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Unregistered June 27th, 2001 01:17 AM

Translating masq-ed IP's
 
Very impressive for just v0.1. You have my admiration.

A small detail I notice is that masqueraded IP's of gnutella hosts (i.e. 192.168.0.34) don't appear to be translated to the actual qualified IP's, presumeably causing a bunch of routing errors.

Is this a limitation of the gnutella protocol, or napshare, or "just one of those things?"

Great software, nonetheless.

Ben
tech@kwur.wustl.edu

Unregistered August 10th, 2001 09:06 PM

Re: Translating masq-ed IP's
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Unregistered
Very impressive for just v0.1. You have my admiration.

A small detail I notice is that masqueraded IP's of gnutella hosts (i.e. 192.168.0.34) don't appear to be translated to the actual qualified IP's, presumeably causing a bunch of routing errors.
tech@kwur.wustl.edu

I'd like to find a way to filter these hosts out of my search results, but the filtering mechanism seems to fail me. I click "Filter results", then under the global filters tab, I click "Add IP filter". I add a filter of 192.168.0.0 mask 255.255.0.0 and hit "apply filter", and nothing in the search results changes. Future searches still show those nonroutable IPs.


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