Ämne:RE: [dcdev] ADC already obsolete?
Från:Gustaf Räntilä <[email protected]>
Till:"'Direct Connect developers'" <[email protected]>
[email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jan Vidar Krey Sent: Friday, February 11, 2005 5:40 PM To: Direct Connect developers Subject: Re: [dcdev] ADC already obsolete? The Linux behaveour, that makes sense to me, is that the connection is closed by the connection tracker after 45 seconds idle, which means the timer is reset for every packet traversing. So if you don't get an answer within 45 seconds, you will not get it, most likely.-----Original Message----- From:
Which to me is a perfectly acceptable behaviour. It's just like any other connection then, you'll have to initiate another connection after a certain timeout. And about the statistics, it's very much not scientific, but gives a good hint about the probability of this hacks success. NetGear and D-Link being the absolutely most widely used routers for poor DC-geeks works very well it seems. And Windows being the most used OS especially among DC users works to 100%. This on UDP. So I'd like to say that at least 85-90% of the current passive users would support this punching, but since it takes two to tango - the percentage must be squared, so about 70-80% success in the end. Good enough for me. But this definitely needs testing before I can open up the champagne ;) My reference being the article col pointed to - http://www.brynosaurus.com/pub/os/nat.pdf Opera-- DC Developers mailinglist http://3jane.ashpool.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dcdev