[PROXYPER] need help

John Poznicek johnpoz at enteract.com
Wed Jan 6 18:57:55 EST 1999


A client CAN connect to a proxy running on the same machine - I do this with
my pproxy on my home lan, and the pproxy that is running at work.  If you
point the client to an ip, it could care less if the ip is itself or not!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> [mailto:owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of WINKELMANS
> Gunther
> Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 1999 4:26 AM
> To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: re: [PROXYPER] need help
>
>
> Hello Artur,
>
>
> - pprc5in.rc5 remains unchanged because not only your outgoing connection
> is not working, but also your incoming (which sounds logic to me):
> 01/06/99 08:30:17,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> The value "r=0/1000" in the line above means that you have no blocks in
> your inbuffer.
> I don't know why your connection doesn't work.
>
> - "succesfully put back 8 unsent blocks" is exactly what the
> proxy does: it
> sends 8 blocks (count the number of times the message "Queueing
> block ..."
> appears). The blocks are removed from the buffout, but if there is no
> confirmation receipt from the keyserver within x seconds, your
> proxy places
> the unsent blocks back to the buffout.
>
> - A client cannot connect to a proxy running on the same machine: that
> comes from my personal experience. Get to client to connect to whatever
> your proxy connects.
>
>
> Best Regards,
> Gunther
> -------------
> Original Text
> From: Artur Lutze <alutze at waw.pdi.net>, on 06/01/99 10:09:
> To: SMTP at MASTER.PER@BELGACOM[<proxyper at lists.distributed.net>]
>
> Hi
>
> I'm using Windows NT and yesterday downloaded proxyper, it is
> working but I
> have several
> questions:
>
> 1. I put in ini these lines:
> minkeysready=100
> maxkeysready=1000
> maxkeysdone=1
>
> but size of pprc5in.rc5 is always 56 bytes, Why ?
>
> 2. Clients are sending blocks to proxy. There are 64 lines in
> highlandr1999.log and size
> of pprc5out.rc5 is 11064 bytes, but proxy can't send blocks to keyserver.
> What is wrong ?
>
> 01/06/99 08:30:15,Creating outgoing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:30:16,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 0 to 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:17,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 1 to 8
> 01/06/99 08:30:17,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:30:17,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Establishing handshake.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Got handshake acknowledment.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 658851b5:b0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6521f8ec:e0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 65c3562e:b0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6552fd97:70000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 657d40b9:60000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6566ee46:d0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 651bd380:40000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6516c5ac:40000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:30:19,Server 134.93.246.93 is no longer connected (reading).
> 01/06/99 08:30:19,server: Closing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:30:19,server: Successfully put back 8 unsent blocks.
>                           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>                           what this means and why "8" ?
>
> 01/06/99 08:30:42,Accepted connection from address 192.0.0.123
> 01/06/99 08:30:42,192.0.0.123: Client requesting communication
> 01/06/99 08:30:42,Client 192.0.0.123 is no longer connected (reading).
> 01/06/99 08:30:42,192.0.0.123: Closing client connection.
>
> or like this:
>
> 01/06/99 08:50:35,Creating outgoing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:50:36,Server 195.10.151.15 changed from state 0 to 1
> 01/06/99 08:50:58,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:50:58,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:51:29,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:51:29,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:51:36,Maximum server count of 1 already reached.
> 01/06/99 08:52:00,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:52:00,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:52:31,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:52:31,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:52:36,server: Closing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:52:37,Creating outgoing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:52:38,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 0 to 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:39,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 1 to 8
> 01/06/99 08:52:40,server: Establishing handshake.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Got handshake acknowledment.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 658851b5:b0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6521f8ec:e0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 65c3562e:b0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6552fd97:70000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 657d40b9:60000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6566ee46:d0000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 651bd380:40000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6516c5ac:40000000, iter 1
> 01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> 01/06/99 08:52:42,Server 134.93.246.93 is no longer connected (reading).
> 01/06/99 08:52:42,server: Closing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:52:42,server: Successfully put back 8 unsent blocks.
> 01/06/99 08:53:02,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:53:02,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:53:33,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:53:33,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:53:38,Creating outgoing server connection.
> 01/06/99 08:53:39,Server 195.10.151.15 changed from state 0 to 1
> 01/06/99 08:54:04,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:54:04,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:54:35,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:54:35,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:54:39,Maximum server count of 1 already reached.
> 01/06/99 08:55:06,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:55:06,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:55:37,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:55:37,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> 01/06/99 08:55:39,server: Closing server connection.
>
> etc.
>
> 3. There is "Network::Error Read failed 6/0" in client who is
> working with
> proxy on the
> same machine. In the same time in proxy log these lines appear:
>
> 01/06/99 08:29:05,Accepted connection from address 192.0.0.123
> 01/06/99 08:29:05,192.0.0.123: Contest desII didn't handle a packet!
> 01/06/99 08:29:05,192.0.0.123: Closing client connection.
>
> Below is my rc5desg.ini:
>
> [parameters]
> id=alutze at waw.pdi.net
> threshold=1000:1000
> threshold2=1:1
> count=0
> hours=0.000000
> timeslice=65536
> niceness=0
> logname=D:\Distributed.Net\logowanie
> firemode=4
> cputype=-1
> messagelen=0
> smtpsrvr=your.smtp.server
> smtpport=25
> smtpfrom=RC5notify
> smtpdest=you at your.site
> numcpu=-1
> checkpointfile=none
> checkpointfile2=none
> randomprefix=101
> preferredcontest=1
> preferredblocksize=30
> contestdone=0
> contestdone2=0
> lurk=0
> lurkonly=1
> runoffline=0
> nofallback=0
> keyproxy=192.0.0.123
> keyport=2064
> httpproxy=192.0.0.123
> httpport=2064
> httpid=
>
> [guiwin32]
> runhidden=0
> playsound=0
> customsound=
>
>
>
> Please help, Artur
>
>
>
> Here is my proxyper.ini:
>
> [KeyServer]
> ipaddress=euro.v27.distributed.net
> port=2064
> connectperiod=60
> connectivity=lurkonly
> ;bindip=                        ; IP to talk out to keymaster from
> ;uuehttpmode=0; 0=normal,1=uue,2=http,3=http+uue,4=socks4,5=socks5
> ;httpproxy=wwwproxy.corporation.com
> ;httpport=8080
> ;httpid=
>
> [ports]
> ;listenaddress=                 ; IP to accept clients on
> port=2064
> ;port2=23                       ; must be root for ports < 1000
> ;port3=80
> testport=3064
> timeout=30
>
> [console]
> detached=0
> logfileconsole=proxyRC5log
> logfileconsolerotation=daily
> consoleverbosity=255
>
> [rc564]
> logfilekeyblock=highlandr
> logfilekeyblockrotation=yearly
> minkeysready=100
> maxkeysready=1000
> maxkeysdone=1
> contestclosed=-1971239405
>
> [desII]
> allowdes=1
> logfilekeyblock=highlandd
> logfilekeyblockrotation=daily
> minkeysready=100
> maxkeysready=10000
> maxkeysdone=100
> contestclosed=761383475
>
> [misc]
> proxymessage="ok"
> pidfile=rc5desproxy.pid
> logfilecompressor=logcompressor.sh
> showcumulativestats=1
>
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