2008/6/11 Tannev Vitaliy <444ert666 / gmail.com>:
> Hello, only I start to study this language. And at once a greater
> problem: ((
>
> I can not understand connection under the report socks5 in any way, and
> connection, inquiry of the version and methods of authorization passes
> successfully, and here when I try to transfer the removed host and port
> I socks-server does not see the address in inquiry, in broad gullies
> writes, approximately it:
>
> [11/Jun/2008:16:45:39 MSD] [19267] 192.168.0.9 "" "CONNECT" CONNREFUSED
> 0 0 - (192.168.0.9:51012 -> 210.199.9.0:0)
> [11/Jun/2008:16:45:39 MSD] [19270] [ERRO] $ConnectServing$: (Connection
> timed out).
> [11/Jun/2008:16:45:39 MSD] [19270] 192.168.0.9 "" "CONNECT" CONNREFUSED
> 0 0 - (192.168.0.9:51014 -> 210.199.9.0:0)
> [11/Jun/2008:16:45:39 MSD] [19272] [ERRO] $ConnectServing$: (Connection
> timed out).
> [11/Jun/2008:16:45:39 MSD] [19272] 192.168.0.9 "" "CONNECT" CONNREFUSED
> 0 0 - (192.168.0.9:51016 -> 210.199.9.0:0)
>
>
> And here a code of connection:
>
>
> ................
> sock.setHost("194.67.23.111",25)
> ..............
>  def hextobin(str)
>    temp = str.gsub("\s", "");
>    ret = []
>    (0...temp.size()/2).each{|index| ret[index] = [temp[index*2,
> 2]].pack("H2")}
>    return ret
>  end
>
>  def setHost(domain,port)
>   host=domain
>   h="05 01 00"
>    if host =~ /^(\d+)\.(\d+)\.(\d+)\.(\d+)$/
>       ip=[$1.to_i,$2.to_i,$3.to_i,$4.to_i].pack('CCC')
>      h+=" 01 " +[host.size].pack('C')+ip
>    else
>      h+=" 03" + [host.size].pack('C') + host
>    end
>   h+=[port].pack('n')
>   @sock.write(hextobin(h))
>   t=@sock.recv(1).unpack("H*").to_s
>   return t[3..3]
>  end
> .............
>
>
>
> As we see, I ask ip: 194.67.23.111:25, and up to socks-server reaches:
> 210.199.9.0:0.... I Turn out somehow not so I pack data: (((.. Prompt
> please, that can be not so: (((

I do not know SOCKS but "CONNREFUSED" usually indicates a network issue, namely:
- firewall blocks access
- there is nothing listening on the socket
- maybe even system is down.

Also, it seems weird that you want to access port 0 (the log says
"210.199.9.0:0") - AFAIK this is reserved and not possible anyways.

Cheers

robert


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