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Do You Want To Recover The List Of Servers? Real and Fake servers list

#31 User is offline   ElChele 

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Posted 09 March 2006 - 01:05 PM

@ paokaraemule

paokaraemule said:

1)Why when i'm adding a new server example Donkey server didnt appear any number on PING,USERS category?

Maybe fake donkey server.

paokaraemule said:

]2)What does it mean FAKE SERVER???

Summarizing.
A server created by companies anti-p2p. in order to harming the network.
This server gives false high ID to you. (among other things).

paokaraemule said:

3)If i have 14 server on my server list and i'm searhing for a file with the option GLOBAL SERVER in method of searching..the searching engine will be search into these 14 servers?

Click me
Read the topic I linked below, specially FakeServerlist point.
Click me

Edit: Related info.

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This post has been edited by ElChele: 09 March 2006 - 01:17 PM

Posted Image Make your own ipfilter file, and manage fake files. Take in count, You are the best filter for emule.
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Posted 09 March 2006 - 01:37 PM

To add:

If you do not get any server information, even with known good servers, then this indicates a problem with serverUDP port. By default this is a random port (defined in preferences.ini as 65535.) Sometimes it is necessary to specify a port here and open/forward as with the normal TCP/UDP ports.

Note that the list provided by corpo (gruk) does not specifically give 'non-fake' servers, but simply a list of servers that are correctly configured. Not all incorrectly configured servers are fake and vice-versa.
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Posted 09 March 2006 - 06:40 PM

how can you understand that a server is fake-Spy?
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Posted 09 March 2006 - 08:16 PM

paokaraemule, on Mar 9 2006, 08:40 PM, said:

how can you understand that a server is fake-Spy?
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An example:
You do a search for emule.exe and you get .*jpg results only.
You don't forward/open ports, and you get hight ID, when a real server give'u low ID.
Anyway, you've the fake/real serverList.
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#35 User is offline   paokaraemule 

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 08:31 AM

Elchele you mean that is a good idea to have only this server on my server list?
Real server list in active.

ed2k://|DonkeyServer6 62.241.53.15|4242|/
ed2k://DonkeyServer5 62.241.53.4|4242|/
ed2k://DonkeyServer1 62.241.53.2|4242|/
ed2k://Cheztiff2 213.251.136.83|4661|/
ed2k://Cheztiff 213.186.60.106|4661|/
ed2k://Byte Devils 194.213.0.20|3306|/
ed2k://Big BanG9 80.239.200.108|3000|/
ed2k://Big BanG8 80.239.200.107|3000|/
ed2k://Big BanG6 80.239.200.105|3000|/
ed2k://Big BanG5 80.239.200.104|3000|/
ed2k://Big BanG2 80.239.200.101|3000|/
ed2k://Big BanG11 80.239.200.110|3000|/
ed2k://|Big BanG1 80.239.200.99|3000|/
ed2k://SaugCenter2 81.169.143.167|7777|/
ed2k://SaugCenter1 80.190.233.144|6565|/

.....and to eliminate all the others?
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#36 User is offline   ElChele 

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 01:38 PM

@ paokaraemule
Yes. Do it.
And please don't forget Kad.Net, it's a good alternative. :)
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Posted 13 March 2006 - 02:44 PM

ElChele in my server list yesterday i had 14 servers ,today 13 of them dissapear from my server list? WHY???
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Posted 13 March 2006 - 05:16 PM

paokaraemule, on Mar 13 2006, 04:44 PM, said:

ElChele in my  server list yesterday i had 14 servers ,today  13 of them dissapear from my server list?  WHY???
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Follow step by step the How to, specially: Option>Server>Remove dead server after 10 retries.
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Posted 13 March 2006 - 11:52 PM

I erased all fake servers according the real servers list posted here, am connected to Donkey 1 or Em server no.1, my ADSL is 1024/128..

Before I erased fake servers, my downloads would reach 128kbps, up and down a bit, but usually around 90kbps.. but now, between the real servers only (didn't connect to fake servers before), they are down to 15-30 kbps, very rarely do I reach 50kbps :( :(

Is it so bad with everyone else?
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Posted 14 March 2006 - 03:00 AM

Just coincidence - number of sources/DL's/time online etc.

Servers have nothing to do with transfer speed. You won't want to believe me and you will be sure that something is wrong, but experience & understanding of how Emule works will tell you otherwise.

With the exception of being very lucky (or running large numbers of DL's/connections), filling your bandwidth (128kB/s in your case) is a sure sign of a fake file.
On average, 15-30, peaking at 50 sounds like a good mule to me :+1:

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Posted 14 March 2006 - 12:19 PM

niclights, on Mar 14 2006, 05:00 AM, said:

Just coincidence


Your write that in every reply to me.. Perhaps we didn't understand each other.

15-30 is the download speed for more files, up to 10 files, not for one file (that would be excellent, yes). A lot of the time it stays at just 6, 7..

Before I did have fake servers in my list, but I never connected to them, just to Razorback 2.0, now to Donkey 1 & Em server 1 (which I think is not fake, is a Dutch server, some user here reccommended it here) and the download speeds were much, much higher. And the files in my list were not fake, because many of them downloaded and looked perfectly ok. I have many partial downloads that were downloading fine before and now move nowhere.

So, I really cannot fathom out why my speed and the downloads themselves fell so dramatically if the choice of real servers only servers has nothing to do with it? I connect to the same servers as before, I don't want fake servers in my list, but with only real servers I am getting Nowhere. :(

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Posted 14 March 2006 - 01:04 PM

lalakuku, on Mar 14 2006, 12:19 PM, said:

I have many partial downloads that were downloading fine before and now move nowhere.
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The more parts you download of a file, the fewer clients there are that have the remaining parts you need. The fewer useful clients there are, the less chance that you are downloading from them (on average). Also there are some files that just a few poor uploading clients have complete. These often download really fast until you have the same chunks as all the other clients that are trying to download it, then you wait and wait. Even a file that you can download at 150kB/s today, you might have difficulty downloading tomorrow as some users have unshared it and other users have given it lower priority than it has today and yet other users will not be online.

Apart from ensuring your emule is well configured and choosing well-sourced files, there is little you can do about download speeds - IMO chance plays a significant role there.

Anyway, I've wandered off topic here.... :oops:
Back to servers....
Are we nearly there yet?
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Posted 14 March 2006 - 01:41 PM

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On average, 15-30, peaking at 50 sounds like a good mule to me


When I said this I was referring to the combined transfer speed of all your files. This is normal. Mule is working well. It is not related to servers (again!)

My best advice is to stop watching your mule and not worry about transfer speeds etc. IMO 15-30 is fast. If you want to fill your bandwidth then you are using the wrong application. Besides, given that your line is asymetric as with most high speed users, you can't upload that fast. For the balance of the network you should never take more than you give. To continually download at 128kB/s and only upload at, say 16kB/s, would be leeching.
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Post icon  Posted 17 March 2006 - 12:41 PM

hey, just wanted to know if anyone can help me, just recently downloaded e mule, and as soon as i opened it an error message comes up saying 'No server list entry in 'addresses.dat' found. Please paste a valid server list address into this file in order to auto-update your server list'. I then tried updating the list by adding in new servers but when i click on them to connect they turn grey and appear to be dead, i don't know what to do,
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Posted 17 March 2006 - 01:50 PM

Read manual and sticky guides about Low-Id and firewalls. Start a new thread with more details if you still need help.
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Posted 17 March 2006 - 10:46 PM

Thanx for the update. Just saved me posting a new thread.

I was wondering why razorback servers were on my list considering they've been busted.

Cheers. Keep up the good work.:+1:
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Posted 18 March 2006 - 07:36 AM

@ Digideath

Because those ones are fake.

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Posted 18 March 2006 - 03:19 PM

Digideath, on Mar 18 2006, 12:46 AM, said:

Thanx for the update. Just saved me posting a new thread.

I was wondering why razorback servers were on my list considering they've been busted.

Cheers. Keep up the good work.:+1:
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Do you refer about 2.0/2.1...???, if so, maybe they are in the StaticServer list.
BTW, you can't connect to them, and they became grayet and dead. (only for current sesion).
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Posted 30 March 2006 - 04:18 PM

hi ElChele,
here is a link to a list of servers (and names) from logging over a couple of months. the list has been compiled from with emule running no ipfilter so it contains all ed2k servers (good, bad and downright nasty). also its not entirely complete and contains a lot of dynamic ip servers (probably can delete those). i've left it untouched in staticserver.dat format. when you get it i'll edit the post and remove the link - it's for the database of fakes.

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you are welcome to pm me if you'd like it in another format (or an ipfiltered version).

cheers. nice work here! :+1:

/edit removed link

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#50 User is offline   ElChele 

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Posted 30 March 2006 - 07:53 PM

Hi moloko+

Done. Thx by the link. :+1: (I must analyze the list)
in fact, the few useful server into this list, they are included in the guide.
BTW, I prefer suggest. few servers, but real one.
IMHO, 5/8 servers in serverlist, it's sufficient. And KAD connnected too (of course) :)

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