[PROXYPER] Proxy connection :Unable to send request

Chuck RC5 at atthe.net
Wed Mar 1 22:32:55 EST 2000


This doesn't work ether the client is contacting the proxy but cant send 
packets
ie:
[Mar 02 06:31:03 UTC] Connected to distributed.net:80
                       via HTTP proxy pigpen:999
[Mar 02 06:31:03 UTC] FetchRC5::Unable to send request (-1.168).


[03/02/00 06:23:52] Client: Accepted connection from 192.168.168.3:1053
[03/02/00 06:23:52] Client: 192.168.168.3 (client ver: 458) is connecting
[03/02/00 06:23:52] Client: Closing client connection with 192.168.168.3


Chuck at AtThe.net




At 11:10 PM 3/1/00 -0500, you wrote:
>try using an internal address like mycomputer3 rather than
>the.full.dns.name.com  If they're win32 boxes you should beable to use
>network neighborhood to see the computers or find it through networking in
>the control panel
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Chuck <RC5 at atthe.net>
>To: <proxyper at lists.distributed.net>
>Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2000 8:41 PM
>Subject: [PROXYPER] Proxy connection :Unable to send request
>
>
>I have 3 win 98 machines running distributed.net clients "Ver 458" with one
>of those running
>personal proxy "ver 313 win32"
>the problem is that the clients can ONLY connect and download  work units
>to the proxy when that client's machine is connected
>to the internet by modem "packets are not going out over the modem
>connection on the client machine"  otherwise they run out of packets and
>give this error:
>
>[Mar 01 07:00:08 UTC] 52 RC5 packets (189 work units) remain in buff-in.rc5
>[Mar 01 07:00:08 UTC] Projected ideal time to completion: 0.16:44:51.00
>[Mar 01 07:00:08 UTC] 17 RC5 packets (64 work units) are in buff-out.rc5
>
>[Mar 01 07:00:45 UTC] Connected to distributed.net:80
>                        via HTTP proxy 192.168.168.5:999
>[Mar 01 07:00:46 UTC] FetchRC5::Unable to send request (-1.168).
>
>even the machine that is running the proxy has to have a modem connection
>to get packets to and from the client
>when each machine is connected by modem everything works perfectly
>this seems like a DNS problem but am at a loss as how to fix it
>
>I am sorry if this is a stupid question I am new to proxys and would like
>to make this work
>
>Happy Cracking
>Chuck at AtThe.net



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