re: [freenet-support] node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-10 Thread Markus
Hi
I'm also running a node on my private serverfarm and accessing it from home.
I succesfully created ssl tunnel with stunnel from my Linux router to my
Linux server for surfing freenet with my browser. My problem is that I'm
having trouble to create working stunnel between Fuqid (running on WinXP)
and my nodes fcp-port, Fuqid tells me that my node is overloaded or down
(which it isn't, I am connected to it with browser right now). I have triple
checked my stunnel scripts and everything should be ok. Could it like
http://www.stunnel.org/faq/troubleshooting.html#ToC17? Any ideas?

Markus

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Re: [freenet-support] node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-10 Thread Markus
Ouch, typo in Fuqids configuration (wrong port). Now it doesn't say that
node is overloaded or down, but I still can't get it to download anything
through stunnel, logs say Fatal error in download thread: EFCPError: recv
failed: 10054.


Markus


 Hi
 I'm also running a node on my private serverfarm and accessing it from
home.
 I succesfully created ssl tunnel with stunnel from my Linux router to my
 Linux server for surfing freenet with my browser. My problem is that I'm
 having trouble to create working stunnel between Fuqid (running on WinXP)
 and my nodes fcp-port, Fuqid tells me that my node is overloaded or down
 (which it isn't, I am connected to it with browser right now). I have
triple
 checked my stunnel scripts and everything should be ok. Could it like
 http://www.stunnel.org/faq/troubleshooting.html#ToC17? Any ideas?

 Markus


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Re: [freenet-support] node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-10 Thread Markus
  Ouch, typo in Fuqids configuration (wrong port). Now it doesn't say that
  node is overloaded or down, but I still can't get it to download
anything
  through stunnel, logs say Fatal error in download thread: EFCPError:
recv
  failed: 10054.

 10054 is the Winsock error code for Connection Reset, which is likely
 indicative of a bad setup on the remote side. As Mika mentioned, first
 ensure that the remote node is allowing your IP address to connect to
 whichever service you're looking for - mainport or FCP. (For FUQID, it's
 FCP, and note that you lose anonymity making FCP requests to a node you
 aren't operating locally.) These are set via freenet.conf options on the
 server running the node.

Everything works fine without ssl tunnel (yes, I know, someone can sniff
unencrypted connections).


 If everything checks out, FUQID isn't properly connecting to the remote
 node. My guess would be either that stunnel is not properly setup, or
 your remote node is so overloaded that it cannot accept your connection.
 First off, make sure that your FUQID is set up to use the remote node's
 IP address, or your local SSH tunnel to that remote IP. FUQID defaults
 to localhost on the default FCP port (8481).

 I am familiar with stunnel, I use it to initiate secured IRC sessions, but
 I haven't used it in conjunction with Freenet. What is the stunnel
 command you're using on each end? Feel free to XX.XX.XX.XX out IP
 addresses. Maybe I or someone else familiar with stunnel can help.

 -s

I have following setup:

LAN(192.168.1.0/24, client side, Fuqid) -- router (Linux router, firewall,
runs stunnel, ip 192.168.1.1) -- INTERNET -- my.server.domainname (Linux
server, firewall, runs stunnel, Freenet node, server side)
I tried also with firewalls allowing all connections, didn't help.

Server side stunnel:
# For fproxy connection, this works fine
stunnel -O l:TCP_NODELAY=1 -d 8880 -r localhost:
# For FPC, does not work
stunnel -O l:TCP_NODELAY=1 -d 8841 -r localhost:8481

client side stunnel:
# Fproxy, works fine, http://192.168.1.1:8880 and
https://my.server.domainname:8880 works
stunnel -O r:TCP_NODELAY=1 -c -d 8880 -r my.server.domainname:8880
# FPC, does not work
stunnel -O r:TCP_NODELAY=1 -c -d 8481 -r my.server.domainname:8841

Fuqid:
unencrypted connections work
IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port: 8481

encrypted connections fail
IP: 192.168.1.1 port: 8841

Markus



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Re: [freenet-support] Re: node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-10 Thread Markus
 S writes:

  On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 10:31:01 +0300
  Markus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  Ouch, typo in Fuqids configuration (wrong port). Now it doesn't say
that
  node is overloaded or down, but I still can't get it to download
anything
  through stunnel, logs say Fatal error in download thread: EFCPError:
recv
  failed: 10054.
 
  10054 is the Winsock error code for Connection Reset, which is likely
  indicative of a bad setup on the remote side. As Mika mentioned, first
  ensure that the remote node is allowing your IP address to connect to
  whichever service you're looking for - mainport or FCP. (For FUQID, it's
  FCP, and note that you lose anonymity making FCP requests to a node you
  aren't operating locally.) These are set via freenet.conf options on the
  server running the node.

 One gotcha is that when you're using a tunnel, is that the node sees the
IP
 address of the _endpoint_ of the tunnel, not the real source IP. So if
 you're tunneling straight to the computer running the node, access from
 localhost is enough.

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Problem solved, it was that gotcha, FCP was dropping connections from
localhost.
I commented out fcpHosts=client.domain.name so Freenet allows localhost to
connect fcp port.

Markus

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Re: [freenet-support] node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-10 Thread Markus
Don't use stunnel, use ssh, and forward the ports. Stunnel just creates
an HTTPS connection, right?

From Stunnel's man page
(http://www.stunnel.org/faq/stunnel.html#description):
The stunnel program is designed to work as SSL encryption wrapper between
remote clients and local (inetd-startable) or remote servers. The concept is
that having non-SSL aware daemons running on your system you can easily set
them up to communicate with clients over secure SSL channels.

Would ssh port forwarding be better method?

Markus

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Re: [freenet-support] node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-11 Thread Markus
Neither client or server has to be ssl aware.

Markus

From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Ahh, okay. As long as it doesn't need the clients to be ssl aware.
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[freenet-support] Former mail Can't open again is out of date. Need Friends.

2008-11-14 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters,

the question I have sent to you some hours ago is obsolete. I have found the 
button to start it again. Freenet is running properly. Now I should try to find 
some friends.
But still I don't know how to operate it from the command line (bash or dash). 
Thanks.



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[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-17 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters,

I am a total newbie in freenet. Every time I start freenet I get the alert that 
my node lies behind a NAT-device or a Firewall and that I should forward my 
port-Number 11833. After some discovery-attempts in the administration tool of 
my router I found out that there is actually a firewall running. 
I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I get 
the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning a site 
that opens some minutes later.
I am totally new in this subject and all my real-world-friends are no-techies 
and no-nerds, so I still have no firends in the sense of trustworthy nodes to 
connect with or in the sense of darknet-members. Might this be the reason why 
some sites are closed for me?
Should I try to manipulate the router in order to forward or should I turn 
off the firewall?
Or is freenet running properly and the seemingly closed doors seem so due to 
the restrictions a newbie in darknet with a fresh node has to come around with?


Thank you a lot for the support


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[freenet-support] What to do via command line

2008-11-22 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters, dear Dennis.

On Fri Nov 14 20:50:36 UTC 2008Dennis Nezic asked me:

  Out of curiosity, what kinds of things were you looking to do via thecommand 
 line?

Well, I'm using a quite old notebook with a harddisc of 30 GB in it and - more 
important - with a no more than 512 MB RAM drive. Since I've installed freenet 
there are two new processes running - as far as I may trust my task-manager 
program. One of them is called wrapper-linux (a name I also found in one of 
the files of freenet), the other one is some java process. Each of them is 
permanently consuming 30%-80% of my CPU power and of RAM memory, even at times 
when there is no established node on my system, I mean when I have not opened 
freenet yet and even when I am not at all online. 
So to me it seems like freenet likes to slow down my computer but at the same 
time makes no use of that. The fact that freenet, when running, might be 
expensive for my system, is not what is bothering me.
I'd like to gain control over these two programs, i.e. I want to be able to 
start and stop them via the command line, especially in times when i am not 
running a node. (I cannot stay online with that old notebook, what surely would 
be the best for freenet, as I have to use it at different locations.) At the 
moment I always have to kill them odd programs via the task manager, not 
really knowing what I am actually doing and if this might lead to damages in 
the programs or to freenet. By the way this is quite annoying.

Thanks for your help.



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[freenet-support] Former mail "Can't open again" is out of date. Need Friends.

2008-11-14 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters,

the question I have sent to you some hours ago is obsolete. I have found the 
button to start it again. Freenet is running properly. Now I should try to find 
some "friends".
But still I don't know how to operate it from the command line (bash or dash). 
Thanks.




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[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-15 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters,

I am a total newbie in freenet. Every time I start freenet I get the alert that 
my node lies behind a NAT-device or a Firewall and that I should forward my 
port-Number 11833. After some discovery-attempts in the administration tool of 
my router I found out that there is actually a firewall running. 
I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I get 
the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning a site 
that opens some minutes later.
I am totally new in this subject and all my real-world-friends are no-techies 
and no-nerds, so I still have no "firends" in the sense of trustworthy nodes to 
connect with or in the sense of darknet-members. Might this be the reason why 
some sites are closed for me?
Should I try to manipulate the router in order to "forward" or should I turn 
off the firewall?
Or is freenet running properly and the seemingly closed doors seem so due to 
the restrictions a newbie in darknet with a fresh node has to come around with?


Thank you a lot for the support



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[freenet-support] What to do via command line

2008-11-22 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters, dear Dennis.

On Fri Nov 14 20:50:36 UTC 2008Dennis Nezic asked me:

>  Out of curiosity, what kinds of things were you looking to do via thecommand 
> line?

Well, I'm using a quite old notebook with a harddisc of 30 GB in it and - more 
important - with a no more than 512 MB RAM drive. Since I've installed freenet 
there are two new processes running - as far as I may trust my task-manager 
program. One of them is called "wrapper-linux" (a name I also found in one of 
the files of freenet), the other one is some java process. Each of them is 
permanently consuming 30%-80% of my CPU power and of RAM memory, even at times 
when there is no established node on my system, I mean when I have not opened 
freenet yet and even when I am not at all online. 
So to me it seems like freenet likes to slow down my computer but at the same 
time makes no use of that. The fact that freenet, when running, might be 
expensive for my system, is not what is bothering me.
I'd like to gain control over these two programs, i.e. I want to be able to 
start and stop them via the command line, especially in times when i am not 
running a node. (I cannot stay online with that old notebook, what surely would 
be the best for freenet, as I have to use it at different locations.) At the 
moment I always have to "kill" them odd programs via the task manager, not 
really knowing what I am actually doing and if this might lead to damages in 
the programs or to freenet. By the way this is quite annoying.

Thanks for your help.




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