Newbie bewilderment IV the saga continues

:) lists@xymox1.com
Thu Jan 2 01:25:14 UTC 2003


 
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Again thanx for the very fast timely help !!


%cdcc "host 127.0.0.1; stats"
localhost 127.0.0.1,6277
        server-ID 32112  18:20:13
    version 1.1.17  tracing ANON CLNT 
 903165 hash entries    256 used      9984 DB bytes
   50 ms delay  2 NOPs  2 ADMN  0 query  2 clients since 16:24:29
      0 reports       0>10       0>100       0>1000       0 many
        answers       0>10       0>100       0>1000       0 many
    0 bad IDs    0 passwds   1 error responses     0 retransmitted
    0 answers rate-limited   0 anonymous           0 rejected reports
    flood on   0 streams   0 out active 0 in      0 total flooded in
    0 accepted   0 stale     0 dup      0 white    0 delete
    1 reports added between Jan 01 16:24:29.607482 MST and Jan 01 18:20:13
 
%cdcc "host 216.122.249.51; stats"
xymox1.com 216.122.249.51,6277
        server-ID 32112  18:24:13
    version 1.1.17  tracing ANON CLNT 
 903165 hash entries    256 used      9984 DB bytes
   50 ms delay  3 NOPs  3 ADMN  0 query  2 clients since 16:24:29
      0 reports       0>10       0>100       0>1000       0 many
        answers       0>10       0>100       0>1000       0 many
    0 bad IDs    0 passwds   1 error responses     0 retransmitted
    0 answers rate-limited   0 anonymous           0 rejected reports
    flood on   0 streams   0 out active 0 in      0 total flooded in
    0 accepted   0 stale     0 dup      0 white    0 delete
    1 reports added between Jan 01 16:24:29.607482 MST and Jan 01 18:24:13
 


- -----Original Message-----
From: dcc-admin@rhyolite.com [mailto:dcc-admin@rhyolite.com] On Behalf Of Vernon Schryver
Sent: Wednesday, January 01, 2003 5:54 PM
To: dcc@rhyolite.com
Subject: Re: Newbie bewilderment IV the saga continues


> From: ":\)" <lists@xymox1.com>

> ...
> In fact if I run dccd you guys could hit dccd at my IP right ?

This evening (Jan 1, 2003), `cdcc "host 216.122.249.51; stats"` from afar says you are running dccd.  That shows that UDP packets with destination port 6277 can reach your system and that UDP packets with source port 6277 can leave your system.  Unfortunately, it does not say anything about either kind of UDP packet going in the opposite direction.  Those oppposite directions are what the DCC clients need.

> "Warning: Object directory not changed from original"
> I assume these are ok ???

They are ok unless you object to using common source and obj directories.
  
> Also I noticed an error in the install instruction.
> In step 3 you cannot copy  misc/dcc.m4 and misc/dccdnsbl.m4  as dcc.m4 
> is created during compile and at step 3 does not exist yet..

thanks.

> ...
> I have randomly set the server to id 32112 - stop me immd if this will 
> cause a issue on the dcc network by randomly assigning a server ID !.

Random server-IDs do no harm unless you try to connect your server to the public network.

> Same result from cddc info. Nothing working.
> ...

Do `cdcc "host 127.0.0.1; stats"` or `cdcc "host 216.122.249.51; stats"` find your server?


Vernon Schryver    vjs@rhyolite.com
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