[freenet-support] node

2004-07-07 Thread fwcc



Dear sir/madam,

I am a new user of freenet. I don't know why the followinf message always 
appear,as it is only very seldom that I can acess the link I want.
The request couldn't even make it off of your node. Try again, perhaps 
with the 
GPL to help your node learn about others. The publicly available 
seed nodes have been very busy lately. If possible try to get a friend to 
give you a reference to their node instead.

Route Not Found messages mean that your node, or the rest of the network, 
didn't find the data or enough nodes to send the request to. You should retry, 
with the same Hops-To-Live; if it persists, there may be a problem (check that 
your internet connection is working). Try reseeding your node, and if that 
doesn't work, contact [EMAIL PROTECTED].

Please let me know what is wrong with me. By the way, I didn't set up any 
node. Is it matter?

Thanks.

Fung

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[freenet-support] starting problem

2004-07-07 Thread rensinghoff
Hi !

I am new to this freenet stuff, i am running on Linux Redhat

and i have a DSL-Router (Is that a NAT?) on which i enabled the
firewall.

so freenet starts and i get the web-interface

but then i always get this error


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Re: [freenet-support] starting probs

2004-07-07 Thread rensinghoff
Am Mi, den 07.07.2004 schrieb Paul um 18:25:
 Router Config
 You need to set the router to foward port 11354 to the ip address of
 your redhat machine. That is the DMZ setting. If your router just
 makes one comptuer the dmz then set your redhat machine as the dmz.
 Error
 Is another copy of freenet running? 'ps -A|grep java' will have a
 progam called 'javaw' running if freenet (or another java app) is
 running. You can always change the port that it should bind too. You
 should have privliges to bind to that port.
 ~Paul

HM !!

A few steps further but not there yet

So i set the DMZ, but how do i know if it works ?? Any idea with
traceroute or anything like that ??

When you say i should have the rights to that port, how can i find that
out ?? I am logged in as user, any way to test ??


Thanks you anyway for your immediate answer, i did not expect it so fast

Regards Luigi

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Re: [freenet-support] The hang up when ISP dies

2004-07-07 Thread Nicholas Sturm
 You should have no trouble reproducing the problem that arises when 
the Internect Connection is broken.

I started 5084 and it hit 100% CPU momentarily.  Then about 5 minutes 
later it went to 100% again for about 2 minutes.
I let it run for about 30-45 minutes and it had about 17 connections, 
connecting actively on 8.  Then I simply disconnected
and within a half minute 100% CPU was being used and that persisted.  
Eventually I was able to make a new connection, but nothing significant 
resulted except a perhaps 5-10 second drop in CPU usage and then return 
to essentially 100%.  A that level it is
very difficult to interrupted except by killing javaw. But when killed 
the System Idle process went to about 98, but with wide fluctuation for 
about a half minute and them overall usage dropped to under 5%.

This is the Windows version on a 2000 Win operating system.  So I have 
no evidence what it might be doing elsewhere.  I'm inclined to suspect 
it cannot recover because it probably does not have the correct address 
after disconnecting from ISP.

That about all I can do for you.  But I will save the log just incase 
there is anything in the last hour that might be relevant to giving 
clues on you attempt to identify the problem.

Nick
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[freenet-support] Inbound requests histogram or DataStore histogram??

2004-07-07 Thread Weiliang Zhang
Which of these two shows the specialisation of a node?
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Best regards,
Weiliang
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[freenet-support] node references

2004-07-07 Thread Robert Greenage



is active x required to d/l node references? i have been unable to d/l references using any browser other than ie. after installing the ie patch that alledgely stops ie from allowing _javascript_ to write toteh os /diski could no longer d/l references. after an uninstall of the patch i could d/l the references. am i delusional/paranoid or what?


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[freenet-support] Re: Help required - nothing happening

2004-07-07 Thread phil
Dear Toad et al,

Didn't get a response to my last post.

ipconfig.exe says: Ethernet adapter Local Area connection, then shows the 
internal IP address and subnet mask.
 
netstat -an says I have 11 active TCP connections (2 connected to the port no. 
of the web proxy say 'time_wait')  there are 5 UDP connections pointed 
at '*.*').

I imagine that's not that helpful? Anything else I can provide?

Phil

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