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Old 2005-08-08, 17:09   #12
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Sorry for the late answer.
But due to my PC problems i missed some of the posts here.
As i have never run the server myself i don't know what bandwith is realy needed but i think it is not that much.
Most data will be transfered when i grap the newest results i think.

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Old 2005-08-10, 01:54   #13
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Ok Lars. Just let me know what I need to do to help.

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Old 2005-08-10, 03:46   #14
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I have registered

pspserver.no-ip.org

If everyone moves there llrclients to this address then I can direct them to server on which Llrnet is beign hosted.

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Old 2005-08-10, 07:05   #15
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Tell me when it is active and i will switch.

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Old 2005-08-10, 07:15   #16
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I just need the IP address of the computer running the LLRnet server. Then if in the future we change the llrnet server, the clients will not notice it as they are pointed to this URL.

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Old 2005-08-10, 08:11   #17
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At the moment we run against:

server = "www.footmaster.co.uk"
port = 12984

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Old 2005-08-10, 16:44   #18
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We will leave it with www.footmaster.co.uk, since footmaster does not have a static IP, as I will have to change the DNS redirect each time his IP address changes.

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Old 2005-08-11, 08:12   #19
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My IP address is static 81 86 148 136
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Old 2005-08-13, 07:48   #20
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I thought of a better name

pspnet.no-ip.org

It is pointing to footmaster's server, let me know if it does not work.

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@lars, if it works you will have to update the files you are hosting and the LLRnet guide.
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Old 2005-08-14, 08:44   #21
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The linux and windows clients are updated to use "pspnet.no-ip.org".
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Old 2005-10-23, 07:19   #22
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ltd,

I am having some problems installing the PSPnet on some of my computers. Could you double check if footmaster's server is working and the configuration file of the LLRNet you host for windows is set properly.

The client tries to connect port 6999 instead of 12986 and then it does not get any numbers to work on.

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