[OSM-dev] IP limit issue when doing mapping parties on a network with NAT

Andreas Hammershøj AHA at dcf.dk
Fri Dec 16 09:59:06 GMT 2011

>>-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
>>Fra: Richard Fairhurst [mailto:richard at systemed.net] 
>>Sendt: 16. december 2011 09:59
>>Til: dev at openstreetmap.org
>>Emne: Re: [OSM-dev] IP limit issue when doing mapping parties on a network with NAT

>>Andreas Hammershøj wrote:
>> Is it possible to do this with Potlatch?

>Afraid not - P2 doesn't yet have any ability to load local files from disk.
>I'm currently looking into a couple of possible solution, but because it's Christmas I don't have a whole bunch of time for P2 stuff for a couple of weeks.


thanks a lot for looking into it:). I respect that this is all voluntary, so all help will be greatly appreciated. This is an ongoing challenge for us, and our next course on January 14th already has people on a waiting list because of a limited number of 3G modems. It'd be nice to one day avoid that sort of limits.


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