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Thread: Free IPv6 News Servers Guide (NZB,PAR,Newsgroups Guide)

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    SonsOfLiberty's Avatar The Lonely Wanderer
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    Well you can start at the IPv6 portal and use Freenet as you IPv6 server.

    http://go6.net/

    and then use SABnzbd to use IPv6 no bullshit setup.

    http://www.sabnzbd.org/

    Here's a guide I wrote for another forum.

    This is written entirely by me, no copy and paste, except the quoted parts :loll:. So bear with me.

    What Are Newsgroups?

    Usenet newsgroups have existed for quite a while and were originally meant as a place for discussions using text messages. The name of the Usenet newsgroup shows the subject discussed in that specific group. However, Usenet newsgroups can also be used for posting binaries (a general term for encoded data, like programs or music), which has become much more popular with the introduction of broadband connections to the Internet. You can recognize a binary Usenet newsgroup by the word binaries in the name of the group, for example alt.binaries.freeware.

    Newsgroups
    Usenet
    What is a NZB?

    NZB files are one of the latest developments on Usenet to make downloading a lot easier. Normally you have to download all headers from a news group which can take a lot of time. Another possibility would be to perform a XPAT search but this causes a heavy load on the news server, especially with large posts.

    But using a NZB file has a great advantage: downloading posts without updating headers or performing a XPAT search!

    Just download a NZB file, import it in your favorite news reader and start downloading.

    To understand how NZB files work, I will first explain something about posts on Usenet.

    Every file on Usenet is split up into many separate parts. These parts are called articles
    and are combined again to one file by your newsreader after downloading. Each article has
    a unique number, the so called message ID. With this number your newsreader knows exactly
    which file to download, because there is only one file with the same number.

    A NZB file is a collection of message IDís of the files the NZB has been made for. These
    message IDís are combined in a text file with the extension .nzb. I you have this .nzb
    file, import it in your newsreader and start downloading at once.

    NZB
    What are good newsgroups providers?

    Giganews (Pay for service)

    Astraweb (Pay for service)

    Newsdemon
    Notes: if your in college Newsdemon I believe offers it for free.

    All of these providers have a great TRIAL system, and you can use Credit Card or PayPal

    What are PAR's and how to I repair thenm?
    PAR version 2.0 (PAR2) is the more efficient successor of PAR (PAR1). You can use PAR2 to check whether your downloaded files were received completely and correctly and you can repair any missing or corrupt files if necessary! PAR2 divides a RAR set into 'blocks' so that the downloader can see how many blocks are missing. After that he can download that number of PAR2 blocks for reparation.

    QuickPar Homepage

    QuckPar Tutorial

    THE GUiDE

    You will need to travel to Go6.net

    When you visit go6 you will know if you need to download a client or not, it will say "You are using IPxx from: xx.xx.xxx.xx"



    If your using IPv4, then you will need to grab the client.

    Next go ahead and signup, you will get a free account and a server to use. (broker.freenet6.net)

    Click applications, downloads, and pick you Installer of Gateway6 Client, there are many to choose from. I picked Gateway6 6.0-BETA4.

    Install the client, and depeding on your network you have it will isntall another network connection called 'local area connection 2' or something similar. As you can see in my screenshots I've decided to re-name my connection to IPv6.

    YOU must enable ICS for this to work
    To enable ICS on a network connection:

    In Control Panel, double-click Network and Dial-Up Connections.

    Right-click the connection you want to share, and then click Properties.

    Click the Sharing tab, and then click to select the Enable Internet Connection Sharing for this connection check box.

    If the connection you are sharing is a Dial-up connection and you want the connection to dial automatically when another computer on your home network attempts to use external resources, click to select the Enable on-demand dialing check box.

    NOTE: To enable ICS in Windows, you must have administrative rights.

    IMPORTANT: You should not use this feature on a computer running DNS server or DHCP server or a Windows domain controller. When you enable ICS, the network adapter connected to the home or small office network is given a new static IP address configuration. Existing TCP/IP connections on the CS computer are lost and need to be re-established.
    I have a wirless pci card and a ethernet card. I have to share my Wirelss card with the Tunnel that we just created when we install the Gateway6 client. (I think this would hold true if you have and ethernet card you connect to the internet with, just share your ethernet card with the tunnel.)



    Right click on you internet connection, click Advanced: and you should see this:



    Tick, Allow other network users to connect through this computer's internet connection. And Then select the Hexago Virtual Tunnel connection.

    (leave unticked 'allow other network users to control or disable the share internet connetion'.)



    Cick OK, and you might have to reboot your computer, but I would do it just to be safe.

    After reboot, we need to start the Gateway6 Client Utility.



    Now will have to fill in the appropiate information, from the email you got from go6.net. Connect using the following credentials: Username Password and the server you got from the email.

    Now click connect: It will take a minute or two to connect.

    Click status after connect and you should see some info.




    Travel back to Go6.net and you should see: "You are using IPv6 from: xxxx:xxx:xxx:x::xxx"



    Go here: Kame.net If the turtle is flaping it's wings you are TRULY on IPv6.

    If you can't connect you might have to change your tunnel setup in the advanced tab in the Gateway 6 client. Now, since we have IPv6 and the tunnel setup, onto the NZB client, SABnzbd.

    It runs in Firefox (I've seen it can run in Opera and IE, but I've not tested it)

    SABnzbd

    Grab it and instal it.

    Start the client and Firefox will open, you might need change ports also.

    Example:
    SABnzbd needs a free tcp/ip port for its internal web server.
    Port 8080 on localhost was tried , but it is not available.
    Some other software uses the port or SABnzbd is already running.

    Please restart SABnzbd with a different port number.

    Press Startkey+R and type the line (example):
    "C:\Program Files\SABnzbd\SABnzbd.exe" --server localhost:8081

    If you get this error message again, please try a different number.


    Program did not start!
    If this is the case above navigate to: C:\Documents and Settings\user of computer\Local Settings\Application Data\sabnzbd

    Open, sabnzbd.ini and change to the port to whatever you have free or whatever you like.

    I change mine from 8080 to 8081.

    (SABnzbd I found out if you close your browser you will need to Ctrl+Alt+Delete to stop it)

    And yes there are GUI's available for SAB on the homepage and in the forums, but alas, I can't figure out how to get them to work.

    After re-starting SAB with the new ports, you should now see this:



    So as you can see we need to change a few things. Click Config. You can do a multitude of things in here, change themes, set up passwords, change download directorys, add TV show sorting, and most important add those IPv6 servers.

    Click servers, now these are the 2 free IPv6 servers, just add them and the host and choose how many connection you want, I choose 2. Enter 1 at a time:

    news.ipv6.eweka.nl
    reader.ipv6.xsnews.nl

    I used one as a backup, but you use both at the same time and pick how many connections you want.



    After we've done all that we can grab some NZB's, remember these 2 servers only have a retention of 100 days.

    I've uploaded a few for the community...

    As you can see, you can add the URL or NZB to SAB, and if you already running SAB it will auto grab the NZB when you
    select it from a webpage.




    Click browse for the NZB and then click add. And then check queue and see the files that you are downloading.



    You file will download to the preset/or the one you said directory...

    Comments welcome, and if you need I can re-clarify my guide, this is a rough guide and should at least get you started.



    If you want just a free news server and don't want to use the IPv6 then heres: freebin.readnews.com

    You can use SABnzbd, or NewsBin Pro (I use this for Giganews), or Newsleecher or GrabIt (freeware) or any other client you prefer.


    You can get help here and also this thread contains alot of the info above in a normal post with other users ways to use the free servers and how to use other clients and methods and not to mention fixes to some stuff here and there along with more free servers

    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/f-new...servers-332959
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  2. Guides and Tutorials   -   #2
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    For setting up ipv6 in ubuntu 9.04 i used this

    Click Here to install tspc or:
    sudo apt-get install tspc

    Press Alt-F2 then do:
    gksudo gedit /etc/tsp/tspc.conf

    Find the userid line and enter your useid for freenet6, then find the passwd line and enter your password you set, then set the server as broker.freenet6.net
    Like this:
    userid=your-name
    server=broker.freenet6.net
    passwd=your-password

    Save the file and exit, then open a terminal:
    sudo /etc/init.d/tspc restart

    Now lets check if tspc created a new ipv6 interface:
    ifconfig
    You should see something like:
    sit1 Link encap:IPv6-in-IPv4
    Source :
    http://www.ubuntu-unleashed.com/2009...up-access.html

    After that you can follow the same procedure , sabnzbd works in linux

  3. Guides and Tutorials   -   #3
    can use with ubuntu 10.04 with alternate easy method. "sudo apt-get install miredo" all u have to do is setup sabnzbdplus and ipv6 works =)

    Quote Originally Posted by manu1991 View Post
    For setting up ipv6 in ubuntu 9.04 i used this

    Click Here to install tspc or:
    sudo apt-get install tspc

    Press Alt-F2 then do:
    gksudo gedit /etc/tsp/tspc.conf

    Find the userid line and enter your useid for freenet6, then find the passwd line and enter your password you set, then set the server as broker.freenet6.net
    Like this:
    userid=your-name
    server=broker.freenet6.net
    passwd=your-password

    Save the file and exit, then open a terminal:
    sudo /etc/init.d/tspc restart

    Now lets check if tspc created a new ipv6 interface:
    ifconfig
    You should see something like:
    sit1 Link encap:IPv6-in-IPv4
    Source :
    http://www.ubuntu-unleashed.com/2009...up-access.html

    After that you can follow the same procedure , sabnzbd works in linux

  4. Guides and Tutorials   -   #4
    What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

  5. Guides and Tutorials   -   #5
    Quote Originally Posted by joshuatim View Post
    What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?
    -2
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."

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  7. Guides and Tutorials   -   #7
    Does this support Dlink router?

  8. Guides and Tutorials   -   #8
    What is difference betweem?

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  10. Guides and Tutorials   -   #10
    I didn't bother replying since he was obviously spamming, and the same question (asked by another spammer) was answered just some posts above his.
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."

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