[PROXYPER] Make client to connect with proxy

Alucard HELLSING erroneous_error at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 22 04:03:35 EST 2004


Thanks, I'll test it !

> Using proper words always helps.

And would I know the proper words if I have problems in english ? o_0

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Elektron" <elektin at yahoo.ca>
To: "Personal Proxy Discussion" <proxyper at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2004 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [PROXYPER] Make client to connect with proxy


> 
> On 22 Mar, 2004, at 16:37, Alucard HELLSING wrote:
> 
> > Hi, first, I have to warn you about my french nationality, so I'm 
> > kinda rubbish when I speak english. (u can warn me about my english 
> > mistakes if u want, cause i'd like to progress)
> 
> Using proper words always helps.
> 
> > Now, my problem :
> > I have the latest versions of dnetc and proxyper which runs as 
> > service, but when I flush the client, even if I'm off-line, client 
> > only tries to connect to keyserver o_0.
> 
> You must configure the client to use the pproxy. From the main 
> configuration screen, it should be something like
> 
> 2) Buffer and Buffer Update Options
> ...
> 6) Keyserver<->client connectivity options
> ...
> 2) Automatically select a distributed.net keyserver? ==> yes
> (set it to no)
> 3) Keyserver host name(s) ==>
> (set this to 127.0.0.1)
> 4) Keyserver port ==>
> (set it to 2064 or leave it blank, as 2064 is the default)
> 
> and hit zero a few times to get out.
> 
> Alternatively, set them to use the same buffer files, unless you want 
> to buffer more than 500 packets.
> 
> I am unsure of any other advantages of using a pproxy.
> 
> - Purr
> 
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