[freenet-support] No inbound connections - what am I doing wrong?

2006-01-26 Thread Petr Goldblum
OK, I've had problems with inbound connections before because of my router, but I'm not sure which bit I'm getting wrong this time. I've got a bunch of outgoing connections but no inbound. I've set my ipAddress value to the external IP of the router, and removed the % in front of it. I checked

[freenet-support] No inbound connections - what am I doing wrong?

2006-01-26 Thread Petr Goldblum
OK, I've had problems with inbound connections before because of my router, but I'm not sure which bit I'm getting wrong this time. I've got a bunch of outgoing connections but no inbound. I've set my ipAddress value to the external IP of the router, and removed the % in front of it. I checked

[freenet-support] Re: Can't get Freenet working - I think I covered my bases.

2005-02-06 Thread petr
work though. You have inbound connections therefore it's not the firewall. What's your bandwidth? What's the typical load? What build number? On Fri, Feb 04, 2005 at 01:02:51AM -0500, petr wrote: Well, I've been having trouble getting Freenet working, and I've been reading the many support

[freenet-support] Can't get Freenet working - I think I covered my bases.

2005-02-03 Thread petr
Well, I've been having trouble getting Freenet working, and I've been reading the many support requests here saying the same thing. I've been doing what the replies to those say, but nothing has worked. It's been running for about four days now, and it won't load the portal pages or even the

[freenet-support] java.lang.OutOfMemoryError

2004-08-09 Thread petr
I'm sort of a newbie at this, but I'm trying to get Freenet to work and not having much luck. I assume I don't have a connection to Freenet because none of the links on the Freenet website that require Freenet work. I looked at freenet.log, and at the very end is this error: Caught