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Everything else / This Message Board
« on: June 11, 2009, 04:27:49 AM »
What software do you use to run this message board?  Simple Machines?  Is it easy to set up and manage?

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Running HFS as a service in XP
« on: June 11, 2009, 04:25:39 AM »
Hey guys, I've been working with HFS for a while, recently my server lost power and required a login to start HFS again.  I need HFS and sTunnel to run as a service.

I used the following batch file to install the service:

ECHO OFF
CLS
ECHO "INSTALLING SERVICE"

sc create HFS-4300 binPath= "G:\Server\HFS - Port 44300\HFS - Port 44300.exe"

PAUSE

it follows with success or something like that.

and I checked the services panel under my control panel and it was there, sat to automatic and should have started HFS upon startup without a login, but it doesn't.  I did the same for my sTunnel software with no success.  Any help?

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / HFS and RelayTCP
« on: May 26, 2009, 07:47:53 PM »
Has anyone used RelayTCP is combination with HFS and sTunnel to automatically forward from port 80 to 443?  Does it work with XP/Vista?

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Download Speeds
« on: May 23, 2009, 12:33:55 PM »
I am running HFS on Win XP Pro.  It is a dedicated server and the only other thing on it is sTunnel (for remote clients only) and a FTP Server that isn't used unless I need to get into it to move some files around.  The Ethernet port on the server is 1000Mbs, but the infrastructure (Routers, Switches) is 100Mbs.

Here is my question.  I have one local client downloading and he is getting speeds of 4.5 MBS, which is awesome.  A second local client tries to download and he might get 1 MBS, while the first client continues to get 4.5 MBS.  A third might get in and get a speed of 450KBS, while the first gets 4.5 MBS and the second is getting 1 MBS.  After the first is complete the second's and third's speeds don't increase to take advantage of the released bandwidth.

Is this a problem with my OS?  How do I fix this?  I would like it so that it will automatically share the bandwidth evenly among local clients.

Thanks.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / HFS and Local DNS Server
« on: May 19, 2009, 12:10:26 PM »
Hey everyone, great product.  I run a network that has 8-10 clients on it and HFS works great for getting files out there, much faster than the old way.  My server's IP is 192.168.100.20.  So when a client wants to access the files they goto that IP address, but how could I set it up to have a Local Domain such as "server" or "downloads" instead of 192.168.100.20.  I have been reading other "guides" on Local DNS Addressing, but cant figure out the simple solution.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / HFS and sTunnel
« on: May 15, 2009, 12:46:31 AM »
I have been working on this for days.   >:(  and completed the sTunnel tutorial on the website a dozen times.  I have read the forums quite a bit and can't figure out what I am doing wrong.

Here is what I got:
I have my ports forwarded.  I have forwarded 443 and HFS is listening on 44300.  I set the stunnel.conf file to...

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; Some debugging stuff useful for troubleshooting (optional)
debug = 7
output = stunnel.log

;[pop3s]
;accept  = 995
;connect = 110

;[imaps]
;accept  = 993
;connect = 143

;[ssmtp]
;accept  = 465
;connect = 25

[https]
accept  = 443
connect = 44300
TIMEOUTclose = 0

per one of the more detailed forums.

My network consists of two routers.  First router has a wireless access point and a 24 port switch and the second router connected to it.  The Second has the first going into the Uplink port and it just has the server on it.  One main router with 443 forwarded to the second router's IP address.  The second router which acts a firewall and 443, 44300, 21, and 80 are all forwarded to the server at 192.168.100.20.

When I connect my other computer to my network I cannot connect to HFS through sTunnel (192.168.100.20:443), but if I forward 44300 and connect to my server on that port (192.168.100.20:44300) I get through just fine, without HTTPS.

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2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: Snagged 64 random bytes from C:/.rnd
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: Wrote 1024 new random bytes to C:/.rnd
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: RAND_status claims sufficient entropy for the PRNG
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: PRNG seeded successfully
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: Certificate: stunnel.pem
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: Certificate loaded
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: Key file: stunnel.pem
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: Private key loaded
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:3988]: SSL context initialized for service https
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG5[2960:3988]: stunnel 4.27 on x86-pc-mingw32-gnu with OpenSSL 0.9.8k 25 Mar 2009
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG5[2960:3988]: Threading:WIN32 SSL:ENGINE Sockets:SELECT,IPv6
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG5[2960:2276]: No limit detected for the number of clients
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:2276]: FD 144 in non-blocking mode
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:2276]: SO_REUSEADDR option set on accept socket
2009.05.14 20:31:51 LOG7[2960:2276]: https bound to 0.0.0.0:443
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:2276]: https accepted FD=152 from 192.168.100.22:3154
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:2276]: Creating a new thread
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:2276]: New thread created
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:3864]: https started
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:3864]: FD 152 in non-blocking mode
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:3864]: TCP_NODELAY option set on local socket
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG5[2960:3864]: https accepted connection from 192.168.100.22:3154
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:3864]: SSL state (accept): before/accept initialization
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG3[2960:3864]: SSL_accept: 1407609C: error:1407609C:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:http request
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG5[2960:3864]: Connection reset: 0 bytes sent to SSL, 0 bytes sent to socket
2009.05.14 20:31:55 LOG7[2960:3864]: https finished (0 left)

I don't get a cert request or anything on 443.  it just times out.

Perhaps someone could email a complete working sTunnel.conf file to me at CapitolCityLAN@GMail.com.  I can change my port forwarding and my HFS setting to make it work, I just cant get it to work in the first place. 

Added Note:  it does work at http://HTTPS://localhost:443

I could really use some help.  Thanks.

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