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Re: UpDate:,,, Some Success, Server appears up, with one problem..

Can you try pining the DNS backup to see if you can reach it?
Comrade Ringo Kamens

On 10/29/07, algenon flower <algenon_flower@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello TOR people, Yay! I did finally get server up, but all is not
> completely good: Anyone interested please note log entries.Thanks for advice
> and support.
> I hope to have it working perfectly soon. Am not sure exactly what to think
> of entries below:
> *****************************************
> Oct 29 03:31:32.969 [Notice] Tor v0.2.0.7-alpha (r11572). This is
> experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity. (Running on
> Linux i686)
> Oct 29 03:31:32.975 [Notice] Initialized libevent version 1.1a using method
> epoll. Good.
> Oct 29 03:31:32.979 [Notice] Opening OR listener on
> Oct 29 03:31:33.131 [Notice] Opening Directory listener on
> Oct 29 03:31:33.138 [Notice] Opening Socks listener on
> Oct 29 03:31:33.142 [Notice] Opening Control listener on
> Oct 29 03:31:46.978 [Notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit. Looks
> like client functionality is working.
> Oct 29 03:32:19.088 [Notice] Self-testing indicates your DirPort is
> reachable from the outside. Excellent.
> Oct 29 03:32:45.443 [Notice] Performing bandwidth self-test...done.
> Oct 29 03:33:41.789 [Warning] eventdns: All nameservers have failed
> Oct 29 03:33:41.872 [Notice] eventdns: Nameserver is back up
> Oct 29 03:33:46.790 [Warning] eventdns: All nameservers have failed
> Oct 29 03:33:46.856 [Notice] eventdns: Nameserver is back up
> ************************************************
>   I can see from the Bandwith Graph that some traffic does flow through,
> though not a lot.  Is this normal? Is it OK that I get a "nameserver" error
> and how can that problem be solved?? The listed back up is my normal DNS at
> comcast.
>                                 Algenon
> algenon flower <algenon_flower@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  Hello Pei Hanru, experienced TOR users
>   I have checked Linksys doc's and I think they were helpful. At present, I
> think I need to assign a static IP to my RHEL system behind NAT firewall.
> That seems to include two extra assigned IP numbers, like, Then
> I can use port forwarding set-up on NAT router. I bet this is elementary
> school for many of you, it took a little while for me :),,  All I need now
> is the procedure to assign a static IP on RHEL. I am checking that now,,
> And, Hope it all Works! In any case, thanks to people interested, and
> additional comments welcome.
> peace, Algenon
> Pei Hanru <peihanru@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> On 2007-10-27 06:23 CST, algenon flower wrote:
> > Hello Michael Holstein and other interested people
> > I thought I had accomplished port forwarding (see attached file) but
> > did not succeed. After checking with Linksys support site I am going to
> > try a new apporach. Will study the doc's from Linksys, if anyone has
> > experience with this please let me know.
> > Algenon
> Unfortunately, you are doing worse...
> What you should do is first figuring out the *actual* private IP address
> of your Linux box, then forwarding port 9001 and port 9030 (or port
> range 9001-9030 if you like) to *that* address, rather than forwarding
> the same port range to three distinct addresses.
> It's a good idea to reread port forwarding part of Linksys manual carefully.
> Hanru
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