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We have a mappingparty going on with 30 people in our LAN. Our LAN has 1 public IP address,

Since 10 minutes, all machines get a 'Could not load map' error. We can download potlatch, see the satellite imagery but no overlay data is loaded.

My hunch would be that there are too many accounts connecting from 1 IP. (With a VPN that uses a UK based IP we can still edit the map)

If that is so, is there an admin online that can allow us to edit maps again? Or, how do i contact him/her?

asked 04 Jun '11, 11:11

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For now, we are rerouting our traffic through a proxy with a fresh IP. We have 2 more spares if we need them :-D

(04 Jun '11, 11:23) Reinier Batt...

This very question was asked a day or so ago: I dont imagine the answers have changed

I'm sorry to say that there appears to be little that can be done, other than working with an off-line tool.

This type of HELP I've got a problem NOW issue is best asked on the IRC channel.

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answered 04 Jun '11, 11:26

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They didn't see in coming so went bust. Uganda OpenStreetMap in overdrive!

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answered 04 Jun '11, 11:31

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edited 04 Jun '11, 11:32

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