On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 16:57:27 +0100
SmallSister development <smallsister at xs4all.nl> wrote:

> Luke771 wrote:
> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 09:42:46 -0500
> > Dennis Nezic <dennisn at dennisn.dyndns.org> wrote:
> > 
> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:45:29 +0100, SmallSister development wrote:
> >>> I get the error message:
> >>>> One or more of your node's peers have never connected in the two
> >>>> weeks since they were added. Consider removing them since they are
> >>>> marginally affecting performance (wasting packets talking to nodes
> >>>> that aren't there).
> >>> A quick investigation identified the culprit: an ipv6-only opnennet
> >>> peer. How do I get it off the list? (I am perfectly willing to ignore
> >>> it, it doesn't seem to do much harm.)
> >>>
> >>> Yes, my Linux boxen have ipv6 support, but that isn't configured nor
> >>> routed.
> >> An iptables DROP rule to filter that ip address? :b
> > 
> > Edit openpeers-<port#> and delete the culprit.
> > You may need to add a firewall rule to prevent the same IP from being 
> > re-added
> > (stop freenet, edit file, add firewall rule, start freenet)
> > 
> Can you tell me what ipv4 address to block? The ipv6 address that the
> peer advertises is not routed.
> 

No idea, sorry. I guess it's possible to find out but I have no idea how.


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