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Dec 5, 2010 1:20:27 AM (10 years ago)
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    1515<div class="welcome"><h2>Welcome to the Invisible Internet</h2></div>
    1616<ul class="links"><li class="tidylist"><b>Starting Up &hellip;</b><br>If you've just started I2P, the number of <i>Active Peers</i> indicated under the <i>Peers</i> section in the sidepanel on the left should start to grow over the next few minutes and you'll also see a <i>Local Destination</i> named <i>Shared Clients</i> listed there, and possibly other clients and servers depending on how I2P is configured
    17    (if not, see the troubleshooting section <a href="#trouble">below</a>). These <i>Local Destinations</i> provide connections on different ports (and sometimes protocols) to the I2P network, enabling your bittorrent, e-mail, web proxy and other services to function.</li>
     17   (if not, see the troubleshooting section <a href="#trouble">below</a>). These <i>Local Destinations</i> provide connections on different ports (and sometimes protocols) to the I2P network, enabling your bittorrent, e-mail, web proxy and other services to function. More information is available from the <a href="/help">help page</a>.</li>
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    1919<li class="tidylist"><b>Network integration</b><br> The first time you start I2P it may take a few minutes to bootstrap (integrate) you into the network and find additional peers to optimize your integration, so please be patient. Once green stars are indicated next to your <i>Local Destinations</i>, there is a wide variety of things you can do with I2P, and below we introduce you to some of them.</li></ul>
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