Re: [freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-23 Thread Arne Babenhauserheide

Amuza  writes:

> On 22/01/17 19:01, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>> On 01/22/2017 12:27 PM, Amuza wrote:
>>> Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?
>> Yes, and it depends what you mean.
>
> I mean, something like this:
> Alice is online and sends a message which has Caroline (her Freenet
> friend) as the recipient, but Caroline is offline. Fortunately Barbara
> (who is a common Freenet friend of both Alice and Caroline) is online.
> Then Alice goes offline. Then Caroline goes online and receives Alice's
> message. Barbara (or other common online Freenet friend) automatically
> forwarded the message without being able to read it.

If you use freemail (email over Freenet), then yes: The data is uploaded
in encrypted form into Freenet and only Caroline can decrypt it. Barbara
does not even need to be a direct friend of the two: It can be any other
freenet node.

This is the generalized case of what you describe and powers most of the
pseudonymous communication in Freenet.

>>> If so, how does it work?
>> Darknet peers can send direct messages by clicking on the peer's name on
>> the friends page. If the peers are not both online and connected the
>> message will be deferred until they are. The user interface for this is
>> very poor but it does function.
>>
>> Otherwise, messaging tools like FLIP, Freemail, or Sone can do that.
>> [1][2][3] They work by inserting and fetching the messages as files.
>>
>
> I guess some of those three messaging tools do somehow the kind of
> asynchronous messaging I meant. Do they?

Freemail does the private communication.
Sone does Social-network-style communication with pseudonyms.
FLIP implements chat with an IRC interface.

> It does! Great explanations! As soon as I have a while I will try Freenet.
>
> Let me ask another one, this one is more difficult:
>
> In the case you, or anyone in this list, know a bit about other
> more-or-less similar decentralized tools like Retroshare, Zeronet, Tox,
> IPFS, etc, could you very briefly compare them to Freenet and easily say
> some advantage or disadvantage of some of those tools over Freenet?

For zeronet there’s an answer by Chris Double. Scroll down to Conclusion
for a comparison:
https://bluishcoder.co.nz/2015/01/15/decentralized-websites-with-zeronet.html

A note on IPFS and Freenet is available in his article about hosting
websites in Freenet (though mainly focused on hosting with Freenet):
https://bluishcoder.co.nz/2015/09/14/using-freenet-for-static-websites.html

For a comparison of Freenet with several other tools, see
http://www.draketo.de/proj/freenet-funding/#sec-9

Best wishes,
Arne
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-23 Thread Steve Dougherty
The Tor comparison is easiest to answer because there's a FAQ entry:
https://freenetproject.org/help.html#tor

On Mon, Jan 23, 2017, 6:14 AM Amuza  wrote:

>
>
> On 22/01/17 19:01, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>
> On 01/22/2017 12:27 PM, Amuza wrote:
>
> Hello!
>
> I have never tried Freenet but I already have some questions:
>
> How do nodes discover each other?
>
> In opennet mode ("normal" or "low" network security) they connect to
> seed nodes (a list of which is included with the software) run by
> volunteers which provide them with an initial set of possible
> connections, and during normal operation performs path folding to
> maintain and improve its connections. [0]
>
> When not in opennet mode (and therefore in "darknet mode;" if both modes
> are in use it's "hybrid") connections must be manually and mutually added.
>
>
> Can nodes within a LAN connect to each other without any special
> configuration?
>
> It depends on what you mean by special configuration. It does require
> that the nodes' operators add one another as "friends" by trading node
> references, but this is intended as routine configuration.
>
>
> Do they need Internet access?
>
> No, but note that a completely isolated darknet would have no way to
> access the content available through the public opennet network. This
> includes updates to the software. As long as one member of the darknet
> is also connected to opennet this will not be the case. (Though
> performance will be slow.)
>
>
> Would nodes keep automatically connecting when they are in a LAN where
> some days there is no Internet access?
>
> Yes.
>
>
> Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?
>
> Yes, and it depends what you mean.
>
>
> I mean, something like this:
> Alice is online and sends a message which has Caroline (her Freenet
> friend) as the recipient, but Caroline is offline. Fortunately Barbara (who
> is a common Freenet friend of both Alice and Caroline) is online. Then
> Alice goes offline. Then Caroline goes online and receives Alice's message.
> Barbara (or other common online Freenet friend) automatically forwarded the
> message without being able to read it.
>
> If so, how does it work?
>
> Darknet peers can send direct messages by clicking on the peer's name on
> the friends page. If the peers are not both online and connected the
> message will be deferred until they are. The user interface for this is
> very poor but it does function.
>
> Otherwise, messaging tools like FLIP, Freemail, or Sone can do that.
> [1][2][3] They work by inserting and fetching the messages as files.
>
>
>
> I guess some of those three messaging tools do somehow the kind of
> asynchronous messaging I meant. Do they?
>
> Thank you!!
>
> Yep. :) Hope this helps.
>
> - Steve
>
>
>
> It does! Great explanations! As soon as I have a while I will try Freenet.
>
> Let me ask another one, this one is more difficult:
>
> In the case you, or anyone in this list, know a bit about other
> more-or-less similar decentralized tools like Retroshare, Zeronet, Tox,
> IPFS, etc, could you very briefly compare them to Freenet and easily say
> some advantage or disadvantage of some of those tools over Freenet?
>
> Thanks again.
>
> [0] https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Opennet
> [1]
> USK@pGQPA-9PcFiE3A2tCuCjacK165UaX07AQYw98iDQrNA,8gwQ67ytBNR03hNj7JU~ceeew22HVq6G50dcEeMcgks,AQACAAE/flip/12/
> [2] http://freesocial.draketo.de/freemail_en.html
> [3]
> USK@nwa8lHa271k2QvJ8aa0Ov7IHAV-DFOCFgmDt3X6BpCI,DuQSUZiI~agF8c-6tjsFFGuZ8eICrzWCILB60nT8KKo,AQACAAE/sone/75/
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-23 Thread Amuza


On 22/01/17 19:01, Steve Dougherty wrote:
> On 01/22/2017 12:27 PM, Amuza wrote:
>> Hello!
>>
>> I have never tried Freenet but I already have some questions:
>>
>> How do nodes discover each other?
> In opennet mode ("normal" or "low" network security) they connect to
> seed nodes (a list of which is included with the software) run by
> volunteers which provide them with an initial set of possible
> connections, and during normal operation performs path folding to
> maintain and improve its connections. [0]
>
> When not in opennet mode (and therefore in "darknet mode;" if both modes
> are in use it's "hybrid") connections must be manually and mutually added.
>
>> Can nodes within a LAN connect to each other without any special
>> configuration?
> It depends on what you mean by special configuration. It does require
> that the nodes' operators add one another as "friends" by trading node
> references, but this is intended as routine configuration.
>
>> Do they need Internet access?
> No, but note that a completely isolated darknet would have no way to
> access the content available through the public opennet network. This
> includes updates to the software. As long as one member of the darknet
> is also connected to opennet this will not be the case. (Though
> performance will be slow.)
>
>> Would nodes keep automatically connecting when they are in a LAN where
>> some days there is no Internet access?
> Yes.
>
>> Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?
> Yes, and it depends what you mean.

I mean, something like this:
Alice is online and sends a message which has Caroline (her Freenet
friend) as the recipient, but Caroline is offline. Fortunately Barbara
(who is a common Freenet friend of both Alice and Caroline) is online.
Then Alice goes offline. Then Caroline goes online and receives Alice's
message. Barbara (or other common online Freenet friend) automatically
forwarded the message without being able to read it.
>
>> If so, how does it work?
> Darknet peers can send direct messages by clicking on the peer's name on
> the friends page. If the peers are not both online and connected the
> message will be deferred until they are. The user interface for this is
> very poor but it does function.
>
> Otherwise, messaging tools like FLIP, Freemail, or Sone can do that.
> [1][2][3] They work by inserting and fetching the messages as files.
>

I guess some of those three messaging tools do somehow the kind of
asynchronous messaging I meant. Do they?
>> Thank you!!
> Yep. :) Hope this helps.
>
> - Steve


It does! Great explanations! As soon as I have a while I will try Freenet.

Let me ask another one, this one is more difficult:

In the case you, or anyone in this list, know a bit about other
more-or-less similar decentralized tools like Retroshare, Zeronet, Tox,
IPFS, etc, could you very briefly compare them to Freenet and easily say
some advantage or disadvantage of some of those tools over Freenet?

Thanks again.

> [0] https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Opennet
> [1]
> USK@pGQPA-9PcFiE3A2tCuCjacK165UaX07AQYw98iDQrNA,8gwQ67ytBNR03hNj7JU~ceeew22HVq6G50dcEeMcgks,AQACAAE/flip/12/
> [2] http://freesocial.draketo.de/freemail_en.html
> [3]
> USK@nwa8lHa271k2QvJ8aa0Ov7IHAV-DFOCFgmDt3X6BpCI,DuQSUZiI~agF8c-6tjsFFGuZ8eICrzWCILB60nT8KKo,AQACAAE/sone/75/
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-22 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/22/2017 12:27 PM, Amuza wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> I have never tried Freenet but I already have some questions:
> 
> How do nodes discover each other?

In opennet mode ("normal" or "low" network security) they connect to
seed nodes (a list of which is included with the software) run by
volunteers which provide them with an initial set of possible
connections, and during normal operation performs path folding to
maintain and improve its connections. [0]

When not in opennet mode (and therefore in "darknet mode;" if both modes
are in use it's "hybrid") connections must be manually and mutually added.

> Can nodes within a LAN connect to each other without any special
> configuration?

It depends on what you mean by special configuration. It does require
that the nodes' operators add one another as "friends" by trading node
references, but this is intended as routine configuration.

> Do they need Internet access?

No, but note that a completely isolated darknet would have no way to
access the content available through the public opennet network. This
includes updates to the software. As long as one member of the darknet
is also connected to opennet this will not be the case. (Though
performance will be slow.)

> Would nodes keep automatically connecting when they are in a LAN where
> some days there is no Internet access?

Yes.

> Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?

Yes, and it depends what you mean.

> If so, how does it work?

Darknet peers can send direct messages by clicking on the peer's name on
the friends page. If the peers are not both online and connected the
message will be deferred until they are. The user interface for this is
very poor but it does function.

Otherwise, messaging tools like FLIP, Freemail, or Sone can do that.
[1][2][3] They work by inserting and fetching the messages as files.

> Thank you!!

Yep. :) Hope this helps.

- Steve

[0] https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Opennet
[1]
USK@pGQPA-9PcFiE3A2tCuCjacK165UaX07AQYw98iDQrNA,8gwQ67ytBNR03hNj7JU~ceeew22HVq6G50dcEeMcgks,AQACAAE/flip/12/
[2] http://freesocial.draketo.de/freemail_en.html
[3]
USK@nwa8lHa271k2QvJ8aa0Ov7IHAV-DFOCFgmDt3X6BpCI,DuQSUZiI~agF8c-6tjsFFGuZ8eICrzWCILB60nT8KKo,AQACAAE/sone/75/



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[freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-22 Thread Amuza
Hello!

I have never tried Freenet but I already have some questions:

How do nodes discover each other?
Can nodes within a LAN connect to each other without any special
configuration?
Do they need Internet access?
Would nodes keep automatically connecting when they are in a LAN where
some days there is no Internet access?

Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?
If so, how does it work?

Thank you!!
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Re: [freenet-support] newbie question- Freenet doesn't restart with Mac restart

2009-05-22 Thread harry smythe

 Date: Sun, 10 May 2009 01:40:57 +0200
 From: Luke771 luke771.li...@gmail.com
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] newbie question- Freenet doesn't
   restart with Macrestart
 To: support@freenetproject.org
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 harry smythe wrote:

 Hi All,


 Please excuse what might seem like a stupid question. I'm just 
 beginning to experiment with Freenet. I could not find this topic in 
 the archives. I have only some limited tech knowledge.


 specs:

 * Freenet 0.7 Build #1209 rbuild01209-real

 * Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

 # JVM Version: 1.5.0_16-132

 # OS Name: Mac OS X

 # OS Version: 10.4.11

 # OS Architecture: i386


 I install with the web installer for Mac on the freenetproject.org 
 page. I choose the autostart option. A browser launches and all works 
 well. No shortcut to Freenet is installed on my desktop (as was the 
 case on previous explorations some years ago on a Win2000 machine.)


 However, if I shut down or have to restart my machine or node for any 
 reason, no browser (I use Firefox 3.0.5) can access fproxy with 
 127.0.0.1:. That page is unavailable.


 I'd rather not have to re-install and rebuild the datastore every 
 time.  Is there some way to manually start/restart Freenet? (I assume 
 that start means to connect to some nodes, but I'm not sure.)


 Many thanks.


 NewbieHarry


 I never used Freenet on a Mac but I heard that behind its peculiar GUI 
 it's very similar to other Unix-based systems, therefore the way 
 start/stop/restart Freenet manually would be:
 
 - Open a terminal (/Apps/Terminal.app or something like that IIRC)
 - Navigate to the Freenet directory: type cd /path/to/Freenet (no 
 quotes) where /path/to/Freenet is the actual path to your Freenet 
 directory (it should default  to /Users/your-user-name/Freenet or 
 something similar). Hit Enter to execute the command.
 - Type the command ./run.sh start (no quotes) and hit Enter. That 
 should start Freenet.
 To stop: ./run.sh stop
 To restart: ./run.sh restart
 
 Double check that the Freenet directory is owned by your user and that 
 the startup script (run.sh) is executable.
 
 Command to change ownership for the directory and all its content (as 
 root) chown your-user-name /path/to/Freenet -R (no quotes)
 Chown = change ownership. your-user-name is the user name that you use 
 to log in, /path/to/Freenet is the path to the freenet directory. (I'm 
 not sure but I suspect that OSX, as other Unix-based OSs, may be 
 case-sensitive: make sure you type stuff in the right case: the Freenet 
 directory has by default a capital F in the name)
 -R stands for recurse into subdirectories.
 
 Command to make run.sh executable (no need to run this as root, as long 
 as your regular users owns the Freenet directory and all its content) 
 chmod +x run.sh (no quotes)
 +x  =  allow execute
 -x = disallow execute
 
 As for autostart, I don't know what scheduler OSX uses or how to 
 add/remove startup jobs. If you can find out with Google, you can 
 probably add start Freenet with /path/to/Freenet/run.sh start (no 
 quotes, as usual)
 
 Sorry I cant give you a complete answer because I don't have a Mac at 
 hands and it was quite some time ago since I even saw one, hopefully 
 some Mac user will jump in and fill the parts that I left out.
 

Thanks, Luke, your ./run.sh start instructions for manual restart in OSX 
terminal were clear and worked well.
NewbieHarry


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[freenet-support] newbie question- Freenet doesn't restart with Mac restart

2009-05-10 Thread Luke771
harry smythe wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
>
> Please excuse what might seem like a stupid question. I'm just 
> beginning to experiment with Freenet. I could not find this topic in 
> the archives. I have only some limited tech knowledge.
>
>
> specs:
>
> * Freenet 0.7 Build #1209 rbuild01209-real
>
> * Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
>
> # JVM Version: 1.5.0_16-132
>
> # OS Name: Mac OS X
>
> # OS Version: 10.4.11
>
> # OS Architecture: i386
>
>
> I install with the web installer for Mac on the freenetproject.org 
> page. I choose the autostart option. A browser launches and all works 
> well. No shortcut to Freenet is installed on my desktop (as was the 
> case on previous explorations some years ago on a Win2000 machine.)
>
>
> However, if I shut down or have to restart my machine or node for any 
> reason, no browser (I use Firefox 3.0.5) can access fproxy with 
> 127.0.0.1:. That page is "unavailable".
>
>
> I'd rather not have to re-install and rebuild the datastore every 
> time.  Is there some way to manually start/restart Freenet? (I assume 
> that "start" means to connect to some nodes, but I'm not sure.)
>
>
> Many thanks.
>
>
> NewbieHarry
>
>
I never used Freenet on a Mac but I heard that behind its peculiar GUI 
it's very similar to other Unix-based systems, therefore the way 
start/stop/restart Freenet manually would be:

- Open a terminal (/Apps/Terminal.app or something like that IIRC)
- Navigate to the Freenet directory: type "cd /path/to/Freenet" (no 
quotes) where /path/to/Freenet is the actual path to your Freenet 
directory (it should default  to /Users//Freenet or 
something similar). Hit Enter to execute the command.
- Type the command "./run.sh start" (no quotes) and hit Enter. That 
should start Freenet.
To stop: ./run.sh stop
To restart: ./run.sh restart

Double check that the Freenet directory is owned by your user and that 
the startup script (run.sh) is executable.

Command to change ownership for the directory and all its content (as 
root) "chown  /path/to/Freenet -R" (no quotes)
Chown = change ownership.  is the user name that you use 
to log in, /path/to/Freenet is the path to the freenet directory. (I'm 
not sure but I suspect that OSX, as other Unix-based OSs, may be 
case-sensitive: make sure you type stuff in the right case: the Freenet 
directory has by default a capital F in the name)
-R stands for "recurse" into subdirectories.

Command to make run.sh executable (no need to run this as root, as long 
as your regular users owns the Freenet directory and all its content) 
"chmod +x run.sh" (no quotes)
+x  =  allow execute
-x = disallow execute

As for autostart, I don't know what scheduler OSX uses or how to 
add/remove startup jobs. If you can find out with Google, you can 
probably add start Freenet with "/path/to/Freenet/run.sh start" (no 
quotes, as usual)

Sorry I cant give you a complete answer because I don't have a Mac at 
hands and it was quite some time ago since I even saw one, hopefully 
some Mac user will jump in and fill the parts that I left out.





[freenet-support] newbie question- Freenet doesn't restart with Mac restart

2009-05-09 Thread harry smythe


Hi All,


Please excuse what might seem like a stupid question. I'm just beginning to 
experiment with Freenet. I could not find this topic in the archives. I have 
only some limited tech knowledge.


specs:
* Freenet 0.7 Build #1209 rbuild01209-real
* Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
# JVM Version: 1.5.0_16-132
# OS Name: Mac OS X
# OS Version: 10.4.11
# OS Architecture: i386


I install with the web installer for Mac on the freenetproject.org page. I 
choose the autostart option. A browser launches and all works well. No shortcut 
to Freenet is installed on my desktop (as was the case on previous explorations 
some years ago on a Win2000 machine.)


However, if I shut down or have to restart my machine or node for any reason, 
no browser (I use Firefox 3.0.5) can access fproxy with 127.0.0.1:. That 
page is "unavailable".


I'd rather not have to re-install and rebuild the datastore every time.  Is 
there some way to manually start/restart Freenet? (I assume that "start" means 
to connect to some nodes, but I'm not sure.)


Many thanks.


NewbieHarry

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Re: [freenet-support] newbie question- Freenet doesn't restart with Mac restart

2009-05-09 Thread Luke771
harry smythe wrote:

 Hi All,


 Please excuse what might seem like a stupid question. I'm just 
 beginning to experiment with Freenet. I could not find this topic in 
 the archives. I have only some limited tech knowledge.


 specs:

 * Freenet 0.7 Build #1209 rbuild01209-real

 * Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

 # JVM Version: 1.5.0_16-132

 # OS Name: Mac OS X

 # OS Version: 10.4.11

 # OS Architecture: i386


 I install with the web installer for Mac on the freenetproject.org 
 page. I choose the autostart option. A browser launches and all works 
 well. No shortcut to Freenet is installed on my desktop (as was the 
 case on previous explorations some years ago on a Win2000 machine.)


 However, if I shut down or have to restart my machine or node for any 
 reason, no browser (I use Firefox 3.0.5) can access fproxy with 
 127.0.0.1:. That page is unavailable.


 I'd rather not have to re-install and rebuild the datastore every 
 time.  Is there some way to manually start/restart Freenet? (I assume 
 that start means to connect to some nodes, but I'm not sure.)


 Many thanks.


 NewbieHarry


I never used Freenet on a Mac but I heard that behind its peculiar GUI 
it's very similar to other Unix-based systems, therefore the way 
start/stop/restart Freenet manually would be:

- Open a terminal (/Apps/Terminal.app or something like that IIRC)
- Navigate to the Freenet directory: type cd /path/to/Freenet (no 
quotes) where /path/to/Freenet is the actual path to your Freenet 
directory (it should default  to /Users/your-user-name/Freenet or 
something similar). Hit Enter to execute the command.
- Type the command ./run.sh start (no quotes) and hit Enter. That 
should start Freenet.
To stop: ./run.sh stop
To restart: ./run.sh restart

Double check that the Freenet directory is owned by your user and that 
the startup script (run.sh) is executable.

Command to change ownership for the directory and all its content (as 
root) chown your-user-name /path/to/Freenet -R (no quotes)
Chown = change ownership. your-user-name is the user name that you use 
to log in, /path/to/Freenet is the path to the freenet directory. (I'm 
not sure but I suspect that OSX, as other Unix-based OSs, may be 
case-sensitive: make sure you type stuff in the right case: the Freenet 
directory has by default a capital F in the name)
-R stands for recurse into subdirectories.

Command to make run.sh executable (no need to run this as root, as long 
as your regular users owns the Freenet directory and all its content) 
chmod +x run.sh (no quotes)
+x  =  allow execute
-x = disallow execute

As for autostart, I don't know what scheduler OSX uses or how to 
add/remove startup jobs. If you can find out with Google, you can 
probably add start Freenet with /path/to/Freenet/run.sh start (no 
quotes, as usual)

Sorry I cant give you a complete answer because I don't have a Mac at 
hands and it was quite some time ago since I even saw one, hopefully 
some Mac user will jump in and fill the parts that I left out.


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[freenet-support] Newbie to 0.7

2008-11-29 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 29 November 2008 08:38, Level 13 wrote:
> I've installed 0.7 yesterday (finally :) but I'm not getting rid of
> 0.5 just yet). I like the fact that it's not eating that much of the
> computer resources as 0.5 (but then again, I've pretty much kept the
> restrictive default settings about the memory and such).

Welcome! And thanks.
> 
> Now, to my questions... After one day, it still says:
> UDP Darknet port X Status unknown
> UDP Opennet port X Maybe port forwarded
> Why is this so? Both ports ARE port-forwarded, whereas the Darknet is
> not used yet (since I have "no friends" in a manner of speaking).
> However, an occasional packet to one of the ports is filtered every
> now and then, on either hardware firewall or the personal/software
> firewall (I hear it's because UDP packets tend to have problems with
> firewalls - or vice versa...). Other than that, browsing seems to work
> fine.

It is nontrivial to detect whether a port is forwarded or not, especially as 
some symmetric firewalls etc have long timeouts.

W.r.t. dropped packets ... if you have a low MTU and a firewall that drops 
fragmented packets, this can be bad for Freenet. What is your MTU?
> 
> Where is the setting for maximum number of connections the whole thing
> is allowed to maintain (which was pretty obvious in 0.5)? Is it the
> "Maximum number of Opennet peers", which is 20 at max? If so, how come
> only 20 is the upper limit?

20 is indeed the upper limit at the moment. More is not always better. Darknet 
nodes are unlikely to have more than 20, this was part of the thinking.
> 
> About accessing the node from elsewhere in the LAN -- isn't this
> configured in the "Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to
> connect to FProxy"? Because I put an internal IP of another computer
> in my LAN there, but I can't access the site from it.

You need to set the addresses to listen on as well.
> 
> As for these two...
> "Directories downloading is allowed to"
> "Directories uploading is allowed to"
> ...if I understand this correctly, putting the string "downloads"
> there will use the path defined in "Default download directory"
> setting (where e.g. I have "x:\download07" (without the quotes) -- is
> this correct)?
> What's the deal with "If this is set to "all" any user can download
> any file to anywhere on your computer!" -- does it actually mean that
> anyone who connects to my node will be able to read just about ANY
> file on the system?

Any user who has access to FCP.
> 
> Oh, and BTW, I got this status message even after the auto-update to
> the latest version:
> 
> 12 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
> even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code.
> Please report it to us at the bug tracker at
> https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at support at freenetproject.org.
> Please include this message and what version of the node you are
> running. The affected peers (you may not want to include this in your
> bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
> (12 IPs listed here).

Known problem, sorry... will release a build at some point in the near future 
which we believe fixes it, at which point we will need to know if it hasn't 
been fixed.
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[freenet-support] Newbie to 0.7

2008-11-29 Thread Level 13
I've installed 0.7 yesterday (finally :) but I'm not getting rid of
0.5 just yet). I like the fact that it's not eating that much of the
computer resources as 0.5 (but then again, I've pretty much kept the
restrictive default settings about the memory and such).

Now, to my questions... After one day, it still says:
UDP Darknet port X Status unknown
UDP Opennet port X Maybe port forwarded
Why is this so? Both ports ARE port-forwarded, whereas the Darknet is
not used yet (since I have "no friends" in a manner of speaking).
However, an occasional packet to one of the ports is filtered every
now and then, on either hardware firewall or the personal/software
firewall (I hear it's because UDP packets tend to have problems with
firewalls - or vice versa...). Other than that, browsing seems to work
fine.

Where is the setting for maximum number of connections the whole thing
is allowed to maintain (which was pretty obvious in 0.5)? Is it the
"Maximum number of Opennet peers", which is 20 at max? If so, how come
only 20 is the upper limit?

About accessing the node from elsewhere in the LAN -- isn't this
configured in the "Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to
connect to FProxy"? Because I put an internal IP of another computer
in my LAN there, but I can't access the site from it.

As for these two...
"Directories downloading is allowed to"
"Directories uploading is allowed to"
...if I understand this correctly, putting the string "downloads"
there will use the path defined in "Default download directory"
setting (where e.g. I have "x:\download07" (without the quotes) -- is
this correct)?
What's the deal with "If this is set to "all" any user can download
any file to anywhere on your computer!" -- does it actually mean that
anyone who connects to my node will be able to read just about ANY
file on the system?

Oh, and BTW, I got this status message even after the auto-update to
the latest version:

12 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code.
Please report it to us at the bug tracker at
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at support at freenetproject.org.
Please include this message and what version of the node you are
running. The affected peers (you may not want to include this in your
bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
(12 IPs listed here).



[freenet-support] Newbie to 0.7

2008-11-29 Thread Level 13
I've installed 0.7 yesterday (finally :) but I'm not getting rid of
0.5 just yet). I like the fact that it's not eating that much of the
computer resources as 0.5 (but then again, I've pretty much kept the
restrictive default settings about the memory and such).

Now, to my questions... After one day, it still says:
UDP Darknet port X Status unknown
UDP Opennet port X Maybe port forwarded
Why is this so? Both ports ARE port-forwarded, whereas the Darknet is
not used yet (since I have no friends in a manner of speaking).
However, an occasional packet to one of the ports is filtered every
now and then, on either hardware firewall or the personal/software
firewall (I hear it's because UDP packets tend to have problems with
firewalls - or vice versa...). Other than that, browsing seems to work
fine.

Where is the setting for maximum number of connections the whole thing
is allowed to maintain (which was pretty obvious in 0.5)? Is it the
Maximum number of Opennet peers, which is 20 at max? If so, how come
only 20 is the upper limit?

About accessing the node from elsewhere in the LAN -- isn't this
configured in the Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to
connect to FProxy? Because I put an internal IP of another computer
in my LAN there, but I can't access the site from it.

As for these two...
Directories downloading is allowed to
Directories uploading is allowed to
...if I understand this correctly, putting the string downloads
there will use the path defined in Default download directory
setting (where e.g. I have x:\download07 (without the quotes) -- is
this correct)?
What's the deal with If this is set to all any user can download
any file to anywhere on your computer! -- does it actually mean that
anyone who connects to my node will be able to read just about ANY
file on the system?

Oh, and BTW, I got this status message even after the auto-update to
the latest version:

12 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code.
Please report it to us at the bug tracker at
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Please include this message and what version of the node you are
running. The affected peers (you may not want to include this in your
bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
(12 IPs listed here).
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie to 0.7

2008-11-29 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 29 November 2008 08:38, Level 13 wrote:
 I've installed 0.7 yesterday (finally :) but I'm not getting rid of
 0.5 just yet). I like the fact that it's not eating that much of the
 computer resources as 0.5 (but then again, I've pretty much kept the
 restrictive default settings about the memory and such).

Welcome! And thanks.
 
 Now, to my questions... After one day, it still says:
 UDP Darknet port X Status unknown
 UDP Opennet port X Maybe port forwarded
 Why is this so? Both ports ARE port-forwarded, whereas the Darknet is
 not used yet (since I have no friends in a manner of speaking).
 However, an occasional packet to one of the ports is filtered every
 now and then, on either hardware firewall or the personal/software
 firewall (I hear it's because UDP packets tend to have problems with
 firewalls - or vice versa...). Other than that, browsing seems to work
 fine.

It is nontrivial to detect whether a port is forwarded or not, especially as 
some symmetric firewalls etc have long timeouts.

W.r.t. dropped packets ... if you have a low MTU and a firewall that drops 
fragmented packets, this can be bad for Freenet. What is your MTU?
 
 Where is the setting for maximum number of connections the whole thing
 is allowed to maintain (which was pretty obvious in 0.5)? Is it the
 Maximum number of Opennet peers, which is 20 at max? If so, how come
 only 20 is the upper limit?

20 is indeed the upper limit at the moment. More is not always better. Darknet 
nodes are unlikely to have more than 20, this was part of the thinking.
 
 About accessing the node from elsewhere in the LAN -- isn't this
 configured in the Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to
 connect to FProxy? Because I put an internal IP of another computer
 in my LAN there, but I can't access the site from it.

You need to set the addresses to listen on as well.
 
 As for these two...
 Directories downloading is allowed to
 Directories uploading is allowed to
 ...if I understand this correctly, putting the string downloads
 there will use the path defined in Default download directory
 setting (where e.g. I have x:\download07 (without the quotes) -- is
 this correct)?
 What's the deal with If this is set to all any user can download
 any file to anywhere on your computer! -- does it actually mean that
 anyone who connects to my node will be able to read just about ANY
 file on the system?

Any user who has access to FCP.
 
 Oh, and BTW, I got this status message even after the auto-update to
 the latest version:
 
 12 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
 even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code.
 Please report it to us at the bug tracker at
 https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Please include this message and what version of the node you are
 running. The affected peers (you may not want to include this in your
 bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
 (12 IPs listed here).

Known problem, sorry... will release a build at some point in the near future 
which we believe fixes it, at which point we will need to know if it hasn't 
been fixed.


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[freenet-support] Newbie reply 2

2007-05-01 Thread Volodya
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Brent Pugh wrote:
> Still cant figure any of this stuff out.i was thinking it was like
> limewire or something?   what am i supposed to do ...please help

Freenet itself is not searchable, the main reason for that is that the goal is 
*not*
file-sharing but anonymous censorship-resistant communication. There are some 
tools for
Freenet that allow you to share the files, you want to look at Frost (works 
similarly to
newsgroups) and Thaw.

If you still have the problem with localhost: on your browser it probably 
means that
your node (A) doesn't run on local machine (not very likely if you are a 
newbie), (B)
isn't started at the moment (start the node in the operating system way).

You also will need to exchange references with some people who already use 
Freenet, this
should be with people you trust not to spy on your communications. If you are 
desperate
and have nobody else to exchange with you want to join #freenet-refs on 
Freenode IRC network.

I hope this helps.
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[freenet-support] Newbie Reply

2007-05-01 Thread urza9...@gmail.com
well, unless something's changed in the newer versions (I still use
0.5 for various reasons), that means freenet isn't running. I'm
assuming you are running windows, so make sure the little freenet icon
appears in the system tray, and if so, right click and there should be
an option to view the error log.

But then again, my knowledge is based off running 0.5 on XP, before
0.7 even came out, so things might be a bit different. Maybe someone
else here can help you some if that's the case.

On 4/30/07, Brent Pugh  wrote:
> when i copy and paste the site it says cannot find server what am i
> doing wrong?
>
>
>
>
> You would search for files by either finding them on websites (check
> http://localhost: if you haven't already) or using the search
> feature of frost.
>
> On 4/30/07, Brent Pugh  wrote:
> > Hi I was wondering how to set this up and actually what it was.  I
> was
> > thinking of using fuqid .how do i search for files??
> > can anyone please hlep
> >
>
>
>  
> Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?
>  Check out new cars at Yahoo! Autos.
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie Reply

2007-05-01 Thread urza9814
well, unless something's changed in the newer versions (I still use
0.5 for various reasons), that means freenet isn't running. I'm
assuming you are running windows, so make sure the little freenet icon
appears in the system tray, and if so, right click and there should be
an option to view the error log.

But then again, my knowledge is based off running 0.5 on XP, before
0.7 even came out, so things might be a bit different. Maybe someone
else here can help you some if that's the case.

On 4/30/07, Brent Pugh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 when i copy and paste the site it says cannot find server what am i
 doing wrong?




 You would search for files by either finding them on websites (check
 http://localhost: if you haven't already) or using the search
 feature of frost.

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  Hi I was wondering how to set this up and actually what it was.  I
 was
  thinking of using fuqid .how do i search for files??
  can anyone please hlep
 


  
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[freenet-support] Newbie

2007-04-30 Thread urza9...@gmail.com
You would search for files by either finding them on websites (check
http://localhost: if you haven't already) or using the search
feature of frost.

On 4/30/07, Brent Pugh  wrote:
> Hi I was wondering how to set this up and actually what it was.  I was
> thinking of using fuqid .how do i search for files??
> can anyone please hlep
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[freenet-support] Newbie reply 2

2007-04-30 Thread Brent Pugh
Still cant figure any of this stuff out.i was thinking it was like limewire 
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie

2007-04-30 Thread urza9814
You would search for files by either finding them on websites (check
http://localhost: if you haven't already) or using the search
feature of frost.

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[freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2006-01-10 Thread MailMe

i'm confused as to what exactly your trying to do. when you open the gateway, 
you should see two percentages, load and outbound message overhead. generally 
speaking, you want these to be low. not necessarily as low as possible but you 
definitely do not want them reaching 100%. they are not targets. 100% or more 
load or 100% or more outbound message overhead is a bad thing. really the first 
thing to do would be to set up your Freenet. snce your from NZ using DSL, 
iguess you only have 128k upstream. s make sure you set your upstream bandwidth 
limit to perhaps no more then 13kbytes/s. if you're on a 256k downstream 
package, i also recommend you set you downstream bandwidth limit even if it 
isn't strictly necessary.

then i recommend you leave your node on for perhaps 6 hours. after this you 
should have a number of open connections, transfers etc. if you do not, there 
is a problem, come back here.

also be wary. the nature of freenet is that it is always transferring data in 
and out. if as with many nzers, you only have 10gb, your quota may quickly 
disappear if you're not careful, you might want to limit you upstream and 
downstream further (if you have a 2mbit connection, it's probably a good idea 
to limit it just in case). watch your quota carefully. if you want to use 
freenet efficiently, you should consider one of the ihug plans with a 'high' 
data allowance, perhaps the 40gb/40gb one.

good luck.

At 07:54 p.m. 18/12/2005, someone from nz  wrote:
>Hello Freenet Guru's,
>
>I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working in Win 
>Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
>I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my ADSL 
>modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
>Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which is, when I 
>open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless I keep hitting 
>refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the refresh refuses to have any 
>further effect
>
>I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put that in 
>the config file.
>I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten what I 
>changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on the Wiki.
>I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from 
>http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the "update Snapshot" 
>program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out every single 
>attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to download the seednode 
>update always times-out.
>
>No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes 
>sense. I"m no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't 
>seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly the 
>same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is probably very 
>obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than I currently have. I've 
>posted below all the details I think might be useful from the Gateway Page.
>Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.
>
>Merry Xmas from NZ!



Re: [freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2006-01-10 Thread MailMe

i'm confused as to what exactly your trying to do. when you open the gateway, 
you should see two percentages, load and outbound message overhead. generally 
speaking, you want these to be low. not necessarily as low as possible but you 
definitely do not want them reaching 100%. they are not targets. 100% or more 
load or 100% or more outbound message overhead is a bad thing. really the first 
thing to do would be to set up your Freenet. snce your from NZ using DSL, 
iguess you only have 128k upstream. s make sure you set your upstream bandwidth 
limit to perhaps no more then 13kbytes/s. if you're on a 256k downstream 
package, i also recommend you set you downstream bandwidth limit even if it 
isn't strictly necessary.

then i recommend you leave your node on for perhaps 6 hours. after this you 
should have a number of open connections, transfers etc. if you do not, there 
is a problem, come back here.

also be wary. the nature of freenet is that it is always transferring data in 
and out. if as with many nzers, you only have 10gb, your quota may quickly 
disappear if you're not careful, you might want to limit you upstream and 
downstream further (if you have a 2mbit connection, it's probably a good idea 
to limit it just in case). watch your quota carefully. if you want to use 
freenet efficiently, you should consider one of the ihug plans with a 'high' 
data allowance, perhaps the 40gb/40gb one.

good luck.

At 07:54 p.m. 18/12/2005, someone from nz  wrote:
Hello Freenet Guru's,

I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working in Win 
Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my ADSL 
modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which is, when I 
open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless I keep hitting 
refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the refresh refuses to have any 
further effect

I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put that in 
the config file.
I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten what I 
changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on the Wiki.
I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from 
http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the update Snapshot 
program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out every single 
attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to download the seednode 
update always times-out.

No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes 
sense. Im no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't 
seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly the 
same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is probably very 
obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than I currently have. I've 
posted below all the details I think might be useful from the Gateway Page.
Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.

Merry Xmas from NZ!
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[freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2005-12-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
Also, the percentage is irrelevant. However the fact that you have no
connections, and only 2 routing references, is bad, and the fact that
you can't get the thumbnails is too. How long have you been running
freenet for?

On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 07:54:18PM +1300, Shaun Burnett wrote:
> Hello Freenet Guru's,
> 
> I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working
> on Win Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
> I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my
> ADSL Modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
> Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which
> is, when I open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless
> I keep hitting refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the
> refresh refuses to have any further effect.
> 
> I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put
> that in the config file.
> I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten
> what I changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on
> the Wiki.
> I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from
> http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the "update
> Snapshot" program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out
> every single attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to
> download the seednode update always times-out.
> No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes 
> sense.
> I"m no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't
> seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly
> the same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is
> probably very obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than
> I currently have. I've posted below all the details I think might be
> useful from the Gateway Page.
> Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.
> 
> Merry Xmas from NZ!
> 
> ---
> Node Version  0.5
> Protocol Version  STABLE-1.51
> Build Number  5106
> CVS Revision  1.90.2.50.2.134 
> Current routingTime   0ms
> Current messageSendTimeRequest0ms
> Pooled threads running jobs   19 (15.8%)
> Pooled threads which are idle 4
> Current estimated load for QueryReject purposes   15%
> Current estimated load for rate limiting  15.8%
> Reason for load:  Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
> Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms <= overloadLow (100%)
> Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms <= overloadLow (100%)
> Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 req/hr *
> 0.0625 (pTransfer) * 0.0 bytes = 0 bytes/hr expected from current
> requests, but maxInputBytes/minute = 0 (max observed bytes per minute)
> * 60 * 1.1 = 0 bytes/hr target
> Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to
> load):1.0
> Current estimated requests per hour:  763.6995942039521
> Current global quota (requests per hour): 3879.304592653721
> Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:  0
> Current outgoing request rate 3600.0
> Current probability of a request succeeding by routing?
> Current probability of an inbound request causing a transfer outwards 50%
> Current target (best case single node) probability of a request succeeding
> 0%
> 
> 
> 
> Sun Dec 18 19:43:37 NZDT 2005
> 
> [More details]
> Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 0 (0/0/50)
> Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 0 (0/0)
> Data waiting to be transferredNone
> Total amount of data transferred  1,811 Bytes
>   
> Outbound connections legend   Inbound connections legend
>   IdleIdle
>   Transmitting data   Transmitting data
>   Receiving data  Receiving data
>   Receiving and transmitting data Receiving and 
> transmitting data
> Number of requests (sent/received) 0/0
> 
> --
> 
> 2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT
> 
> * Smoothed local mean traffic (queries per hour): 1.000
> * Smoothing half life (lsHalfLifeHours): 1.200 hour. That is, the
> rate decays completely to a new value after 12.000 hour.
> * Instantaneous local traffic: 0.000 queries per hour. That is,
> the last 0 queries arrived in 1134888284.281 second or 315246.746
> hour.
> * Current proportion of requests being accepted: 1.000
> * Current advertise probability: 0.050
> * Traffic data from 2 nodes (max allowed 100), of which 2 were
> used. The oldest 5% and the smallest and largest 5% (up to 10% if the
> table is not full) are not used in computing statistics.
> * Global mean traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
> * Global median traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
> * Standard Deviation of global traffic per node: 0.000
> 
> Class Queries per houras of   Node fingerprint
> Used  1   2005-12-18 19:39:03.390 NZDT0x0 :
> Used  1   

[freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2005-12-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
Try to download the file directly:
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/seednodes/

On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 07:54:18PM +1300, Shaun Burnett wrote:
> Hello Freenet Guru's,
> 
> I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working
> on Win Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
> I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my
> ADSL Modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
> Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which
> is, when I open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless
> I keep hitting refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the
> refresh refuses to have any further effect.
> 
> I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put
> that in the config file.
> I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten
> what I changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on
> the Wiki.
> I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from
> http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the "update
> Snapshot" program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out
> every single attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to
> download the seednode update always times-out.
> No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes 
> sense.
> I"m no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't
> seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly
> the same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is
> probably very obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than
> I currently have. I've posted below all the details I think might be
> useful from the Gateway Page.
> Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.
> 
> Merry Xmas from NZ!
> 
> ---
> Node Version  0.5
> Protocol Version  STABLE-1.51
> Build Number  5106
> CVS Revision  1.90.2.50.2.134 
> Current routingTime   0ms
> Current messageSendTimeRequest0ms
> Pooled threads running jobs   19 (15.8%)
> Pooled threads which are idle 4
> Current estimated load for QueryReject purposes   15%
> Current estimated load for rate limiting  15.8%
> Reason for load:  Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
> Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms <= overloadLow (100%)
> Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms <= overloadLow (100%)
> Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 req/hr *
> 0.0625 (pTransfer) * 0.0 bytes = 0 bytes/hr expected from current
> requests, but maxInputBytes/minute = 0 (max observed bytes per minute)
> * 60 * 1.1 = 0 bytes/hr target
> Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to
> load):1.0
> Current estimated requests per hour:  763.6995942039521
> Current global quota (requests per hour): 3879.304592653721
> Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:  0
> Current outgoing request rate 3600.0
> Current probability of a request succeeding by routing?
> Current probability of an inbound request causing a transfer outwards 50%
> Current target (best case single node) probability of a request succeeding
> 0%
> 
> 
> 
> Sun Dec 18 19:43:37 NZDT 2005
> 
> [More details]
> Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 0 (0/0/50)
> Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 0 (0/0)
> Data waiting to be transferredNone
> Total amount of data transferred  1,811 Bytes
>   
> Outbound connections legend   Inbound connections legend
>   IdleIdle
>   Transmitting data   Transmitting data
>   Receiving data  Receiving data
>   Receiving and transmitting data Receiving and 
> transmitting data
> Number of requests (sent/received) 0/0
> 
> --
> 
> 2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT
> 
> * Smoothed local mean traffic (queries per hour): 1.000
> * Smoothing half life (lsHalfLifeHours): 1.200 hour. That is, the
> rate decays completely to a new value after 12.000 hour.
> * Instantaneous local traffic: 0.000 queries per hour. That is,
> the last 0 queries arrived in 1134888284.281 second or 315246.746
> hour.
> * Current proportion of requests being accepted: 1.000
> * Current advertise probability: 0.050
> * Traffic data from 2 nodes (max allowed 100), of which 2 were
> used. The oldest 5% and the smallest and largest 5% (up to 10% if the
> table is not full) are not used in computing statistics.
> * Global mean traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
> * Global median traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
> * Standard Deviation of global traffic per node: 0.000
> 
> Class Queries per houras of   Node fingerprint
> Used  1   2005-12-18 19:39:03.390 NZDT0x0 :
> Used  1   2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT0x0 :
> 
> 
> 
> Uptime:   0 days,   0 hours,   4 minutes
> Current routingTime: 0ms.
> Pooled 

Re: [freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2005-12-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
Also, the percentage is irrelevant. However the fact that you have no
connections, and only 2 routing references, is bad, and the fact that
you can't get the thumbnails is too. How long have you been running
freenet for?

On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 07:54:18PM +1300, Shaun Burnett wrote:
 Hello Freenet Guru's,
 
 I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working
 on Win Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
 I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my
 ADSL Modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
 Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which
 is, when I open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless
 I keep hitting refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the
 refresh refuses to have any further effect.
 
 I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put
 that in the config file.
 I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten
 what I changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on
 the Wiki.
 I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from
 http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the update
 Snapshot program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out
 every single attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to
 download the seednode update always times-out.
 No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes 
 sense.
 Im no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't
 seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly
 the same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is
 probably very obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than
 I currently have. I've posted below all the details I think might be
 useful from the Gateway Page.
 Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.
 
 Merry Xmas from NZ!
 
 ---
 Node Version  0.5
 Protocol Version  STABLE-1.51
 Build Number  5106
 CVS Revision  1.90.2.50.2.134 
 Current routingTime   0ms
 Current messageSendTimeRequest0ms
 Pooled threads running jobs   19 (15.8%)
 Pooled threads which are idle 4
 Current estimated load for QueryReject purposes   15%
 Current estimated load for rate limiting  15.8%
 Reason for load:  Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
 Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
 Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms = overloadLow (100%)
 Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 req/hr *
 0.0625 (pTransfer) * 0.0 bytes = 0 bytes/hr expected from current
 requests, but maxInputBytes/minute = 0 (max observed bytes per minute)
 * 60 * 1.1 = 0 bytes/hr target
 Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to
 load):1.0
 Current estimated requests per hour:  763.6995942039521
 Current global quota (requests per hour): 3879.304592653721
 Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:  0
 Current outgoing request rate 3600.0
 Current probability of a request succeeding by routing?
 Current probability of an inbound request causing a transfer outwards 50%
 Current target (best case single node) probability of a request succeeding
 0%
 
 
 
 Sun Dec 18 19:43:37 NZDT 2005
 
 [More details]
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 0 (0/0/50)
 Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 0 (0/0)
 Data waiting to be transferredNone
 Total amount of data transferred  1,811 Bytes
   
 Outbound connections legend   Inbound connections legend
   IdleIdle
   Transmitting data   Transmitting data
   Receiving data  Receiving data
   Receiving and transmitting data Receiving and 
 transmitting data
 Number of requests (sent/received) 0/0
 
 --
 
 2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT
 
 * Smoothed local mean traffic (queries per hour): 1.000
 * Smoothing half life (lsHalfLifeHours): 1.200 hour. That is, the
 rate decays completely to a new value after 12.000 hour.
 * Instantaneous local traffic: 0.000 queries per hour. That is,
 the last 0 queries arrived in 1134888284.281 second or 315246.746
 hour.
 * Current proportion of requests being accepted: 1.000
 * Current advertise probability: 0.050
 * Traffic data from 2 nodes (max allowed 100), of which 2 were
 used. The oldest 5% and the smallest and largest 5% (up to 10% if the
 table is not full) are not used in computing statistics.
 * Global mean traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
 * Global median traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
 * Standard Deviation of global traffic per node: 0.000
 
 Class Queries per houras of   Node fingerprint
 Used  1   2005-12-18 19:39:03.390 NZDT0x0 :
 Used  1   2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT0x0 :
 
 
 
 Uptime:   0 days,   0 hours,   4 minutes
 Current 

[freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2005-12-18 Thread Shaun Burnett
Hello Freenet Guru's,

I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working
on Win Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my
ADSL Modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which
is, when I open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless
I keep hitting refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the
refresh refuses to have any further effect.

I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put
that in the config file.
I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten
what I changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on
the Wiki.
I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from
http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the "update
Snapshot" program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out
every single attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to
download the seednode update always times-out.
No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes sense.
I"m no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't
seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly
the same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is
probably very obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than
I currently have. I've posted below all the details I think might be
useful from the Gateway Page.
Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.

Merry Xmas from NZ!

---
Node Version0.5
Protocol VersionSTABLE-1.51
Build Number5106
CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.134 
Current routingTime 0ms
Current messageSendTimeRequest  0ms
Pooled threads running jobs 19 (15.8%)
Pooled threads which are idle   4
Current estimated load for QueryReject purposes 15%
Current estimated load for rate limiting15.8%
Reason for load:Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms <= overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms <= overloadLow (100%)
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 req/hr *
0.0625 (pTransfer) * 0.0 bytes = 0 bytes/hr expected from current
requests, but maxInputBytes/minute = 0 (max observed bytes per minute)
* 60 * 1.1 = 0 bytes/hr target
Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to
load):  1.0
Current estimated requests per hour:763.6995942039521
Current global quota (requests per hour):   3879.304592653721
Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:0
Current outgoing request rate   3600.0
Current probability of a request succeeding by routing  ?
Current probability of an inbound request causing a transfer outwards   50%
Current target (best case single node) probability of a request succeeding  
0%



Sun Dec 18 19:43:37 NZDT 2005

[More details]
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   0 (0/0/50)
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   0 (0/0)
Data waiting to be transferred  None
Total amount of data transferred1,811 Bytes

Outbound connections legend Inbound connections legend
IdleIdle
Transmitting data   Transmitting data
Receiving data  Receiving data
Receiving and transmitting data Receiving and 
transmitting data
Number of requests (sent/received) 0/0

--

2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT

* Smoothed local mean traffic (queries per hour): 1.000
* Smoothing half life (lsHalfLifeHours): 1.200 hour. That is, the
rate decays completely to a new value after 12.000 hour.
* Instantaneous local traffic: 0.000 queries per hour. That is,
the last 0 queries arrived in 1134888284.281 second or 315246.746
hour.
* Current proportion of requests being accepted: 1.000
* Current advertise probability: 0.050
* Traffic data from 2 nodes (max allowed 100), of which 2 were
used. The oldest 5% and the smallest and largest 5% (up to 10% if the
table is not full) are not used in computing statistics.
* Global mean traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
* Global median traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
* Standard Deviation of global traffic per node: 0.000

Class   Queries per houras of   Node fingerprint
Used1   2005-12-18 19:39:03.390 NZDT0x0 :
Used1   2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT0x0 :



Uptime:   0 days,   0 hours,   4 minutes
Current routingTime: 0ms.
Pooled threads running jobs: 19 (15.8%)
Pooled threads which are idle: 6
Current estimated load for rate limiting: 15.8%.
Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms <= overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms <= overloadLow (100%)
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% 

[freenet-support] Newbie can't connect.

2005-12-17 Thread Shaun Burnett
Hello Freenet Guru's,

I've been trying for the last few weeks to get a Freenet node working
on Win Xp (SP 2), and although I'm not networking champion, I think
I've done everything I should.  I've opened up the correct port in my
ADSL Modem / Router / Firewall and yet I still can't get anywhere. 
Even when I switch to Dial up, I still have the same trouble, which
is, when I open the Gateway it says Build 5106 and stops at 5%, unless
I keep hitting refresh in which I can get it go to 40% before the
refresh refuses to have any further effect.

I've got the DNS update service running (non static IP) and have put
that in the config file.
I've changed the max number of connections, but have since forgotten
what I changed it to; it was to a recommendation I read somewhere on
the Wiki.
I've also tried to download the latest seednode info from
http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/ and also using the update
Snapshot program, which downloads the Jaw update fine but times-out
every single attempt on the seednode update part.  Any attempt to
download the seednode update always times-out.
No thumbnail images load on the main gateway page either...if that makes sense.
Im no expert so I'm really stuffed for anymore solutions. It doesn't
seem to be my router, as even when I use dial up, I still have exactly
the same results.  I could really use some help, as my problem is
probably very obvious to somebody with more networking knowledge than
I currently have. I've posted below all the details I think might be
useful from the Gateway Page.
Thanks heaps in advance to anybody who tries to help.

Merry Xmas from NZ!

---
Node Version0.5
Protocol VersionSTABLE-1.51
Build Number5106
CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.134 
Current routingTime 0ms
Current messageSendTimeRequest  0ms
Pooled threads running jobs 19 (15.8%)
Pooled threads which are idle   4
Current estimated load for QueryReject purposes 15%
Current estimated load for rate limiting15.8%
Reason for load:Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 req/hr *
0.0625 (pTransfer) * 0.0 bytes = 0 bytes/hr expected from current
requests, but maxInputBytes/minute = 0 (max observed bytes per minute)
* 60 * 1.1 = 0 bytes/hr target
Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to
load):  1.0
Current estimated requests per hour:763.6995942039521
Current global quota (requests per hour):   3879.304592653721
Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:0
Current outgoing request rate   3600.0
Current probability of a request succeeding by routing  ?
Current probability of an inbound request causing a transfer outwards   50%
Current target (best case single node) probability of a request succeeding  
0%



Sun Dec 18 19:43:37 NZDT 2005

[More details]
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   0 (0/0/50)
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   0 (0/0)
Data waiting to be transferred  None
Total amount of data transferred1,811 Bytes

Outbound connections legend Inbound connections legend
IdleIdle
Transmitting data   Transmitting data
Receiving data  Receiving data
Receiving and transmitting data Receiving and 
transmitting data
Number of requests (sent/received) 0/0

--

2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT

* Smoothed local mean traffic (queries per hour): 1.000
* Smoothing half life (lsHalfLifeHours): 1.200 hour. That is, the
rate decays completely to a new value after 12.000 hour.
* Instantaneous local traffic: 0.000 queries per hour. That is,
the last 0 queries arrived in 1134888284.281 second or 315246.746
hour.
* Current proportion of requests being accepted: 1.000
* Current advertise probability: 0.050
* Traffic data from 2 nodes (max allowed 100), of which 2 were
used. The oldest 5% and the smallest and largest 5% (up to 10% if the
table is not full) are not used in computing statistics.
* Global mean traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
* Global median traffic per node (queries per hour): 1.000
* Standard Deviation of global traffic per node: 0.000

Class   Queries per houras of   Node fingerprint
Used1   2005-12-18 19:39:03.390 NZDT0x0 :
Used1   2005-12-18 19:44:44.281 NZDT0x0 :



Uptime:   0 days,   0 hours,   4 minutes
Current routingTime: 0ms.
Pooled threads running jobs: 19 (15.8%)
Pooled threads which are idle: 6
Current estimated load for rate limiting: 15.8%.
Load due to thread limit = 15.8%
Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% 

[freenet-support] Newbie-questions

2005-01-19 Thread 4321fred1234
Hello!

I consider running my own node and have the following Questions:
(By the way, you really should put some examples about bandwith, traffic and so 
on in the faq-section!)

1.
I´ve DSL with a variable IP that changes every 24 hours. My upstream bandwith 
is 20 (perhaps soon 40) kByte/s.
Can I run a node under these circumstances that is usefull to the 
freenet-project?
Is there more upstream- or downstream-traffic?

2.
Is there any difference between these possibillities:
a, I run my node 24 hours when I run it, but not every day.
b, I run my node all the time, but it has to reconnect every 24 hours and gets 
a new IP address every time.
c, I run my node a few hours every day, e.g. every night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

3.
I would by a seperate PC as a server that doesn´t need too much energy. Would a 
Via CPU 1Ghz be enough? Or a old pentium 3 700Mhz? How much RAM do I need for 
20 (40) kb/s?

4.
What traffic have I to expect or what bandwith is indeed used all the time of 
my 20 (40) kb/s?

5.
How much HD space do I need? (When a DSL-flat for my node is costing 400$ a 
year, I don´t want to destroy the performance of my node by having too few HD 
space!!!)

6.
Do you know if its possible to install the software on gentoo-linux?
(That is only theoretecal, I´m still a absuolute newbie cocerning linux!!!)

7.Have you any experience in running a node on a rootserver? What CPU and RAM 
would I need to serve a bandwith of 2Mbit (up and down) ?

8. Are there any mechanisms included in freenet that prefer the distribution of 
small files like text? Otherwise, freenet could be kept small easily just by 
transfering some huge files which need a lot of traffic.
In other words: I don't want that there are a few people who share there movies 
and that makes the biggest part of my traffic and slows freenet down.

Thanks
Fred
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie-questions

2005-01-19 Thread Toad
On Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 05:39:48PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hello!
 
 I consider running my own node and have the following Questions:
 (By the way, you really should put some examples about bandwith, traffic and 
 so on in the faq-section!)
 
 1.
 I?ve DSL with a variable IP that changes every 24 hours. My upstream bandwith 
 is 20 (perhaps soon 40) kByte/s.
 Can I run a node under these circumstances that is usefull to the 
 freenet-project?

Yes.

 Is there more upstream- or downstream-traffic?

It's roughly symmetrical. Depending on your usage.
 
 2.
 Is there any difference between these possibillities:
 a, I run my node 24 hours when I run it, but not every day.

This is okay.

 b, I run my node all the time, but it has to reconnect every 24 hours and 
 gets a new IP address every time.

This is better.

 c, I run my node a few hours every day, e.g. every night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

This isn't so good.

More uptime is generally better.
 
 3.
 I would by a seperate PC as a server that doesn?t need too much energy. Would 
 a Via CPU 1Ghz be enough? Or a old pentium 3 700Mhz? How much RAM do I need 
 for 20 (40) kb/s?

Probably. You need around 192MB for the node... although people have
made them run in considerably less...
 
 4.
 What traffic have I to expect or what bandwith is indeed used all the time of 
 my 20 (40) kb/s?

You can throttle it down to 10kB/sec if you need to. But if you have a
monthly limit you will have problems.
 
 5.
 How much HD space do I need? (When a DSL-flat for my node is costing 400$ a 
 year, I don?t want to destroy the performance of my node by having too few HD 
 space!!!)

The default is 256MB, which is rather small, or 10% of available disk
space (on windows). I recommend you increase this to a reasonably large
size. 20GB is a bit large, but many people have nodes with even bigger
stores. 5GB should be useful to you and the network. As much as you can
afford, really, although really big stores may cause more memory usage.
 
 6.
 Do you know if its possible to install the software on gentoo-linux?
 (That is only theoretecal, I?m still a absuolute newbie cocerning linux!!!)

Yes, it is possible. I'm not sure you should be using gentoo if you're a
complete newbie though. :)
 
 7.Have you any experience in running a node on a rootserver? What CPU and RAM 
 would I need to serve a bandwith of 2Mbit (up and down) ?

What's a rootserver? You mean a vhost? To serve 2Mbps, you'd need a
bigger CPU and more RAM... it's been done though..
 
 8. Are there any mechanisms included in freenet that prefer the distribution 
 of small files like text? Otherwise, freenet could be kept small easily 
 just by transfering some huge files which need a lot of traffic.

If there were, people who want to share big files would simply split the
big files into lots of small textfile-sized chunks. Sorry, we have to
live with that. Besides which, there is small porn, large porn, small
politically interesting sites, large politically interesting videos,
largish leaked software... size is not always a good indicator of
content. And there is such a thing as cover traffic. Although
obviously I don't endorse any illegal files that may be transferred over
Freenet (except the Diebold files! ;) ).

 In other words: I don't want that there are a few people who share there 
 movies and that makes the biggest part of my traffic and slows freenet down.
 
 Thanks
 Fred
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie-questions

2005-01-19 Thread Todd Walton
On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 17:39:48 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 6.
 Do you know if its possible to install the software on gentoo-linux?
 (That is only theoretecal, I´m still a absuolute newbie cocerning linux!!!)

It definitely is possible to install Freenet on Gentoo Linux.  If you
do, use the forums or email me with problems you have.  I'm running
Freenet on Gentoo, and I've seen and conquered the couple of problems
you might run into.

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Re: [freenet-support] (Newbie) Very little success retrieving data (5091)

2004-08-16 Thread Toad
With 100 connections open, it ought not to RNF _all_ the time... but if
you haven't had the node up for at least 24 hours, it won't perform
well. If you click Advanced mode on the web interface, it will give more
information about errors, and you can access Node Status; then click on
Routing Table, and send me the top 15 lines.

On Sat, Aug 14, 2004 at 02:19:39PM -0500, Todd Pytel wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 This is the first time I've checked out Freenet, so I'm not sure if I
 have genuine problems or this is just the way it is. 
 
 Basically, the problem is that I can't browse anything. Well, mostly.
 After the node was running for about an hour, I was able to access the
 Freedom Engine (though none of the links worked). FIND came up a few
 hours later. And Content of Evil is available now, about 18 hours after
 the node went live. But just about every link I follow from any of those
 comes up with an error. The errors are different and apparently random -
 I've gotten Network is busy, Data not found, Couldn't retrieve
 key, and others. It appears that attempting to access a key makes it
 marginally more likely to succeed in the future. Is there something I
 should be doing to make things work better? I made the Firefox config
 changes recommended in the README. Traffic monitoring shows that data is
 indeed being moved onto my node (several gigabytes so far), and there
 are roughly 100 open connections showing at any given time. This is for
 build 5091 on Sun JVM 1.4.2, Debian Linux.
 
 If there's more helpful info I can provide, let me know - I don't really
 know what's relevant and what isn't just yet.
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie : is my installation good ?

2004-08-16 Thread Toad
Hmm. Did you reseed after updating? Were you running a build before 5089
before you updated? How long has your node been running? It may help to
just leave it running for 24 hours or so; it will find more nodes...

On Sun, Aug 15, 2004 at 10:52:03PM +0200, Flesch Laurent wrote:
 Have installed the update 5091 and still have only 32 nodes :
 
 Number of known routing nodes 32 
 Number of node references 32 
 Number of newbie nodes 1 
 Number of uncontactable nodes 0 
 Contacted and attempted to contact node references 32 
 Contacted node references 3 
 Contacted newbie node references 0 
 Connections with Successful Transfers 3 
 Backed off nodes 3 
 Connection Attempts 286 
 Successful Connections 5 
 Lowest max estimated search time 0ms 
 Lowest max estimated DNF time 0ms 
 Lowest global search time estimate 3315.0ms 
 Highest global search time estimate 13270.0ms 
 Lowest global transfer rate estimate 451 bytes/second 
 Highest global transfer rate estimate 1 553 bytes/second 
 Lowest one hop probability of DNF 0,8874 
 Highest one hop probability of DNF 0,9475 
 Lowest one hop probability of transfer failure 0,0476 
 Highest one hop probability of transfer failure 0, 
 Single hop probability of QueryRejected 0.043 
 Single hop average time for QueryRejected 5035.026553250033 
 Single hop probability of early timeout 0.324 
 Single hop average time for early timeout 18029.086762984993 
 Single hop probability of search timeout 0.572 
 Single hop average time for search timeout 66627.9187723576 
 Single hop overall probability of DNF given no timeout 0.898 
 Single hop overall probability of transfer failure given transfer
 0.12827225130890052 
 Probability of transfer given incoming request 0.0 
 Total number of requests that didn't QR 119 
 Total number of reqests that timed out before a QR or Accepted 35 
 Implementation freenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable 
 
 
 It tried http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm as proposed.
 Here is the result :
 
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 3 (0/3/200) 
 Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 11 (0/11) 
 Data waiting to be transferred None 
 Total amount of data transferred 10 MiB 
 
 
 Any sugestion would be very appreciated.
 Thanks for your help,
 Laurent
  
 
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 ? : lflesch.domicile; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Objet : Re: [freenet-support] Newbie : is my installation good ?
 
 On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 04:39:04PM +0200, lflesch.domicile wrote:
  I'm actually making a tree with freenet.
  Installed freenet build 5090 on XP pro + frost.
  I have configured my node as permanent node and have made a reseed with
 the seednode found on freenet homepage.
  
  Everything seems working yet :
  - After 3 days o connection, I have only maxi 30 reference node connected.
 Is it normal. What is a typical number ?
 
 No. It should be higher than that. See
 http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm
 
 Near the top it should say something like:
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 82 (30/52/200)
 
 Show me - are there any inbound connections?
 
  - Browsing a freesite is very hard. In fact, I succeeded only once opening
 one of the site proposed. Is it normal ?
 
 No. Well, mostly no. :). Consequence of the above.
  
  I hope all your advices to help me diagnose and tune my installation.
  Thanks !
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RE: [freenet-support] Newbie : is my installation good ?

2004-08-15 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
hm, that is really poor. your node might be taught some other nodes.

download http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref and store it within your 
freenet directory, overwriting the existing file. then stop and restart your node so 
it will reseed itself from that file, importing all 
node references stored within. this procedure is called reseeding. maybe you even 
don't need to stop and restart the node; but as your node is pretty currently useless 
to you and the network, no harm is done 
when you take it down for a few minutes

HTH

Have installed the update 5091 and still have only 32 nodes :

Number of known routing nodes 32 
Number of node references 32 
Number of newbie nodes 1 
Number of uncontactable nodes 0 
Contacted and attempted to contact node references 32 
Contacted node references 3 
Contacted newbie node references 0 
Connections with Successful Transfers 3 
Backed off nodes 3 
Connection Attempts 286 
Successful Connections 5 
Lowest max estimated search time 0ms 
Lowest max estimated DNF time 0ms 
Lowest global search time estimate 3315.0ms 
Highest global search time estimate 13270.0ms 
Lowest global transfer rate estimate 451 bytes/second 
Highest global transfer rate estimate 1 553 bytes/second 
Lowest one hop probability of DNF 0,8874 
Highest one hop probability of DNF 0,9475 
Lowest one hop probability of transfer failure 0,0476 
Highest one hop probability of transfer failure 0, 
Single hop probability of QueryRejected 0.043 
Single hop average time for QueryRejected 5035.026553250033 
Single hop probability of early timeout 0.324 
Single hop average time for early timeout 18029.086762984993 
Single hop probability of search timeout 0.572 
Single hop average time for search timeout 66627.9187723576 
Single hop overall probability of DNF given no timeout 0.898 
Single hop overall probability of transfer failure given transfer
0.12827225130890052 
Probability of transfer given incoming request 0.0 
Total number of requests that didn't QR 119 
Total number of reqests that timed out before a QR or Accepted 35 
Implementation freenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable 


It tried http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm as proposed.
Here is the result :

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 3 (0/3/200) 
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 11 (0/11) 
Data waiting to be transferred None 
Total amount of data transferred 10 MiB 


Any sugestion would be very appreciated.
Thanks for your help,
Laurent
 

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Objet : Re: [freenet-support] Newbie : is my installation good ?

On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 04:39:04PM +0200, lflesch.domicile wrote:
 I'm actually making a tree with freenet.
 Installed freenet build 5090 on XP pro + frost.
 I have configured my node as permanent node and have made a reseed with
the seednode found on freenet homepage.
 
 Everything seems working yet :
 - After 3 days o connection, I have only maxi 30 reference node connected.
Is it normal. What is a typical number ?

No. It should be higher than that. See
http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm

Near the top it should say something like:
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)  82 (30/52/200)

Show me - are there any inbound connections?

 - Browsing a freesite is very hard. In fact, I succeeded only once opening
one of the site proposed. Is it normal ?

No. Well, mostly no. :). Consequence of the above.
 
 I hope all your advices to help me diagnose and tune my installation.
 Thanks !
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[freenet-support] (Newbie) Very little success retrieving data (5091)

2004-08-14 Thread Todd Pytel
Hi all,

This is the first time I've checked out Freenet, so I'm not sure if I
have genuine problems or this is just the way it is. 

Basically, the problem is that I can't browse anything. Well, mostly.
After the node was running for about an hour, I was able to access the
Freedom Engine (though none of the links worked). FIND came up a few
hours later. And Content of Evil is available now, about 18 hours after
the node went live. But just about every link I follow from any of those
comes up with an error. The errors are different and apparently random -
I've gotten Network is busy, Data not found, Couldn't retrieve
key, and others. It appears that attempting to access a key makes it
marginally more likely to succeed in the future. Is there something I
should be doing to make things work better? I made the Firefox config
changes recommended in the README. Traffic monitoring shows that data is
indeed being moved onto my node (several gigabytes so far), and there
are roughly 100 open connections showing at any given time. This is for
build 5091 on Sun JVM 1.4.2, Debian Linux.

If there's more helpful info I can provide, let me know - I don't really
know what's relevant and what isn't just yet.

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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie : is my installation good ?

2004-08-11 Thread Toad
On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 04:39:04PM +0200, lflesch.domicile wrote:
 I'm actually making a tree with freenet.
 Installed freenet build 5090 on XP pro + frost.
 I have configured my node as permanent node and have made a reseed with the seednode 
 found on freenet homepage.
 
 Everything seems working yet :
 - After 3 days o connection, I have only maxi 30 reference node connected. Is it 
 normal. What is a typical number ?

No. It should be higher than that. See
http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm

Near the top it should say something like:
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   82 (30/52/200)

Show me - are there any inbound connections?

 - Browsing a freesite is very hard. In fact, I succeeded only once opening one of 
 the site proposed. Is it normal ?

No. Well, mostly no. :). Consequence of the above.
 
 I hope all your advices to help me diagnose and tune my installation.
 Thanks !
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie help WinXP cannot access http://127.0.0.1:8888/

2004-04-21 Thread Toad
On Thu, Apr 15, 2004 at 09:05:49AM +0300, Roger Oksanen wrote:
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 On Thursday 15 April 2004 04:50, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
  However, whenever I point a browser to http://127.0.0.1:/ the
  browser continuously tries to return something but even after an hour
  - nothing  is displayed (tried in both Mozilla and IE) although the
  address now reads http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/
 
 Do you use a www proxy? If you use, you must disable it for localhost.
 
 
  Below is the beginning of my log
  
  Apr 15, 2004 2:08:34 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Starting
  Freenet (Fred) 0.5 node, build #5076 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java
  HotSpot(TM) Client VM:1.4.0_01-ea-b02
 
 It's a rather old JVM, you should try to upgrade to 1.4.2. As for the 
 other messages, none of them looks critical, but if you get a lot of 
 them, they might indicate a problem with the JVM..

1.4.0 has some big problems with NIO. This is probably the issue here.
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie help WinXP cannot access http://127.0.0.1:8888/

2004-04-15 Thread Roger Oksanen
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On Thursday 15 April 2004 04:50, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 However, whenever I point a browser to http://127.0.0.1:/ the
 browser continuously tries to return something but even after an hour
 - nothing  is displayed (tried in both Mozilla and IE) although the
 address now reads http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/

Do you use a www proxy? If you use, you must disable it for localhost.


 Below is the beginning of my log
 
 Apr 15, 2004 2:08:34 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Starting
 Freenet (Fred) 0.5 node, build #5076 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java
 HotSpot(TM) Client VM:1.4.0_01-ea-b02

It's a rather old JVM, you should try to upgrade to 1.4.2. As for the 
other messages, none of them looks critical, but if you get a lot of 
them, they might indicate a problem with the JVM..

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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie help WinXP cannot accesshttp://127.0.0.1:8888/

2004-04-15 Thread Niklas Bergh
 Below is the beginning of my log

 Apr 15, 2004 2:08:34 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Starting
 Freenet (Fred) 0.5 node, build #5076 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java
 HotSpot(TM) Client VM:1.4.0_01-ea-b02

It's a rather old JVM, you should try to upgrade to 1.4.2. As for the
other messages, none of them looks critical, but if you get a lot of
them, they might indicate a problem with the JVM..

It actually is so old that we _know_ there are bugs in it which prevents
fred from working correctly :)

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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie help WinXP cannot access http://127.0.0.1:8888/

2004-04-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Wednesday 14 April 2004 21:50, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I have installed Freenet version 0.5.2.8 (14th Mar 2004)  = build 5076 on
 Windows XP.
 I have a DSL connection with a static ip address, and no hardware
 firewall or NAT.
 I do use a software firewall (although I have disabled it to discount the
 software firewall from my problems)
 I have configured Freenet so that the node address is my static ip
 address, and I have imported new node references.
 The hosts allowed access are still the default 127.0.0.1,localhost and
 the FProxy port is still the default .
 Freenet seems to start OK (I can see the blue rabbit with Freenet is
 running in the systray), and I can see a lot of outbound TCP traffic for
 javaw.exe.

 However, whenever I point a browser to http://127.0.0.1:/ the browser
 continuously tries to return something but even after an hour - nothing
 is displayed (tried in both Mozilla and IE) although the address now
 reads http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/

The change of URL means that fproxy is running.

 All those entries marked NORMAL seems to be a good thing, but then the
 ERRORs start...

 pr 15, 2004 2:13:56 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-12,
 ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
 719918.62.0.6:25216,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Apr 15, 2004 2:13:56 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-1,
 ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
 7208217.157.163.94:24601,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Apr 15, 2004 2:13:57 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-13,
 ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
 7195129.240.200.147:31038,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Apr 15, 2004 2:13:57 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, YThread-36,
 NORMAL): RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
 Apr 15, 2004 2:13:57 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-21,
 ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
 721666.93.82.14:9092,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Apr 15, 2004 2:14:01 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream, YThread-56,
 NORMAL): waited more than 5 minutes in NIOIS.read() tcp/connection:
 7257216.27.160.171:12755,[EMAIL PROTECTED]:freenet.su
[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
 java.lang.Exception: debug
   at freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream.read(NIOInputStream.java:293)
   at java.io.FilterInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
   at freenet.session.FnpLink.negotiateOutbound(FnpLink.java:750)
   at freenet.session.FnpLink.solicit(FnpLink.java:240)
   at freenet.session.FnpLinkManager.createOutgoing(FnpLinkManager.java:109)
   at
 freenet.OpenConnectionManager$ConnectionJob.run(OpenConnectionManager.java:
814) at
 freenet.OpenConnectionManager.createConnection(OpenConnectionManager.java:4
20) at freenet.node.ConnectionOpener.checkpoint(ConnectionOpener.java:215)
 at
 freenet.node.states.maintenance.Checkpoint.checkpoint(Checkpoint.java:54)
 at freenet.node.states.maintenance.Checkpoint.received(Checkpoint.java:47)
 at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:177)
   at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:61)
   at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.run(StateChain
ManagingMessageHandler.java:332) at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.received(State
ChainManagingMessageHandler.java:285) at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.access$100(Sta
teChainManagingMessageHandler.java:204) at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler.handle(StateChainManagingMess
ageHandler.java:96) at freenet.Ticker$Event.run(Ticker.java:322)
   at freenet.thread.YThreadFactory$YThread.run(YThreadFactory.java:250)


 can anyone help

This sounds like inbound packets can't get in, which may be a result of 
improperly shutting down the firewall. From another computer, try telnet 
your IP address your Freenet port. You should get a connection, though 
when you try to say something it will hang up on you. Also try running 
tcpdump or ethereal on the connection, and see if any traffic is getting in. 
If the box you're running Freenet on doesn't have these programs, find one 
that does and connect it to your network. If the IP address is externally 
visible, you'll have to set the other box to a martian address; I haven't 
tried sniffing martians.

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[freenet-support] Newbie help WinXP cannot access http://127.0.0.1:8888/

2004-04-14 Thread g_12345
I have installed Freenet version 0.5.2.8 (14th Mar 2004)  = build 5076 on
Windows XP. 
I have a DSL connection with a static ip address, and no hardware
firewall or NAT.
I do use a software firewall (although I have disabled it to discount the
software firewall from my problems)
I have configured Freenet so that the node address is my static ip
address, and I have imported new node references.
The hosts allowed access are still the default 127.0.0.1,localhost and
the FProxy port is still the default .
Freenet seems to start OK (I can see the blue rabbit with Freenet is
running in the systray), and I can see a lot of outbound TCP traffic for
javaw.exe.

However, whenever I point a browser to http://127.0.0.1:/ the browser
continuously tries to return something but even after an hour - nothing
is displayed (tried in both Mozilla and IE) although the address now
reads http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/


Below is the beginning of my log

Apr 15, 2004 2:08:34 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Starting
Freenet (Fred) 0.5 node, build #5076 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java
HotSpot(TM) Client VM:1.4.0_01-ea-b02
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:35 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading node
keys: node
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:35 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Read node file
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:35 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting
filesystem
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:36 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading data
store
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:36 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading
routing table
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:36 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): From output:
49152.0
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:36 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Setting
default initTransferRate to 49152.0
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:36 AM (freenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable, main, NORMAL):
Loading estimators
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:40 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Created new
NGRT
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:41 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Loaded stats
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:41 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading temp
bucket factory
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:41 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loaded temp
bucket factory
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:41 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Loaded bucket
factory
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:48 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): read seed
nodes
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:48 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Initial refs
count: -1
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:48 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): not seeding
routing table
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:48 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): saved routing
table
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:48 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting node
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:48 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading
service: mainport
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading
service: distribution
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM
(freenet.interfaces.servlet.SingleHttpServletContainer, main, NORMAL):
Loading the single servlet distribution.params.servlet
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM (freenet.node.Node, main, NORMAL): Starting
ticker..
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM (freenet.node.Node, main, NORMAL): Starting
interfaces..
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM (freenet.node.http.BookmarkManagerServlet, main,
NORMAL): Bookmarks updated on request
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM (freenet.node.Node, main, NORMAL): starting
ListenSelector..
Apr 15, 2004 2:08:49 AM (freenet.node.Node, main, NORMAL): Scheduling
open on all 98 connections
Apr 15, 2004 2:11:11 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, YThread-70,
NORMAL): RouteNotFound Inserting ARK


All those entries marked NORMAL seems to be a good thing, but then the
ERRORs start...

pr 15, 2004 2:13:56 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-12,
ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
719918.62.0.6:25216,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Apr 15, 2004 2:13:56 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-1,
ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
7208217.157.163.94:24601,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Apr 15, 2004 2:13:57 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-13,
ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
7195129.240.200.147:31038,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Apr 15, 2004 2:13:57 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, YThread-36,
NORMAL): RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
Apr 15, 2004 2:13:57 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOOutputStream, YThread-21,
ERROR): NIOOS.write(byte[],int,int) timed out.tcp/connection:
721666.93.82.14:9092,[EMAIL PROTECTED] closing
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Apr 15, 2004 2:14:01 AM (freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream, YThread-56,
NORMAL): waited more than 5 minutes in NIOIS.read() tcp/connection:
7257216.27.160.171:12755,[EMAIL PROTECTED]:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
closing
java.lang.Exception: debug
at freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream.read(NIOInputStream.java:293)
at java.io.FilterInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
at freenet.session.FnpLink.negotiateOutbound(FnpLink.java:750)
at freenet.session.FnpLink.solicit(FnpLink.java:240)
at 

Re: [freenet-support] newbie - Error: Route not Found

2004-04-09 Thread sdretu
Le Thu, 8 Apr 2004 16:20:26 +0100, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit :

 On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 02:27:22AM +0200, sdretu wrote:
  Hello !
  
  I just installed freenet.
  I used the debian stable archive of freenet-unstable.ps aux
  
  
  Now I jump to the interface, browse http://localhost:/ and try to download 
  gpl.txt.
 
 What build number does it say? Most likely your problems are caused by
 the debian package being way out of date. The debian package uses a
 really old version of Freenet that doesn't work with the modern network.

That was the problem. I use the latest build and it's runnig well. Thank you !
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Re: [freenet-support] newbie - Error: Route not Found

2004-04-08 Thread Toad
On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 02:27:22AM +0200, sdretu wrote:
 Hello !
 
 I just installed freenet.
 I used the debian stable archive of freenet-unstable.ps aux
 
 
 Now I jump to the interface, browse http://localhost:/ and try to download 
 gpl.txt.

What build number does it say? Most likely your problems are caused by
the debian package being way out of date. The debian package uses a
really old version of Freenet that doesn't work with the modern network.
If they maintained their own seednodes and a separate network it might
still have been usable. Unfortunately recent versions of freenet don't
work with the free JVMs (this is being worked on). When the free JVMs
are fixed, we will hopefully provide new packages. You can get a recent
version of freenet from:
http://freenetproject.org/index.php?page=download . You will need to get
the unix tarball and then run the update.sh script.

 I get :
 
  Network Error
  
  Couldn't retrieve key: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Hops To Live: 15
  Error: Route not Found
  
  Attempts were made to contact 49 nodes.
  
  * 49 were totally unreachable.
  * 0 restarted.
  * 0 cleanly rejected. 
  
  The request couldn't even make it off of your node. Try again, perhaps with 
  gpl.txt 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. 
  
  Change Hops To Live [15] Retry
 
 Of course, I retried many times with many different hops value.
 Now I'm drunk... :cP ;c)
 
 I looked in the logs (/var/log/freenet-unstable/freenet.log) and did not found 
 anything interesting :
 
  07-Apr-04 6:13:47 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading node keys: 
  /var/lib/freenet-unstable/node
  07-Apr-04 6:13:48 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): starting filesystem
  07-Apr-04 6:13:53 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading data store
  07-Apr-04 6:13:53 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading routing table
  07-Apr-04 6:14:00 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading temp bucket factory
  07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): starting node
  07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading service: fproxy
  07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Node, main): Starting ticker..
  07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Node, main): Starting interfaces..
  07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): Not announcing because I am 
  transient.
 
 I do not announce -at least for now- because I'm behind a firewall (wich i opened 
 the right TCP port (-; ) and my IP is dynamic and I don't know if my DynDNS name 
 would work (moreover, it did not changed anything when tried).
 
 
 What can I do ?
 
 Thanks for your help !
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Re: [freenet-support] newbie - Error: Route not Found

2004-04-08 Thread sdretu
Le Wed, 7 Apr 2004 21:05:04 -0400, Pierre Abbat [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit :

  I do not announce -at least for now- because I'm behind a firewall (wich i
  opened the right TCP port (-; ) and my IP is dynamic and I don't know if my
  DynDNS name would work (moreover, it did not changed anything when tried).
 
 By the right port, do you mean the one in freenet.conf?

Yes.

 That's the port Freenet is expecting connections on; in the firewall you should 
 forward it to your node.

That's what I did.

 Freenet nodes run on lots of different ports, so if your node is on port 14159, it 
 may ask another node that's on 27182, and connect from port 26535 to port 27182. You 
 have to allow those connections as well.

So I should open and forward all these nodes too ?

 Run tcpdump port 14159, and then just tcpdump (use -n to stop nameserver 
 lookups), and you'll see what's happening.

Nothing is happening :c(

Perhaps a Java problem ?

When I installed the debian package, apt-get choose kaffe for me.

It didn't worked at all. So I tried Blackdown Java jre1.1 (not free and it's bad, I 
know)
So I could get the HTML frontend but nothing happend except :
 08-Apr-04 5:08:19 AM (freenet.OpenConnectionManager, PThread-119): Unknown exception 
 while connecting to: tcp/zeppox.ath.cx:5343
 java.lang.UnknownError: Connexion refuse
   at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.doConnect(PlainSocketImpl.java:282)
   at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.connectToAddress(PlainSocketImpl.java:124)
   at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.connect(PlainSocketImpl.java:111)
   at java.net.Socket.init(Socket.java:221)
   at java.net.Socket.init(Socket.java:109)
   at freenet.transport.TCP$privSocketFactory.createSocket(TCP.java:49)
   at freenet.transport.tcpConnection.init(tcpConnection.java:30)
   at freenet.transport.tcpAddress.connect(tcpAddress.java:94)
   at 
 freenet.OpenConnectionManager$ConnectionJob.run(OpenConnectionManager.java:387)
   at freenet.thread.PThreadFactory$PThread.run(PThreadFactory.java:138)
It happened when I aborted a try but I can't reproduce it...

I tried Blackdown Java j2re1.4 (vrms is complaining too)
No error but same problem.

I could try sablevm (Free), gij-3.3 (GNU) or jdk1.1 (IBM) too.

Now I downloaded j2re1.4.2 (Sun) and still nothing happens...
Here the log :
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:10 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading node keys: 
 /var/lib/freenet-unstable/node
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:11 (freenet.node.Main, main): starting filesystem
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:13 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading data store
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:13 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading routing table
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:20 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading temp bucket factory
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:26 (freenet.node.Main, main): starting node
 08-avr.-2004 17:53:26 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading service: fproxy
And no ticker nor interfaces ?
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[freenet-support] newbie - Error: Route not Found

2004-04-07 Thread sdretu
Hello !

I just installed freenet.
I used the debian stable archive of freenet-unstable.ps aux

Now I jump to the interface, browse http://localhost:/ and try to download gpl.txt.
I get :

 Network Error
 
 Couldn't retrieve key: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Hops To Live: 15
 Error: Route not Found
 
 Attempts were made to contact 49 nodes.
 
 * 49 were totally unreachable.
 * 0 restarted.
 * 0 cleanly rejected. 
 
 The request couldn't even make it off of your node. Try again, perhaps with 
 gpl.txt 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. 
 
 Change Hops To Live [15] Retry

Of course, I retried many times with many different hops value.
Now I'm drunk... :cP ;c)

I looked in the logs (/var/log/freenet-unstable/freenet.log) and did not found 
anything interesting :

 07-Apr-04 6:13:47 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading node keys: 
 /var/lib/freenet-unstable/node
 07-Apr-04 6:13:48 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): starting filesystem
 07-Apr-04 6:13:53 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading data store
 07-Apr-04 6:13:53 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading routing table
 07-Apr-04 6:14:00 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading temp bucket factory
 07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): starting node
 07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading service: fproxy
 07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Node, main): Starting ticker..
 07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Node, main): Starting interfaces..
 07-Apr-04 6:14:08 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): Not announcing because I am 
 transient.

I do not announce -at least for now- because I'm behind a firewall (wich i opened the 
right TCP port (-; ) and my IP is dynamic and I don't know if my DynDNS name would 
work (moreover, it did not changed anything when tried).


What can I do ?

Thanks for your help !
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Re: [freenet-support] newbie - Error: Route not Found

2004-04-07 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Wednesday 07 April 2004 20:27, sdretu wrote:
 Of course, I retried many times with many different hops value.
 Now I'm drunk... :cP ;c)

That's because you barley know what you're doing, but at yeast you know whom 
to ask!

 I do not announce -at least for now- because I'm behind a firewall (wich i
 opened the right TCP port (-; ) and my IP is dynamic and I don't know if my
 DynDNS name would work (moreover, it did not changed anything when tried).

By the right port, do you mean the one in freenet.conf? That's the port 
Freenet is expecting connections on; in the firewall you should forward it to 
your node. Freenet nodes run on lots of different ports, so if your node is 
on port 14159, it may ask another node that's on 27182, and connect from port 
26535 to port 27182. You have to allow those connections as well.

Run tcpdump port 14159, and then just tcpdump (use -n to stop nameserver 
lookups), and you'll see what's happening.

phma

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[freenet-support] newbie help

2003-11-24 Thread Norbert Kaufmann
 Hello,

is there a searchable archive of this list?
And what about this error:
SocketException trying to detect
NetworkInterfacesjava.net.SocketException: Bad address?
Some data:
FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE
linux-sun-jdk-1.4.2.02
TIA

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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie: can't start Freenet (Could not initialize network I/O system)

2003-11-15 Thread Edward J. Huff
On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 18:47, Shen Ming Xuan wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I have just downloaded  installed Freenet 0.5.2.7, started it and got this
 error on freenet startup:
 -
 Could not initialize network I/O system! Exiting
 java.io.IOException: Unable to establish loopback connection
 at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl$Initializer.run(Unknown Source)
 at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
 at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl.init(Unknown Source)
 at sun.nio.ch.SelectorProviderImpl.openPipe(Unknown Source)
 at java.nio.channels.Pipe.open(Unknown Source)
 at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorImpl.init(Unknown Source)
 at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorProvider.openSelector(Unknown Source)
 at java.nio.channels.Selector.open(Unknown Source)
 at 
 freenet.transport.AbstractSelectorLoop.init(AbstractSelectorLoop.java:111)
 at 
 freenet.transport.ThrottledSelectorLoop.init(ThrottledSelectorLoop.java:72)
 at freenet.transport.ReadSelectorLoop.init(ReadSelectorLoop.java:73)
 at 
 freenet.transport.tcpConnection.startSelectorLoops(tcpConnection.java:83)
 at freenet.node.Main.startNode(Main.java:1374)
 at freenet.node.Main.main(Main.java:1004)
 Caused by: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect
 at sun.nio.ch.Net.connect(Native Method)
 at sun.nio.ch.SocketChannelImpl.connect(Unknown Source)
 at java.nio.channels.SocketChannel.open(Unknown Source)
 ---
 
 I have Windows 2000 SP4 and Java 1.4.2, I found other messages
 in the support mailinglist archives but none had the solution...
 my hosts file is OK, I have an ADSL network modem

Make sure you remove the % from the lines in the configuration
file which you needed to change.  Unable to establish loopback
connection sounds like some simple blunder.  Can you run regular
network utilities like ping from the same user account as you run
Freenet from?

 .
 
 One more question, how do I share my files? In which (sub)dir
 do I put my share stuff?...

To share files, you have to insert them into Freenet.  Read
the stuff under Freenet Help after your node is working.

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[freenet-support] Newbie: can't start Freenet (Could not initialize network I/O system)

2003-11-14 Thread Shen Ming Xuan
Hello,

I have just downloaded  installed Freenet 0.5.2.7, started it and got this
error on freenet startup:
-
Could not initialize network I/O system! Exiting
java.io.IOException: Unable to establish loopback connection
   at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl$Initializer.run(Unknown Source)
   at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
   at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl.init(Unknown Source)
   at sun.nio.ch.SelectorProviderImpl.openPipe(Unknown Source)
   at java.nio.channels.Pipe.open(Unknown Source)
   at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorImpl.init(Unknown Source)
   at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorProvider.openSelector(Unknown Source)
   at java.nio.channels.Selector.open(Unknown Source)
   at 
freenet.transport.AbstractSelectorLoop.init(AbstractSelectorLoop.java:111)
   at 
freenet.transport.ThrottledSelectorLoop.init(ThrottledSelectorLoop.java:72)
   at freenet.transport.ReadSelectorLoop.init(ReadSelectorLoop.java:73)
   at 
freenet.transport.tcpConnection.startSelectorLoops(tcpConnection.java:83)
   at freenet.node.Main.startNode(Main.java:1374)
   at freenet.node.Main.main(Main.java:1004)
Caused by: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect
   at sun.nio.ch.Net.connect(Native Method)
   at sun.nio.ch.SocketChannelImpl.connect(Unknown Source)
   at java.nio.channels.SocketChannel.open(Unknown Source)
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I have Windows 2000 SP4 and Java 1.4.2, I found other messages
in the support mailinglist archives but none had the solution...
my hosts file is OK, I have an ADSL network modem.
One more question, how do I share my files? In which (sub)dir
do I put my share stuff?...
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[freenet-support] Newbie question: Connection refused

2002-09-09 Thread Clisson Pierre

Hello,

I just installed freenet on my linux box (debian). I didn't used the .deb
package but the last tarball. I think everything is ok (no error message at
startup), but I have this message when connecting to 127.0.0.1: using
Mozilla : The connection was refused when attempting to contact
127.0.0.1:8890. I can't get what is wrong in my config file (generated by
debconf in a previous install). Is there somebody to help me ?

Thanks a lot.

Pierre

Here are my config and log files :

-- freenet.conf --

[Freenet node]
# Freenet configuration file

# The size of each store file in bytes, the bigger the better, for you
# and for Freenet. Defaults to a conservative 100 MiB.
# Note that the total store size is storeSize times the number of
# files used (default is one file).
storeSize=20971520

# If you have a static IP address, and your node is up most of the time,
# please set this to false and fill out ipAddress, below.
transient=true

# your IP address, as seen from the Internet -- not relevant if transient
# is true
ipAddress=

# whether to announce this node to others (transient nodes will never
announce)
doAnnounce=true

# what to launch automatically, delimited by commas
# currently supported services: fproxy, nodestatus, nodeinfo
services=fproxy

# port for inter-node communication (FNP)
# Any fixed port will do
listenPort=38663

# where to listen for clients talking FCP
clientPort=8481

# a file containing node references for bootstrapping
seedFile=/home/moi/freenet/bin/seednodes.ref

# a comma-seperated list of files holding freenet's store
storeFile=/home/moi/freenet/bin/store

nodeFile=/home/moi/freenet/bin/node

# When forwarding a request, the node will reduce the HTL to this value
# if it is found to be in excess.
maxHopsToLive=25

# store is encrypted using this algorithm; options include Twofish,
Rijandael
storeCipherName=Twofish

# The width in bits of the cipher key to use for the datastore.
# The allowed values for this will depend on the cipher algorithm.
# Twofish allows 64, 128, 192, or 256, while Rijndael allows
# 128, 192, or 256.
storeCipherWidth=128

# whether to log inbound and/or outbound contact attempts for viewing in
# the nodestatus servelet (which you have to enable in the services
setting)
logInboundContacts=false
logOutboundContacts=false

# whether to log how many requests were sent over a connection
logInboundRequests=false
logOutboundRequests=false

# The diagnostics module receives and aggregates statistics about
# Freenet's performance.  This will eat some gratuitous memory and
# CPU time but may let you provide valuable data to the project.
doDiagnostics=true

# The directory in which to save diagnostics data.
diagnosticsPath=/home/moi/freenet/bin/stats

# The number of references allowed per node in the routing table.
# This should not be set too high.
rtMaxRefs=1000

# The number of unique nodes that can be contained in the routing table.
rtMaxNodes=100

# The number of outstanding message replies the node will
# wait for before it starts to abandon them.
messageStoreSize=500

# The time to wait for connections to be established and
# authenticated before passing by a node while routing out.
# Connections that are by passed are still finished and cached
# for the time set by connectionTimeout (in milliseconds).
routeConnectTimeout=1

# maximum bandwidth (Bps) -- currently per *connection* so rather useless
bandwidthLimit=0
inputBandwidthLimit=0
outputBandwidthLimit=0

maxNodeConnections=30

# log verbosity, possible values: error, normal, minor, debug
logLevel=normal

# location of the log
logFile=/home/moi/freenet/bin/freenet.log

logFormat=d (c, t): m
announcementPeers=10
announcementAttempts=10
announcementDelay=1800
announcementDelayBase=2
initialRequests=10
initialRequestHTL=15
authTimeout=3
connectionTimeout=18
hopTimeExpected=12000
hopTimeDeviation=12000
maximumThreads=120
blockSize=4096
streamBufferSize=65536
maximumPadding=65536

### fproxy
fproxy.class=freenet.client.http.FproxyServlet

# http requests aceepted on this port
fproxy.port=

# default HTLs
fproxy.params.insertHtl=5
fproxy.params.requestHtl=15

# whether the fproxy anonymity filter is enabled
fproxy.params.filter=true

# MIME types that cannot phone home and are considered anonymity-safe
fproxy.params.passThroughMimeTypes=text/plain,image/jpeg,image/gif,image/png

# Maximum number of threads per SplitFile request.
fproxy.params.splitFileThreads=5

# Number of times to retry failed SplitFile block requests.
fproxy.params.splitFileRetries=0

# Amount to increment SplitFile request htl each retry.
fproxy.params.splitFileRetryHtlIncrement=5

# Set true to allow polling for dropped requests during SplitFile download.
fproxy.params.pollForDroppedConnection=true

### nodestatus
nodestatus.class=freenet.client.http.NodeStatusServlet

# http requests accepted on this port
nodestatus.port=8889

### nodeinfo

Re: [freenet-support] Newbie question: Connection refused

2002-09-09 Thread Greg Wooledge

Clisson Pierre ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Mozilla : The connection was refused when attempting to contact
 127.0.0.1:8890.

 # what to launch automatically, delimited by commas
 # currently supported services: fproxy, nodestatus, nodeinfo
 services=fproxy

You need to change that line to services=fproxy,nodestatus,nodeinfo.
This will allow you to connect to ports 8889 and 8890 for extra
information about your node.  (And as of build 500 or so, the ability
to connect to port 8890 is now required in order to read the gateway
page.)

You appear to have all of the other essential lines.

-- 
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[freenet-support] Newbie question: what's PAgM for?

2002-08-22 Thread Chris Dennis

Hello Freenetters

I've stumbled across various references to the need to add PAgM to end
of public keys, and one that said it was no longer required, but I can't
seem to find mention of it in the documentation for Fred or fcptools.

Do I need to add it to the public key when running fcpputsite for
example?  So far I've been entirely unsuccessful in trying to insert a
freesite, and I'm wondering if PAgM is the reason.

regards

Chris


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