[freenet-support] connection problems

2004-06-13 Thread rfloyd
I am having lot of trouble getting anywhere after installation. Can anyone tell me 
what the problem is from looking at this info?

Node Version0.5
Protocol VersionSTABLE-1.50
Build Number5084
CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.112



Uptime  


  31 minutes


Load



Current routingTime 16ms
Current messageSendTimeRequest  911ms
Pooled threads running jobs 10 (8.3%)
Pooled threads which are idle   18
Current upstream bandwidth usage234 bytes/second (93.7%)
Current estimated load for QueryReject purposes 8%
Current estimated load for rate limiting117.2%
Reason for load:Load due to thread limit = 8.3%
Load due to routingTime = 1.6% = 16ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 91.1% = 911ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to output bandwidth limiting = 117.2% because outputBytes(14059)  limit 
(12000 ) = outLimitCutoff (0.8) * outputBandwidthLimit (250) * 60
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 436.5417028705223 req/hr * 0.0 
(pTransfer) * 211740.0 bytes = 0 bytes/hr expected from current requests, but 
maxInputBytes/minute = 12000 (set input limit) * 60 * 1.1 = 792000 bytes/hr target
Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to load):   0.0
Current estimated requests per hour (based on last 10 mins):1030.5744870593196
Current global quota (requests per hour):   37.394089166740095
Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:200614
Current outgoing request rate   436.5417028705223
Current probability of a request succeeding 0%
Current target (best case single node) probability of a request succeeding  8.3%



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Re: [freenet-support] connection problems

2004-06-13 Thread Phillip Hutchings
On 14/06/2004, at 4:15 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am having lot of trouble getting anywhere after installation. Can 
anyone tell me what the problem is from looking at this info?

[snip]  
Uptime  


  31 minutes
Right there. If your node's only been up for 30 minutes its unlikely to 
know enough about the network to route efficiently. After 12 hours or 
so it'll have more success.

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Phillip Hutchings
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http://www.sitharus.com/


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[freenet-support] norton firewall

2004-06-13 Thread Madeline Brubaker



Would someone step me through setting up Norton Internet 
Security Professional properly? I'm not entirely sure how to 

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[freenet-support] Norton Firewall

2004-06-13 Thread Madeline Brubaker




Would someone step me through setting up Norton Internet 
Security Professional properly? I'm not entirely sure how to:

1) Find the IP address of my NAT or Firewall.

The FAQ says to consult my manual but I can't find this 
information.

2) Configure your NAT or firewall to forward connections to the listenPort 
number that you noted in the previous step, to the same port on your 
computer.

I tried some things that seemed to work but I just want to 
make sure I'm doing it exactly right and not letting more than I need to through 
my firewall.

Thanks.
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Re: [freenet-support] Norton Firewall

2004-06-13 Thread Michael R. Stork
Madeline Brubaker wrote:
Would someone step me through setting up Norton Internet Security 
Professional properly? I'm not entirely sure how to:
 
1) Find the IP address of my NAT or Firewall.
 
The FAQ says to consult my manual but I can't find this information.
It depends on whether or not you're using a router.
If you aren't, then go to a command prompt (DOS prompt) and type 
IPconfig. (this is the command for XP, it'll be slightly different under 
different OS) This will give you the IP of your computer.
If you are, go to the router console, this will usually involve opening 
your browser and entering the URL of the router, typically 192.168.1.1 
or 192.168.0.1. If you've added a password, you'll be prompted for it. 
Once you're in the console, look for a tab that says Status. Look under 
the WAN heading for the IP address. This will be your broadcast IP, 
what's seen by the internet, and that's what you need to enter. The LAN 
IP will just be the local IP of your PC within your own little network, 
and will be something similiar to the router's URL (192.168.1.xxx) or 
(192.168.0.xxx). This IP is only important for when you configure the 
router or firewall port to pass any requests for your freenet port to 
the PC that's hosting the node.

Hope this helps. Feel free to e-mail me direct if you need further 
assistance.
Mike S.


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