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endchan.i2p is down Anonymous 02/20/2017 (Mon) 14:46:10 [Preview] No. 5711

odilitime Board owner 02/22/2017 (Wed) 08:53:44 [Preview] No. 5717 del
restarted. let me know if that didn't fix it.

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 16:24:14 [Preview] No. 5724 del
i-it died again
right as i was about to post somewhere

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 16:47:23 [Preview] No. 5725 del
restarted again. Maybe I should auto-restart once every 24 hours?

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 17:12:51 [Preview] No. 5726 del
noooo, that is a bad idea. i2p routing is determined by how reliable a router is on the network. If it dc/s every day or less, you will never integrate well.

Better to figure out what's up with it. For starters: you using the java i2p or i2pd?

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 18:06:14 [Preview] No. 5727 del

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 18:11:57 [Preview] No. 5729 del
also I'm like so pumped there's finally a cross-net imageboard i recognize on i2p im so down to help

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 18:27:19 [Preview] No. 5730 del
alright, it SHOULD be ok as long as
a. hidden mode isn't enabled (check http://localhost:7657/confignet)
b. "Network: OK" and ports are forwarded good
c. bandwidth settings are set right (http://localhost:7657/config)

For bandwidth, set it to your top speed or 12500 KBps (100 Mbps) and adjust the share ratio where you want it. It says
>(97.66M bits per second or 31.18T bytes per month maximum)
at 12500 100% but don't let that freak you out, it'll never use 31 fucking terabytes ever. Most I've seen it use in a month is ~400GB. If that's a bit much sounding, try 10% to start off with and see what your usage is like.

Anonymous 02/25/2017 (Sat) 19:16:35 [Preview] No. 5731 del

Also while I'm thinking about it, check your server tunnel for it's various settings, as they can affect site reachability tremendously.
Tunnel count: Higher count/backup == more reliable but also more bandwidth usage.

Hop length: Lower hops == less anon and slightly less bandwidth usage but much better reliability, speed and RTT/ping time.

Backups are for when a built tunnel in the count suddenly dies, 1 or 2 of these can be handy for reliability. They aren't used otherwise and I don't think they use much bandwidth. will have to ask

If you honestly don't want much anonymity for your server (since it's hosting the same site on clearnet anyway) you could probably go for a 1 hop tunnel with 3-5 count and 1 backup. 1 hop ensures that others connecting still have their anonymity from your end while making your site faster to use and 5 count/1 backup would make for excellent reachability but potentially higher bandwidth usage due to the 6 tunnels being built.

I forget what variance does but I remember having piss poor performance :^)

With the bandwidth profile, I would try either the interactive or the bulk to see which works the best. Here I would see bulk probably working better.

lastly that I can think of, there's the "Reduce tunnel quantity when idle". This will reduce the tunnel count (but not backups) when idle. If you turn it on, this'll reduce bandwidth usage with more idleness and not affect reliability much. Very worth it to turn on.

If I think of anything else I'll let you know.

Anonymous 03/03/2017 (Fri) 06:17:22 [Preview] No. 5762 del

>Most I've seen it use in a month is ~400GB.

Ayo hol up. My I2P routers use a little over a terabyte a month each. I run one of them on my shitty home connection, too.

A terabyte is nothing these days, though.

Anonymous 03/09/2017 (Thu) 23:41:46 [Preview] No. 5779 del
It's down again.

I might be thinking 400GB every two weeks which, now that I think about it, sounds more accurate.

Anonymous 04/03/2017 (Mon) 14:33:20 [Preview] No. 5951 del
Fugg I can't get to endchan.i2p site
It gives me "503 service unavailable"

Anonymous 04/03/2017 (Mon) 14:38:34 [Preview] No. 5952 del
How do I configure my i2pd? I only get max 2KiB/s while I get 50KiB/s with i2p

Yes, I'm fucktard running both i2pd and i2p at the same time. Finding help for i2pd problems is hard.

Anonymous 04/05/2017 (Wed) 19:05:50 [Preview] No. 6053 del
Nevermind, now it is working

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