source: apps/routerconsole/jsp/help.jsp @ 9b8772a

Last change on this file since 9b8772a was 9b8772a, checked in by zzz <zzz@…>, 12 years ago
  • Throttle: Reject tunnels for first 20m uptime (was 10m)
  • TunnelPeerSelectors?:
    • Re-enable strict ordering of peers, based on XOR distance from a random hash
    • Restrict peers with uptime < 90m from tunnels (was 2h), which is really 60m due to rounding in netDb publishing.
  • i2psnark:
    • Limit max pipelined requests from a single peer to 128KB (was unlimited; i2p-bt default is 5 * 64KB)
    • Increase max uploaders per torrent to 6 (was 4)
    • Reduce max connections per torrent to 16 (was 24) to increase unchoke time and reduce memory consumption
    • Strictly enforce max connections per torrent
    • Choke more gradually when over BW limit
  • help.jsp: Add a link to the FAQ
  • peers.jsp: Fix UDP direction indicators
  • hosts.txt: Add update.postman.i2p
  • Property mode set to 100644
File size: 4.0 KB
1<%@page contentType="text/html"%>
2<%@page pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
3<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
6<title>I2P Router Console - help</title>
7<link rel="stylesheet" href="default.css" type="text/css" />
10<%@include file="nav.jsp" %>
11<%@include file="summary.jsp" %>
13<div class="main" id="main">
15Sorry, there's no help text here yet, so check out the
16<a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/faq.html">FAQ on www.i2p2.i2p</a>.
17<br />
19<h2>Legal stuff</h2>
20The I2P router (router.jar) and SDK (i2p.jar) are almost entirely public domain, with
21a few notable exceptions:<ul>
22<li>ElGamal and DSA code, under the BSD license, written by TheCrypto</li>
23<li>SHA256 and HMAC-SHA256, under the MIT license, written by the Legion of the Bouncycastle</li>
24<li>AES code, under the Cryptix (MIT) license, written by the Cryptix team</li>
25<li>SNTP code, under the BSD license, written by Adam Buckley</li>
26<li>The rest is outright public domain, written by jrandom, mihi, hypercubus, oOo,
27    ugha, duck, shendaras, and others.</li>
30<p>On top of the I2P router are a series of client applications, each with their own set of
31licenses and dependencies.  This webpage is being served as part of the I2P routerconsole
32client application, which is built off a trimmed down <a href="">Jetty</a>
33instance (trimmed down, as in, we do not include the demo apps or other add-ons, and we simplify configuration),
34allowing you to deploy standard JSP/Servlet web applications into your router.  Jetty in turn makes use of
35Apache's javax.servlet (javax.servlet.jar) implementation, as well as their xerces-j XML parser (xerces.jar).
36Their XML parser requires the Sun XML APIs (JAXP) which is included in binary form (xml-apis.jar) as required
37by their binary code license.  This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation
38( </p>
40<p>Another application you can see on this webpage is <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/i2ptunnel">I2PTunnel</a>
41(your <a href="i2ptunnel/" target="_blank">web interface</a>) - a GPL'ed application written by mihi that
42lets you tunnel normal TCP/IP traffic over I2P (such as the eepproxy and the irc proxy).  There is also a
43<a href="http://susi.i2p/">susimail</a> web based mail client <a href="susimail/susimail">available</a> on
44the console, which is a GPL'ed application written by susi23.  The addressbook application, written by
45<a href="http://ragnarok.i2p/">Ragnarok</a> helps maintain your hosts.txt files (see ./addressbook/ for
46more information).</p>
48<p>The router by default also includes human's public domain <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/sam">SAM</a> bridge,
49which other client applications (such the <a href="http://duck.i2p/i2p-bt/">bittorrent port</a>) can use. 
50There is also an optimized library for doing large number calculations - jbigi - which in turn uses the
51LGPL licensed <a href="">GMP</a> library, tuned for various PC architectures.  Launchers for windows users are built with <a href="">Launch4J</a>, and the installer is built with <a href="">IzPack</a>.  For
52details on other applications available, as well as their licenses, please see the
53<a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/licenses">license policy</a>.  Source for the I2P code and most bundled
54client applications can be found on our <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/download">download page</a>.
57<h2>Release history</h2>
58 <jsp:useBean class="net.i2p.router.web.ContentHelper" id="contenthelper" scope="request" />
59 <jsp:setProperty name="contenthelper" property="page" value="history.txt" />
60 <jsp:setProperty name="contenthelper" property="maxLines" value="500" />
61 <jsp:setProperty name="contenthelper" property="startAtBeginning" value="true" />
62 <jsp:getProperty name="contenthelper" property="textContent" />
64 <p>
65 A more complete list of changes can be found
66 in the history.txt file in your i2p directory.
67 </p>
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