[rc5] The Situation

Friedemann Baitinger baiti at herrenberg.netsurf.de
Thu May 29 00:43:32 EDT 1997


On Sun, 25 May 1997, Jeff Lawson wrote:

> Apparently a major network connectivity problem (hardware wise) is causing
> IIT.EDU to be unreachable to much of the world(distributed.net is hosted on
> campus).
 
[...]

 
> Please continue your RC5 efforts.  If you were previously relying upon the
> rc5proxy.distributed.net DNS alias, you may find that you can no longer
> resolve it.  If this is the case, you can still use rc5.ethereal.net as a
> round-robin alias.  For reference, below is the current list of operating
> proxies.
> 
> 128.101.162.50    (x162-50.chem.umn.edu)
> 128.149.135.204   (kidsat-pc.jpl.nasa.gov)
> 199.45.111.6      (crack.it.ca)
> 207.43.209.10     (rc5.slacker.com)
> 205.149.163.212   (rc5.best.net=famine.noc.best.net) 
> 207.158.192.53    (outland.hway.net)

                     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
As you suggested, I picked one from this list but I am still getting
this:

rc5-56-client: Notifying Key Server ``outland.hway.net''
rc5-56-client: Error notifying server.
rc5-56-client: Sleeping 1 minute...
rc5-56-client: Notifying Key Server ``outland.hway.net''
rc5-56-client: Error notifying server.
rc5-56-client: Sleeping 1 minute...
rc5-56-client: Notifying Key Server ``outland.hway.net''
rc5-56-client: Error notifying server.
rc5-56-client: Sleeping 1 minute...
rc5-56-client: Notifying Key Server ``outland.hway.net''
rc5-56-client: Error notifying server.
rc5-56-client: Sleeping 1 minute...

Is this problem only experienced in Germany? Well, whatever, I hope
that the buffering clients will help for overcome this problem.

-- 
Friedemann Baitinger           baiti at herrenberg.netsurf.de

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