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WebCache 1.9a Beta - Based on eMule 0.44b - Caches data on HTTP proxy servers.
1. Start eMule and connect to a server or Kad.
2. Go to Preferences->Webcache and press the AutoDetect button, if autodetection
fails you will have to enter your proxy servers' address and port number
manually, you should be able to find these out by either typing your ISPs' name
and the word 'proxy' in google, or by calling your ISPs' customer support and
asking them. When you find out your ISP-proxy-server please submit your settings
(either via the email link or the webform) so we can improve the autodetector.
3. Restart eMule.
When downloading/uploading using HTTP you will see 'Up/Downloading Via Proxy' in
the status columns of your up/download lists. When downloading _cached_ data
from your proxy (data that had already been downloaded via the proxy by another
client), you will see a client with a webcache icon called 'HTTP Proxy @
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' the x's being the proxys' IP address.
In order for webcached transfer to occur there must be two webcache clients
downloading the same file from behind the same proxy (both still needing the
requested chunk), and another webcache client (proxy doesn't matter) uploading
it. Usually, if there are no other clients behind your proxy downloading the
same file as you, your webcache-mule will not use your proxy for the download (it
will download using the standard ED2K protocol). The only exception to this is
the webcache testfile, which will always be downloaded via the proxy using HTTP.
In version 1.2 we have added an option to allow/disallow persistent connections
to the proxy server. It appears that different proxies behave differently with
regard to persistent connections. Some, like www-proxy.t-online.de will
terminate a connection after a single HTTP GET request, resulting in lost blocks
if the persistent connection option is checked. While others, like
proxy.netvision.net.il will (apparently) throttle the connection at first,
resulting in a slow download-rate if the persistant connections option is
We have disabled persistent connections by default, since this is the safer
setting. If you see that your cached downloads are slow even when you have
several cached blocks on queue (you can see this in the verbose log window), you
should try to check this option. The persistent connections checkbox is under
Preferences->Webcache->'show advanced controls'. Let us know which settings
seems to be the better one for your ISP.
** Note: 1.2d handles HTTP connections better, if persistent connections didn't
work well for you in older versions, they might work now. Depending on
user-feedback, we might make persistent connections on by default in the future.
One of the new v1.9 features is automatic proxy database updating. It’s a good
idea to keep the settings up-to-date, but if you don’t like them, you can
disable automatic updates in the advanced webcache settings.