Usage Client Details
This window displays information about a client.
It looks like this:
Note that some fields may display N/A when they cannot be displayed yet or Unknown when thir value is not yet known.
Read the information this window provides you about the client and click the Close button when you're done.
The Username field displays the client's username.
The Userhash field dislays the client's userhash.
The Client software field displays the application the client is using to reah the network (aMule, eMule, etc). If the application it is using is aMule or Hydranode, you might also be able to read which operating system the client is running on (betwwen brackets), since aMule is multilatform so can run over many different operating systems.
The Client version field displays the exact version of the application the client is running.
In the User ID field you can see the client's ID and, in brackets, whether the client is running on high ID or low ID. If the user is not yet identified or is only connected to the Kademlia network, its ID will be 0.
In the Server IP field you can see the IP of the server the client is connected to. If the client is only connected through the Kademlia network, it will display Unknown.
In the Server name field you can see the name of the server the client is connected to. If the client is only connected through the Kademlia network, it will display Unknown.
Transfers to client
The Average upload rate displays the average uploading to that client speed in the current session.
The Uploaded (Session) displays the amount of data you have uploaded to that client in the current session.
The Uploaded (Total) displays the amount of data you have uploaded to that client ever (since last time aMule's configuration was reseted).
The Average download rate displays the average downloading from that client speed in the current session.
The Downloaded (Session) displays the amount of data you have downloaded from that client in the current session.
The Downloaded (Total) displays the amount of data you have downloaded from that client ever (since last time aMule's configuration was reseted).
The DL/UL modifier field shows the the client's current modifier.
The Rating field shows the client's current rate.
The Queue score field shows the client's current score and, in brackets, it's queue rank. If the client is not in the upload queue (because it hasn't requested any file to you or because your upload queue is full and the client dind't make it into it), a dash (-) will be displayed.
The Secure ident field shows if the client has successfully identified through SUI. Possible values are:
- Not Available: You have not enabled SUI
- N/A: The remote client hasn't yet started the identification process
- Bad Guy: The client has performed some ctivity against the network policy, so it has been banned
- Failed: The client failed to successfully identify
- Not Supported: The client does not support SUI
- Not complete: The identification process hasn't been completed yet
- Valid - OK: The client successfully identified through SUI
|3||Client's client software (and possibly Operating System in brackets)|
|4||Data uploaded to the client ever|
|5||Data uploaded to the client in current session|
|6||Average upload speed to that client|
|7||IP of the server that clietn is connected to|
|8||Client's IP address|
|9||File the client has requested to get from you|
|10||Close the window|
|12||Client's user hash|
|13||Client's client version version|
|14||Client's ID on the server it is connected to and ID type in brackets|
|15||Name of the server the client is connected to|
|16||Average download speed to that client|
|17||Data downloaded to the client in current session|
|18||Data downloaded to the client ever|
|19||Client's secure identification status|
|20||Client's score and upload queue rank in brackets|