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Re: [GNUnet-developers] S/Key rejects

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] S/Key rejects
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 14:04:14 -0500


The SKEY rejected messages are explained in the FAQ. The reason why you did 
not receive any content should be that your machine did not see any content 
flowing by. GNUnet currently does not migrate content that is not requested 
(because a simple approach to this may be a security risk as it would tell 
the receiver that the immediate sender stores this piece of data), thus your 
machine can only receive content if either you download data or somebody else 
aquires data via your machine. 

Either way, content migration is fairly new and has not been tested a lot, so 
there may also be a bug. 


On Wednesday 17 April 2002 11:10 am, you wrote:
> Hello,
> SKEY rejected from host 3926FC1F71D6108FBBC76B86D6F7CD4C8FD1E15B
> I' ve been running the CVS version of gnunetd for some time now, *with*
> active migration enabled, and I've noitced that I don't have anything in
> my /var/GNUnet/content directory. Checking the logs, I see the only
> activity registeted by the gnunetd daemon is
> "SKEY rejected from host 3926FC1F71D6108FBBC76B86D6F7CD4C8FD1E15B"
> (different hosts of course), but no other kind of messages.
> I have a strong iptables-based packet filter infrastructure, but port
> 2086 is open both ways.
> Thanks,
> --Ramiro Salas
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