0.1 TCP X/X
 (192.168.0.1 being Private IP, X/X being the PrivatePort/PublicPort)

PrivatePort/PublicPort? Shouldn't that just be the same as the
listenPort above?
 based upon my router LAN specs:
 LAN
 IP Address 192.168.0.1 
 
 I tried 192.168.0.100 (the actual computer using Freenet) and that 
 didn't work either).
 
 Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 
 B
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[freenet-support] Firewall with NAT and DynDNS

2004-03-24 Thread Christian Menz
Hi,

Im running my node behind a NAT Firewall. I use a DynDNS account for 
updating my IP. My DynDNS alias is something like xxx.is-a-geek.org. 
Should I paste this into my freenet.ini as ipAddress?
I tried first with just filling in my actual IP, but it didnt work after 
I got a new one. So I changed the ipAddress field to xxx.is-a-geek.org, 
but it does not work anymore now.

Thanks for advice!

Christian

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Re: [freenet-support] Firewall with NAT and DynDNS

2004-03-24 Thread notmyrealemail


Hi,

using 

ipAddress=xxx.is-a-geek.org

works, at least for me. Remove the leading %, it is a comment sign.

Also use DynDNS client to update your dynamic IP - DynDNS.org, 
like ddclient (if you're on linux), periodically.

I am not sure, if you should also make your HOSTNAME xxx.is-a-geek.org?
Tweaking /etc/hosts (if on linux) to include mapping for xxx.is-a-geek.org
also might provide additional help. Someone more familiar with networking
could verify this?

Christian Menz [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 Hi,
 
 I´m running my node behind a NAT Firewall. I use a DynDNS account for 
 updating my IP. My DynDNS alias is something like xxx.is-a-geek.org. 
 Should I paste this into my freenet.ini as ipAddress?
 I tried first with just filling in my actual IP, but it didn´t work after 
 I got a new one. So I changed the ipAddress field to xxx.is-a-geek.org, 
 but it does not work anymore now.
 
 Thanks for advice!
 
 Christian
 
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 www.phonophil.net
 www.waldspirale3.de
 ICQ:34268802   skype:b0r0mir
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