Il giorno lun 21 gen 2019 alle ore 12:29 Christian Grothoff <address@hidden
> ha scritto:
On 1/21/19 9:02 AM, Catonano wrote:
> Is there anything I can do ? Can I change the line that Gnunet uses ?
Well, that's the interesting thing here: your original settings worked
with "upnpc -a LOCAL-IP PORT PORT tcp" yielding "external
184.108.40.206:2086" as the line in the output we should look for.
You found a way to change the setting to make our existing "-r" option
work, but that's not something _most_ users we hope to eventually have
will ever do. So we should modify src/nat/gnunet-service-nat_mini.c to
automatically try *both* methods.
This would ideally be done by someone who has a NAT that behaves in
exactly this way. Anyone here able and willing to help out?
that would make me a potential candidate ;-)
Too bad I didn't touch a single line of C code in my life
My offer: someone else writes the code, they push it in a branch and I can test that branch
I could appreciate some instructions about how to run gnunet from the build folder, without instaling it