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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 12:03 am 
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Thank you, Chogon and all.

This is working now. Outside the quotes works after all.

Edit: I now have a login screen!!! :D :D :D


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Awesome. Problem solved and Adam doesn't have to lift a finger (erm, look at a single hex digit). Tanks (roll through the streets of Moscow...) Chogon!

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I've done my graphics settings and my tutorial and it's way past my bedtime. (UK).
I'm a happy bunny! Goodnight, all.


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Rusty_Russell, glad to see you are able to get in. I wanted to help but saw you had excellent aide being provided and I could not have contributed anything better. Again, glad to see you finally in! Woot.

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Thank you. :)


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Hey! I went to bed and missed the good bit :D (hats off to AdamJohnso)

Rusty_Russell wrote:
Thanks. MTU Discovery was enabled by default. They now both match (on). Shall I turn them both off?

Not that it matters that much now, but normal is to have MTU Discovery ON and BH Detect OFF.

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(hats off to AdamJohnso)


Did Chogon morph while I wasn't looking? :) [It was bypassing the load balancer and using one server explicitly that did the trick]

Thanks for all your help too, Mac_Fife. :)


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Rusty_Russell wrote:
Did Chogon morph while I wasn't looking? :)

:oops: Didn't read back far enough through the thread when I was doing a catch up tonight...
Kudos to Chogon :)

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Me? Cyan Employee? No way, wrong part of the country dude.

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I tried the other load balancer (/FileSrv=75.101.188.140) and it worked like a charm.
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Hamsta wrote:
I tried the other load balancer (/FileSrv=75.101.188.140) and it worked like a charm.
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Thanks Chogon and everybody else for there input!


You mean file server :P

The whole point of this exercise was to bypass the load balancer.

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Which is not the point of using a load balancer. ;)

When Chogon says the problem has been corrected, please remove the direct address to once again test it under normal conditions.

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Hi all. Hamsta and I will have to do the new update with the filesrv parameter in use. MQExplorer.exe keeps being reset otherwise.


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JWPlatt wrote:
Which is not the point of using a load balancer. ;)

When Chogon says the problem has been corrected, please remove the direct address to once again test it under normal conditions.


When Chogon was saying that the prob has been corrected ?

Anyway, the prob seems still to be existing -- but I really wonder about the rules of this "Load-balancer" -- I completed the whole download w/ a limited bandwidth of 100kb/s -- took me 3 Hrs, but it worked.

The differences between me and RR/Hamsta are:
1.) I'm on a different ISP
2.) my physical round-trip-delay is different (DSL-speed, ISP-behaviour)

So this problem may arise, if the delay betweeen some packets is to high ?

maybe it's worth to try some tracert-runs ?


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When Chogon was saying that the prob has been corrected?

Er hat nicht gesagt, es ist behoben.

He did not say it's fixed.

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