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[GNUnet-developers] using gnunet from behind NAT

From: andrew
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] using gnunet from behind NAT
Date: Sat, 6 Jul 2002 20:03:46 +0100

I guess my question is:  Can gnunet handle an external IP address that 
changes every few hours and NAT at the same time?

Since the answer to that could be: No!  Can I use some form of traceroute 
command to automatically update the IP?

Further Info That might help

Can I use gnunet?  Yes it works OK locally.

BUT I can't see anything on the internet.  I use an ADSL modem on 
gnu/linux/redhat with an external IP address that changes with each dialup.  
My local addresses are 192.168..... and get to the internet by NAT, I'm told.

I'm trying 0.4.2 (beta) and the error(?) shown is "warning: not connected to 
any hosts, can not forward query" when "gnunet-search GPL" is done

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