Moving toward ADC

The public development hub has now changed address. It is now adc://dcdev.no-ip.org:16591. This means that you need to run a client that support ADC.

The following clients support (atleast partly) ADC;
DC++ - http://sourceforge.net/projects/dcplusplus
Elise - http://sourceforge.net/projects/elise
JDC - http://sourceforge.net/projects/jdc
FMDC - http://flow84.no-ip.org/fmdc/

It will not be a NMDC hub ever again. It is time we move forward.

4 Responses to “Moving toward ADC”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    hi, i can get to the adl site,
    adc://dcdev.no-ip.org:16591
    it connects and then it stops
    as:
    Connecting to adc://dcdev.no-ip.org:16591…
    [06:35:32] *** Connected
    [06:37:44] *** Connection closed
    ports set @ 16591 tcp, udp
    jimwsherwood@yahoo.com

  2. Fredrik Ullner Says:

    I’d rather have you post in the forum than here… But since you did…

    What client and version do you use?

  3. Anonymous Says:

    ahhh dropped all dc++ connections in 0.69 client, and got connected.

    you should add some test transfer files.

    now running 1 client for adc: hub and another for the dc++ hub
    jim

  4. DC++: Just These Guys, Ya Know? » Blog Archive » ADC! Says:

    […] You’ve probably seen a lot of references to ADC in the changelog for DC++, in the forum (people saying “no, this won’t come in NMDC, but in ADC” etc), the bugzilla, here and on the public DC developers hub. […]

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