[RC5-PROXYPER] Newbie want to join but has setup problems with proxy
Herbert Wengatz 2850
herbert.wengatz at ae3.hypo.de
Fri Feb 27 08:39:42 EST 1998
I've some nice machines at home, which I'd like to throw into the
The machines are:
one Dual PPro with 2 180 MHz CPUs, oc'd to 233 MHz, 128 MB RAM
(benchmarked for the DES with over 1,000,000 Keys/s)
one AMD K6 with 64 MB RAM and 512 Kb Cache
(benchmarked for the DES with over 800,000 Keys/s)
two AMD 486/133, (both benchmarked with over 300,000 Keys/s DES)
I've a PPP-Over-ISDN connection 4 times a day. I use one of the
486-Machines as Mail-Gateway.
They are all running under Linux and I have only one official
IP-Address to the outside, which means, none of the three
other machines comes trough to the net. (No, I don't use
The only thing they have in common is a mounted maildirectory.
What must I do, to get an amount of blocks, which my machines
can work on within about 6 hours ? How can I figure the amount out ?
How can I distribute them internally ?
What must I do to get the results back ?
I believe, I must set up a proxy on the machine which is
connected regularly to the net.
Is there a nice step by step howto, what I have to do?
I don't have any databases installed (If they are needed),
and if it comes to the implementation, I'm a big fan of perl.
I've ten years experience in UNIX-Sysadministration, but only
very little spare time, but I really love to throw my own
machines into the effort. So please, can any kind soul help me ?
Herbert Wengatz, ConSol * GmbH herbert.wengatz at consol.de
Screendealing Hotline Hypobank Muenchen herbert.wengatz at ae3.hypo.de
http://www.consol.de/persons/Herbert.Wengatz Phone: +49 89 9244-6804
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