Crust Test v2 (concluded)


#21

Is there a target Success Rate that we are hoping to achieve? We’re at 77% now, which is a fair bit better then test #1.


#22

If anyone is struggling there is a step by step guide on our YT channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfD-5PWh0pc&t=5s or as always we are happy to help! :slight_smile: Excited to see so many connections already


#23

It probably depends on which company is your service provider. If you know your way around computers first look and see if your router ip displayed in the router settings page match the ip that is shown if you go to (www.integrity.st , page owned by a non-profit foundation). If it don’t match you are probably behind a cg carrier nat. If you would just like to try and switch to a public ip and test if it solves the problem then try search for public ip/ipv4 on your internet service provider web page or contact them by mail or phone and ask them for a public ipv4 adress. You can also google search to see if others which have the same ISP as you have had similar problems.


#24

I was about to ask the same question. These connections are being dropped isn’t it, so this is tried before getting at XOR-level? And using gossip a 75% could be good as there are always enough connections that do work?


#25

Looking good! Woooooooo!
Glad to be part of history.

One issue… am trying to test over protonVPN straight after, even when registering the new ipaddress
the client does not connect.
When I return to the origional address it does work.


#26

I had to try to get involved this time and I managed it :joy: Windows 7 home premium currently got 63% success rate


#27

Testing from a WeWork location without VPN, I get a similar error to the one reported by @Avi. Tried these conditions 3 times and encountered that error every time.

When I put on VPN (in the same location), I’m able to connect.


#28

Brave! A definite improvement. What does @maidsafe think of the current results?


#29

Over protonVPN… I get the following error.

Here is the VPN IP address

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Edit: Am running Win10 on Mac boot camp.


#30

FYI I connect no probs with my VPN on, but without it it fails and tells me to try again later.

I’m using a hotspot on my mobile broadband to connect. Here is the failure message:

INFO 19:14:21.750976426 [client client.rs:1202] Our public ID: 31af8c..
INFO 19:14:21.751102672 [client client.rs:1204] Attempting bootstrap...
INFO 19:14:22.231235128 [client client.rs:1225] Connected to 8f6155.. (104.248.175.190:8000)
INFO 19:14:22.300322493 [client client.rs:776] Detecting NAT type...
INFO 19:14:22.403837076 [p2p::tcp::hole_punch mod.rs:222] Symmetric NAT with non-uniformly changing port mapping detected. No logic for Tcp external address prediction for these circumstances!
WARN 19:14:22.451999411 [p2p::udp::hole_punch::rendezvous_client rendezvous_client.rs:163] Symmetric NAT with non-uniformly changing port mapping detected. No logic for Udp external address prediction for these circumstances!
WARN 19:14:22.452351692 [p2p::udp::hole_punch::rendezvous_client rendezvous_client.rs:163] Symmetric NAT with non-uniformly changing port mapping detected. No logic for Udp external address prediction for these circumstances!
WARN 19:14:22.452617332 [p2p::udp::hole_punch::rendezvous_client rendezvous_client.rs:163] Symmetric NAT with non-uniformly changing port mapping detected. No logic for Udp external address prediction for these circumstances!
INFO 19:14:22.452692954 [client client.rs:786] Detected NAT type for TCP EDMRandomPort([19639, 26718, 3298])
INFO 19:14:22.452768487 [client client.rs:787] Detected NAT type for UDP EDMRandomPort([24247, 57365, 11850])
INFO 19:14:22.452808569 [client client.rs:790] Detected OS type: Linux
INFO 19:14:22.452844012 [client client.rs:792] IGD failed
ERROR 19:14:22.453048399 [client client.rs:1024] 

Failed to collect our connection information. Error description: Rendezvous with server failed for both Tcp and Udp - could not obtain our external address
Please try again later and if the error persists please contact us and send the log file.

#31

So… left the office a couple of hours ago.
Went the long way home.
Cracked open a beer.
Logged on to the faithful old work laptop.
Fired up the test… and I’ve got 52 attempts at 100% success! :smile_cat:

(edit: spelling correction - I’ve a reputation to uphold!)


#32

Mark - you’ve broke it! :laughing:

Is it reproducible?

I know that @nbaksalyar will be more than interested to see what’s going on.

David


#33

I’m the only one from France doing the test :smile:

Only 57% success rate for me :thinking:


#34

I tried twice, same result. Turned on my VPN and it worked straight away.


#35

Hey @SylvainAG - I’m one of your successful connections. So… Bonjour de Glasgow… I guess.


#36

Yes perfect ! :slight_smile: Bonjour de Nantes.

After a few minutes, I’m stuck on “All available peers have… 10 secondes”, but nothing happens after 10 secondes. Is that normal or does it mean that the test is over and I should better start a new one?


#37

:smile: - that is perfectly normal - it will check every 10 seconds but won’t report back until it has something interesting to say.


#38

That just means that you are connected to everyone on the test currently. It will keep trying to find new people every 10 seconds, if there is anyone new will then be included


#39

Ok nice, so I let it running :slight_smile:


#40

such a considerate piece of software :smile: