On Thu, Mar 18, 2004 at 10:24:08PM +0100, Michael Stather wrote:
> Hi,
>  
> I encountered 2 main poroblems trying to use freenet:
>  
> 1. I?ve a router, and whatever I inser in the "ipadress" field of the
> config, I get
> 
> There was an error determining this node's physical address(es).
> Please make sure <ipAddress> and <listenPort> are correctly set.
> Note that you may put a host name in the <ipAddress> field if you have a
> dynamic IP and are using a dynamic DNS service.18.03.2004 21:37:05
> (freenet.node.Main, main, ERROR): There was an error determining this node's
> physical address(es).
> Please make sure <ipAddress> and <listenPort> are correctly set.
> Note that you may put a host name in the <ipAddress> field if you have a
> dynamic IP and are using a dynamic DNS service.
> freenet.BadAddressException: Address seemed incorrect. To use Freenet you
> must have a globally addressable Internet address set correctly.      at
> freenet.node.Main.getAddresses(Main.java:1606)        at
> freenet.node.Main.main(Main.java:617) 18.03.2004 21:37:05
> (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting filesystem

Can you send me/us your freenet.conf?
> 
> in the logfile, even if I set the current WAN IP of the router instead of a
> dyndns hostname
> 
> 2. The config utility doesn?t work.
> When I try to configure and then click on "ok" in the settings dialog, the
> "nodeconfig.exe" crashes.

Interesting. nodeconfig.exe is being worked on... I'll pass on your bug
report..

> It leaves a partly written freenet.ini on the HD whose last lines are
> always:
> 
> ########################
> # Geek Settings
> ########################
> 
> # The number of attempts to make at announcing this node per
> # initial peer. Zero means the node will not announce itself
> announcementAttempts=3
> 
> # The amount of time to wait before initially announcing the node,
> # and to base the time the time between retries on. In milliseconds.
> announcementDelay=1800000
> 
> # The value to mutliply the last delay time with for each retry.
> # That is, for try N, we weight <announcementDelay>*<announcementDelay>^N
> # before starting.
> announcementDelayBase=2
> 
> # announcementPeers: undocumented.
> announcementPeers=3
> 
> # How long to wait for authentication before giving up (in milliseconds)
> authTimeout=120000
> 
> # The interval at which to write out the node's data file
> # (the store_<port> file, *not* the cache_<port> file).
> checkPointInterval=1200
> 
> # How long to listen on an inactive connection before closing
> # (if reply address is known)
> connectionTimeout=600000
> 
> # The expected 
> 
> what can I do? I would like to use freenet but I can?t :(
> 
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> 
> regards
> 
> Michael Stather
> 
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