If this is your first time running I2P, you will see a link on the left hand side telling you to "reseed" - click that to get connected to the network (you only need to do it if that link shows up). Within 5 minutes, you should see the number of "Active: " peers rise, and you should see some local "destinations" listed (if not, see below). Once those are up, you can:
We've bundled some software to let you run your own eepsite - a
Jetty instance listening on
http://localhost:7658/. Simply place your files in
eepsite/docroot/ directory (or place any standard JSP/Servlet
eepsite/webapps, or standard CGI script under
and they'll show up. Your eepsite's
destination (which uniquely and securely identifies it) is shown on the I2PTunnel
configuration page - if you want other people to see your eepsite,
you need to give them that really huge string. Just paste it into the
Eepsite announce forum, add it to
ugha's wiki, orion's list, or paste it in the #i2p or #i2p-chat channels on
IRC (be sure to split it into two lines, as its too long for one).
If the left hand side has a warning, telling you to check your NAT or firewall, please see the config page and make sure that you can receive inbound TCP and UDP connections on port 8887 (or another port that you specify). Problems forwarding that port account for the vast majority of issues people run into. When it says "Active: 72/85", the "72" means how many peers you are connected with now, and "85" means how many you have spoken with recently - if that first number is 0, you can bet that there are firewall issues. If the second number is under 5, you should reseed (a link on the left hand side of the page will show up to help you when necessary).
If you are still having problems, you may want to review the information on the I2P website, post up messages to the I2P discussion forum, or swing by #i2p or #i2p-chat on IRC at irc.freenode.net, irc.postman.i2p or irc.freshcoffee.i2p (they're linked together).
As a note, you can change this page by editing the file "docs/readme.html"