[RC5-PROXYPER] re: proxy stopped f&f

Diggs, Steve Diggs at gateway.daugherty.com
Wed Aug 19 10:40:17 EDT 1998


Tks for the response, Gunther. Since I had not gotten any mail from the PROXYPER
listserver for a while, I was wondering if it still worked.
 
Hopefully, I'll get some help soon.
 
Regards,
Steve Diggs, W4EPI

-----Original Message-----
From: WINKELMANS Gunther [mailto:Gunther.WINKELMANS at is.belgacom.be]
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 1998 9:40 AM
To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
Subject: [RC5-PROXYPER] re: proxy stopped f&f


Steve,


I haven't received any response either, guess everybody else is still on 
vacation.

Luckily I found the answer to my question myself (see below).
Changing the keyserver to euro23... on port 23 did the trick. My pp is back 
in the game since monday 10th of august.


Best Regards,
Gunther
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Original Text
From: WINKELMANS Gunther at TBR.SO_VAC@BELGACOM, on 7/08/98 10:25:
To: smtp[proxyper at lists.distributed.net]

Hi,

My win95 v 279b proxy has ran out of blocks, and I have no idea what to do:
[08/07/98 06:42:25 GMT] rc564 r=0/1500, d=438/10, des r=116/100, d=0/5

On wednesday, it fetched and flushed blocks for the last time until now:
[08/05/98 21:12:32 GMT] rc564 r=1496/1500, d=10/10, des r=116/100, d=0/5
[08/05/98 21:13:32 GMT] rc564 r=1536/1500, d=0/10, des r=116/100, d=0/5

I haven't changed the ini, it has been running happily every day since 
july.

Upgrading to v 280 and starting with empty buffers didn't help. Changing 
the keyserver didn't help. Besides, on the proxy status page at d.net 
everything seems OK.

The win95 v2.7100.412 client which is running on the same PC as the proxy 
had no problem getting new blocks this morning.

Any ideas?
If somebody else has this same problem then perhaps it has nothing to do 
with the LAN I'm working on?


TIA
Gunther


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