[PROXYPER] proxy connections

Eivind Bengtsson eivind at bengtsson.dk
Wed Dec 9 09:53:45 EST 1998


No - there are plenty of blocks on the proxy ... 550 to be more specific
- And the proxy has contact to the above proxies every few hours...
so that is not the problem.

/Eivind Bengtsson


John Poznicek wrote:

> Would depend on how many blocks its grabbing at a time - if your perproxy
> isn't grabbing enough blocks. This might explain why its not answering - ie
> no blocks to give out!
>
> What do you have your perproxy blocks set too?
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> [mailto:owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of Eivind
> Bengtsson
> Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 1998 2:30 PM
> To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: [PROXYPER] proxy connections
>
> I have a question concerning the time between connections from my
> personal proxy to the above proxy's..
>
> The case isas follows:
>
> I have a Windows NT machine running as a file-server - it also runs my
> personal proxy as a service.
> My Linux-box is working as a dial-upmachine and gateway for the rest of
> my machines - running windows 95 and Linux (All running the client of
> course)  :-)
>
> This is not a problem - The problem is that my proxy apparently refuses
> to respond when my clients are trying to get a connection, unless the
> dial-up macine has been online within the last 4-5 hours and the proxy
> thereby has had a connection to one of the above proxies
> (erou.v27.distributed.net).
>
> Why is that ?
> Does a personel proxy really need to be online (at least 5 times a day)
> to recieve blocs?
> Is there a workaruond, or is at a bug??
>
> I will be most gratefull for anwers or help
> See attached file for proxy-.ini file....
>
> Thanks!
> -The box said "Windows NT or better" - so I installed Linux....
>
> /Eivind Bengtsson
>
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