[PROXYPER] How can I get more then 1000 blocks?
Matthew.Toseland at btinternet.com
Fri Aug 27 15:47:22 EDT 1999
On Tue, 24 Aug 1999, Jim C. Nasby wrote:
>Could you share with us why you need more than 4 days worth of blocks? Or is it
>simply because you need to be able to sneakernet pproxy buffers? We'd like to
>be able to make the pproxy as easy to use and as useful as possible without
>risking that people could easily 'drain' our network of keys.
I am on BT Internet Plan Unlimited, therefore I get free calls to the internet
on weekends. A minimum weekday call is not much but there are other
complications (don't ask) so normally I don't go online on weekdays. Thus I
manage the settings myself (client 416+proxy 280; I will go up to 308 soon and
use expertmode). 7 days is a more generally useful way of doing things. And
there are 2 machines (poss up to 4 in near future) so it is easiest to run a
proxy rather than rely on lurk (or rc5des -flush in /etc/ppp/ip-up.d).
>distributed.net Human Interface
>On Tue, Aug 24, 1999 at 10:22:05AM +0200, gunther.winkelmans at belgacom.be wrote:
>> Goodmorning (here in Brussels).
>> There has been some discussion on this item here before. Maybe you could
>> check the archives on the website, maybe someone else will give you a longer
>> If you want more than 1000 blocks the proxy calculates if you really need
>> them. That's it, basically.
>> I cannot live with it either. That's why I haven't upgraded. I'm still using
>> 304 until dnet provides another way of giving us the number of blocks we
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Spirin Timofey [mailto:boroda at borlas.ru]
>> Sent: Tuesday 24 August 1999 10:08
>> To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
>> Subject: [PROXYPER] How can I get more then 1000 blocks?
>> Good day(morning? night? :) to all.
>> I run RC5 client on a network without internet connection and all data
>> exchange I do with floppy disk. Regardless to minkeysready and
>> maxkeysready maximum number of blocks I get with internet-connected
>> proxy is 1000. Sometimes it 1051
>> or 1020 or so. My friend said that his proxy occasionally get up to
>> 8000 but he don't know why and how this value can be tuned.
>> So is there any parameters in .ini file that allow me to get more then 10000
>> at once???
>> Proxy 308 for Win32.
>> Best regards. Spirin Timofey.
>> P.S. Excuse me for poor English :(
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