[rc5] Connecting thry a proxy.

Kevin van Haaren KvanHaaren at HNTB.com
Wed Nov 5 18:28:44 EST 1997

You might try hard coding one of the proxy server's ip in the HTTP proxy
settings, instead of using the round-robin dns of
rc5proxy.distributed.net.  This worked for me with the rc5-56.  rc5-64
actually works better for me with the round-robin.

Other than that you can grab (or someone can grab them for you) some 500
block buffers (mac clients?) for you to crunch.  After finishing (takes
my 210mhz 604e about 3 days to get thru a 500 block buffer) email them
back to some one for submittal.  Send 'em to someone with a mac or
they'll get counted for another OS 8-)


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Christopher C. Petro [SMTP:petro at playboy.com]
> Sent:	Wednesday, November 05, 1997 10:56 AM
> To:	rc5 at llamas.net
> Subject:	[rc5] Connecting thry a proxy.
> I have been running the Bovine RC-65 Client since last week on a
> powermac
> here at work, but because of our (necessarily) facist firewall/poxy
> server(s) I can't seem to connect to the key server.
> This means that I cannot assist properly in a coordinated search,
> which
> sucks, but it also means that whatever tiny chunk of the keyspace I do
> manage to search has to be covered elsewhere.
> I have tried using the HTTP proxy & expert mode settings (we have http
> &
> smtp access out) to no avail. Is there anyway I can connect and get
> assigned key blocks, or at least share what I have. If this can be
> done, I
> have a few spare machine laying around (not real fast ones) and a
> couple of
> servers (350 mhz. 604e's) that I may be able to get the client on.
> Thanks for your assistance.
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