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Cant Connect!!! Node Status (gnu Local: Timed Out) Cache At 45.87%
Ok... I am struggling with this
Gnucleus tries to connect, but never does.
On the Advanced tab of the Connections window I see a bunch of nodes popping in but they just go in this order…
Connecting –Syn Sent…
Gnu Local: Timed Out... dangit!
Cache sits at 45.87%
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, and am currently running version 126.96.36.199
- I am running Windows XP with all the updates.
- I am also running Mcafee Security Center (tried turning off firewall, didn’t make a difference)
- My Windows firewall is disabled
- I am on a wireless network
It's probably because the host cache used to bootstrap is now too old. You may want to Google for GWebCache (or BeaconCache), then pick a Gnutella host IP and try to connect to this host manually. I remember Gnutella2 connection was failing, so I fired up Shareaza, noted a G2 hub IP and manually connected to this hub with Gnucleus: Gnucleus then updates all its data and works like a charm after that, no need to repeat that again.
Can you give us an example please.
PS: Thanks for your signature. No wonder why I thought Shareaza went weird.
Hi andrew, I reinstalled Gnucleus on this puter, and interestingly I get the exact same problem described by the OP (cache stuck at 45.87%). Note that to be able to connect to G2 you'll need one of the latest (yet old) daily builds from Gnucleus Daily Builds Home Page . Now you have two options: either you fire up Shareaza or you find a GWebcache on a search engine. Here's an example, Beacon Cache, hosted by its developer: Beacon Cache II 0.1.19.1 . There just pick a G2 hub IP and port, and on the Advanced tab of the connection window feed it to Gnucleus and give it say a couple of minutes. You can repeat the same with Gnutella, and yes, it works with both Gnutella and G2, I just tried again to make sure. PS: Make sure you forward the appropriate port on your router if you're behind a NAT.
Hello, I am facing similar problem. I am complete beginner. I have installed Gnucleus 188.8.131.52. It is trying but it wont connect. In the Advanced Connections window it recognises many nodes, but after several seconds the status will change from "connecting" to "Gnu Local: Timed out" This goes on and on. Operating system is Windows7. Can someone help?
Have you tried File_Girl71's connection data here: Updated Connection Caches for Gnucleus! ? I noticed it was quite old beginning of this month but still might be ok because a percentage of G2 nodes tend to use static addresses (if they are still using the network.)
I am working on updating my own Gnucleus nodes, I will post it now if necessary but I don't think it's as up-to-date as I would want it to be to offer it here. You should still connect with it though.
Gnucleus 2 uses a slightly different connection file compared to Gnucleus 1.8 and is in a different location. For a start, Gnucleus 1.8 did not connect to the G2 network. But this is irrelevant for you.
For Windows 7, I am not sure if this is necessary for Gnucleus, but for some gnutella clients, it is best to run the program in Administrator mode (ie: right-click the program or the shorcut and choose to open as Administrator.) This may assist with connecting.
I only have Gnucleus 1.8 running on Win 7. My Gnucleus 2 runs on Win XP.
I just opened up my Gnucleus 2 and it connected to the G1 gnutella network immediately to 2 peers, and to 5 within 30 seconds. G2 is always slower because the G2 connection data in the connection file is last on the list. Took a minute or just over to connect to 2 G2 hub nodes for me.
In preferences -> Connect, I have it set as such: When in Child Mode, Keep at Least 4 Connects. I suspect this only applies to the Gnutella (G1) network. But 3 is plenty for Gnutella and was the standard number for most gnutella clients when this Gnucleus version was released. Even 2 hosts for gnutella is fine. Gnucleus will go into idle mode if it is not being used, and drop down to just a single gnutella connection. But as soon as you do a search, Gnucleus will quickly pick up more connections.
For filtering search results, of course you need to have filter words. But the filter option on the search results window needs to be checked, and as search results are coming in, go to the advanced tab and press Refresh for the filters to do their action. Else, check option 'Don't display results from filtered nodes' under Search in preferences.
Keep in mind, I do not think Gnucleus has UPnP abilities to open a port in NAT modem-routers. In which case, port forwarding is better for best results. Ports 6346 or 6348 are the default gnutella network ports but most above this number are fine.
There is also the option to Force Ultrapeer mode. If BearShare 5.1 Beta users do it to help connect then why not. "lol"
Gnucleus 2.2 would not run on my Win 7 or one of my XP's. But it seems 2.0.9 does. So this will help me to update the caches.
For G2 I found most my connections were with ShareAza clients. Occasional ones like Morpheus, P2PRocket, Crux, etc. If you use the Browse Network tool, keep in mind this is a static window and does not update on its own. You need to use the Refresh button.
I prefer to collate the hosts that show tendencies to stay connected for several days. The weekend is not a good time to collect such data. I prefer to do it mid-week when it's easier to connect to the dedicated users online rather than the weekend only users.
When I am reasonably happy with the GnuCache I will create an installer for it. But I will do it sooner if you want it now. Then update the installer again later.
Hello Lord of Rings, thank you for the answer. I only understood some of it. However, in the meantime I found some other solution for P2P filesharing. I downloaded bitTorrent and it works without problems. So the question is, is there anything special why should I try to make gnutela client Gnucleus work?
Torrents are great. Personally I use both torrents and the gnutella network. In fact, I have one program for private torrents and another for public torrents. I like to keep their bandwidth separate. I tend to mostly use LimeWire and Phex for the gnutella network. Phex because it has had a habit of finding the rarer files.
Gnucleus is an old client that has not been updated in about 7 or 8 years. But there other gnutella network clients that are more up-to-date.