[PROXYPER] Problem with personal proxy

Christopher Hubbell chubbell at apps.mc.xerox.com
Mon Feb 8 11:55:13 EST 1999


I downloaded the SOlarix 2.6 client, and configured it (apparently
correctly?).  Now it seems to be spinning its wheels with the following
messages:

----SNIP----
[02/08/99 16:46:20 UTC] Creating outgoing server connection.
[02/08/99 16:46:20 UTC] rc564 r=0/20, d=0/3, 0.0 Mkeys/sec, tot=0
[02/08/99 16:46:20 UTC] desII r=0/20, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec, tot=0
[02/08/99 16:46:20 UTC] Server 128.104.18.148 changed from state 0 to 1
[02/08/99 16:46:20 UTC] Server 128.104.18.148 changed from state 1 to 8
[02/08/99 16:46:21 UTC] server: Establishing handshake.
[02/08/99 16:46:21 UTC] server: Got handshake acknowledment.
[02/08/99 16:46:21 UTC] server: Queueing rc564 request, iter 64.
[02/08/99 16:46:21 UTC] Server 128.104.18.148 is no longer connected
(reading).
[02/08/99 16:46:21 UTC] server: Closing server connection.
----SNIP----

My network configuration looks like this:
[KeyServer]
ipaddress=us.v27.distributed.net
port=2064
connectperiod=30
connectivity=normal
;bindip=                        ; IP to talk out to keyserver from
uuehttpmode=2; 0=normal,1=uue,2=http,3=http+uue,4=socks4,5=socks5
httpproxy=xxx.xx.xxxxx.com
httpport=8000
;httpid=

[ports]
listenaddress=xx.x.xx.xx        ; IP to accept clients on
port=2064
;port2=23                       ; must be root for ports < 1000
;port3=80
testport=3064
timeout=30


I'm using HTTP tunneling with the same proxy address and port that my
clients have been (still are) using.  The machine is a SparcStation 20.


Any ideas?

Thx,
Chris


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