|distributed.net Faq-O-Matic : the Personal Proxy software
|With a Personal Proxy, you can serve distributed.net clients. It allows you to establish one of your own machines as a buffer between your clients and one of the keyservers that are officially run by the distributed.net organizers. This will allow your clients to waste less time trying to connect to one of the main proxies, since the personal proxy will already have more key blocks waiting for your clients when they're ready.
|Answers related to networking of the proxy:
My proxy's connection is frequently disconnected from the Internet and is always too busy trying to make outgoing server connection to handle connections from my clients. Why is it ignoring my clients?
How does offline mode work?
Why does my perproxy fail to connect?
I want my proxy to automatically make upstream server connections at only certain times of the day.
What about offline or sneaknet proxies?
Lurk/Lurkonly support for Linux in proxyper?
My firewall prevents the proxy from doing DNS lookups.
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