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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Re: [Help-gnunet] how fast should gnunet be?

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Re: [Help-gnunet] how fast should gnunet be?
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2002 12:00:30 -0500
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On Friday 30 August 2002 10:52 am, you wrote:
> > The 0 connected problem has been reported but could not be reproduced,
> > especially not when we tried to debug it. Any information on how to
> > reliably (and quickly if possible) reproduce it will be appreciated.
> I've seen this problem as well.  Just haven't had a chance to try and look
> into it.  The only info I have so far is that I'm behind a NAT'd firewall
> w/ port forwarding configured.  The firewall box has a static IP so I have
> my IP configured in gnunet.conf.  Changing HELOEXPIRES in my gnunet.conf
> config appears to affect the amount of time it takes for me to drop to 0
> connected hosts.  When logging is turned up I seem to remember that there
> were messages like every second or so saying that the IP had changed and
> trying to start new sessions.  I would think this causes other nodes to
> eventually start ignoring me Maybe it's comparing my machines IP w/ the IP
> in the config, which will, of course, always be different in this setup.
> Maybe I'll get some time to look at it this weekend.

It is definitely not the NAT since it does occur on non-NAT'ed machines. But 
the effect of HELOEXPIRES is a very interesting datapoint - and setting it to 
a much lower number than usual may give us an edge on finding the problem.


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