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May 25, 2011 4:52:52 PM (9 years ago)
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Operation close #354 part one of ??: Make the router console's help pages valid html. We *LOVE* valid HTML.

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    1111</head><body>
    1212<%@include file="summary.jsi" %>
    13 <h1>I2P Router Help & Support</h1>
     13<h1>I2P Router Help &amp; Support</h1>
    1414<div class="main" id="main"><p>
    1515If you'd like to help improve or translate the documentation, or
    1616help with other aspects of the project, please see the documentation for
    1717<a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/getinvolved.html">volunteers.</a>
    18 </p><p>Further assistance is available here:
     18</p><p>Further assistance is available here:</p>
    1919<ul class="links">
    20 <li class="tidylist"><a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/faq.html">FAQ on www.i2p2.i2p</a>
    21 <li class="tidylist"><a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/faq_de.html">Deutsch FAQ</a>.</ul>
     20<li class="tidylist"><a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/faq.html">FAQ on www.i2p2.i2p</a></li>
     21<li class="tidylist"><a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/faq_de.html">Deutsch FAQ</a>.</li></ul>
    2222<br>You may also try the <a href="http://forum.i2p/">I2P forum</a>
    23 or IRC.</p>
     23or IRC.
    2424
    2525<h2>Summary Bar Information</h2><p>
     
    3131The first four characters (24 bits) of your 44-character (256-bit) Base64 router hash.
    3232The full hash is shown on your <a href="netdb.jsp?r=.">router info page</a>.
    33 Never reveal this to anyone, as your router info contains your IP.
     33Never reveal this to anyone, as your router info contains your IP.</li>
    3434<li class="tidylist"><b>Version:</b>
    35 The version of the I2P software you are running.
     35The version of the I2P software you are running.</li>
    3636<li class="tidylist"><b>Now:</b>
    3737The current time (UTC) and the skew, if any. I2P requires your computer's time be accurate.
    3838If the skew is more than a few seconds, please correct the problem by adjusting
    39 your computer's time.
     39your computer's time.</li>
    4040<li class="tidylist"><b>Reachability:</b>
    4141The router's view of whether it can be contacted by other routers.
    4242Further information is on the <a href="config.jsp#help">configuration page</a>.
    43 </ul><h3>Peers</h3><ul>
     43</li></ul><h3>Peers</h3><ul>
    4444<li class="tidylist"><b>Active:</b>
    4545The first number is the number of peers you've sent or received a message from in the last few minutes.
     
    4848The second number is the number of peers seen in the last hour or so.
    4949Do not be concerned if these numbers vary widely.
    50 First enable all stats to <a href="configstats.jsp#router.activePeers">[Enable graphing]</a>.
     50First enable all stats to <a href="configstats.jsp#router.activePeers">[Enable graphing]</a>.</li>
    5151<li class="tidylist"><b>Fast:</b>
    5252This is the number of peers you use for building client tunnels. It is generally in the
    5353range 8-30. Your fast peers are shown on the <a href="profiles.jsp">profiles page</a>.
    54 <a href="configstats.jsp#router.fastPeers">[Enable graphing]</a>.
     54<a href="configstats.jsp#router.fastPeers">[Enable graphing]</a>.</li>
    5555<li class="tidylist"><b>High Capacity:</b>
    5656This is the number of peers you use for building some of your exploratory tunnels. It is generally in the
    5757range 8-75. The fast peers are included in the high capacity tier.
    5858Your high capacity peers are shown on the <a href="profiles.jsp">profiles page</a>.
    59 First enable all stats to <a href="configstats.jsp#router.highCapacityPeers">[Enable graphing]</a>.
     59First enable all stats to <a href="configstats.jsp#router.highCapacityPeers">[Enable graphing]</a>.</li>
    6060<li class="tidylist"><b>Well Integrated:</b>
    6161This is the number of peers you use for network database inquiries.
    6262These are usually the "floodfill" peers.
    63 Your well integrated peers are shown on the bottom of the <a href="profiles.jsp">profiles page</a>.
     63Your well integrated peers are shown on the bottom of the <a href="profiles.jsp">profiles page</a>.</li>
    6464<li class="tidylist"><b>Known:</b>
    6565This is the total number of routers you know about.
     
    6969it may vary widely depending on your total bandwidth,
    7070shared bandwidth, and locally-generated traffic.
    71 I2P does not require a router to know every other router.
     71I2P does not require a router to know every other router.</li>
    7272</ul><h3>Bandwidth in/out</h3><div align="justify">
    7373Should be self-explanatory. All values are in bytes per second, not bits per second.
     
    8383<li class="tidylist"><div align="justify"><b>Exploratory:</b>
    8484Tunnels built by your router and used for communication with the floodfill peers,
    85 building new tunnels, and testing existing tunnels.</div>
     85building new tunnels, and testing existing tunnels.</div></li>
    8686<li class="tidylist"><b>Client:</b>
    87 Tunnels built by your router for each client's use.
     87Tunnels built by your router for each client's use.</li>
    8888<li class="tidylist"><b>Participating:</b>
    8989Tunnels built by other routers through your router.
     
    9393to change your share percentage on the <a href="config.jsp#help">configuration page</a>.
    9494You may also limit the total number by setting <tt>router.maxParticipatingTunnels=nnn</tt> on
    95 the <a href="configadvanced.jsp">advanced configuration page</a>. <a href="configstats.jsp#tunnel.participatingTunnels">[Enable graphing]</a>.
     95the <a href="configadvanced.jsp">advanced configuration page</a>. <a href="configstats.jsp#tunnel.participatingTunnels">[Enable graphing]</a>.</li>
    9696<li class="tidylist"><b>Share ratio:</b>
    9797The number of participating tunnels you route for others, divided by the total number of hops in
    9898all your exploratory and client tunnels.
    99 A number greater than 1.00 means you are contributing more tunnels to the network than you are using.
     99A number greater than 1.00 means you are contributing more tunnels to the network than you are using.</li>
    100100</ul>
    101101
     
    109109If it is consistently higher than 500ms, your computer is very slow, or the
    110110router has serious problems.
    111 <a href="configstats.jsp#jobQueue.jobLag">[Enable graphing]</a>.
     111<a href="configstats.jsp#jobQueue.jobLag">[Enable graphing]</a>.</li>
    112112<li class="tidylist"><b>Message delay:</b>
    113113How long an outbound message waits in the queue.
     
    116116or you should adjust your bandwidth limits, or your (bittorrent?) clients
    117117may be sending too much data and should have their transmit bandwidth limit reduced.
    118 <a href="configstats.jsp#transport.sendProcessingTime">[Enable graphing]</a> (transport.sendProcessingTime).
     118<a href="configstats.jsp#transport.sendProcessingTime">[Enable graphing]</a> (transport.sendProcessingTime).</li>
    119119<li class="tidylist"><b>Tunnel lag:</b>
    120120This is the round trip time for a tunnel test, which sends a single message
     
    123123If it is consistently higher than that, your computer is very slow,
    124124or you should adjust your bandwidth limits, or there are network problems.
    125 <a href="configstats.jsp#tunnel.testSuccessTime">[Enable graphing]</a> (tunnel.testSuccessTime).
     125<a href="configstats.jsp#tunnel.testSuccessTime">[Enable graphing]</a> (tunnel.testSuccessTime).</li>
    126126<li class="tidylist"><b>Handle backlog:</b>
    127127This is the number of pending requests from other routers to build a
     
    129129It should usually be close to zero.
    130130If it is consistently high, your computer is too slow,
    131 and you should reduce your share bandwidth limits.
     131and you should reduce your share bandwidth limits.</li>
    132132<li class="tidylist"><b>Accepting/Rejecting:</b>
    133133Your router's status on accepting or rejecting
     
    137137or reject all requests for a number of reasons, to control
    138138the bandwidth and CPU demands and maintain capacity for
    139 local clients.</ul>
     139local clients.</li></ul>
    140140
    141141<h2>Legal stuff</h2><p>The I2P router (router.jar) and SDK (i2p.jar) are almost entirely public domain, with
     
    156156Apache's javax.servlet (javax.servlet.jar) implementation.
    157157This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation
    158 (http://www.apache.org/). </p>
     158(http://www.apache.org/).</p>
    159159
    160160<p>Another application you can see on this webpage is <a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/i2ptunnel">I2PTunnel</a>
     
    169169which other client applications (such the <a href="http://duck.i2p/i2p-bt/">bittorrent port</a>) can use.
    170170There is also an optimized library for doing large number calculations - jbigi - which in turn uses the
    171 LGPL licensed <a href="http://swox.com/gmp/">GMP</a> library, tuned for various PC architectures.  Launchers for windows users are built with <a href="http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/">Launch4J</a>, and the installer is built with <a href="http://www.izforge.com/izpack/">IzPack</a>.  For
     171LGPL licensed <a href="http://swox.com/gmp/">GMP</a> library, tuned for various PC architectures.  Launchers for windows users
     172are built with <a href="http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/">Launch4J</a>, and the installer is built with
     173<a href="http://www.izforge.com/izpack/">IzPack</a>.  For
    172174details on other applications available, as well as their licenses, please see the
    173175<a href="http://www.i2p2.i2p/licenses">license policy</a>.  Source for the I2P code and most bundled
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