IPv6 Exit [was: Status of Tor proposals ...]
Marcus at Wolschon.biz
Thu Apr 10 05:22:50 UTC 2008
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| On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 9:36 PM, Nick Mathewson <nickm at freehaven.net>
|> 117 IPv6 exits
|> This is a good start but could use some revision. See earlier
|> thread. I want to merge in IPv6 support in 0.2.1.x, including
|> support for both entries and exits, so a revision of this
|> proposal is important. Marking as NEEDS-REVISION.
| i'm probably just overlooking an obvious discussion, but i don't see a
| thread related to IPv6 entry support and/or the previous thread
| referenced here.
| does the "entry" support imply full IPv6 support? (or is "entry"
| simply the requisite client support for utilizing IPv6 exit
I sent in a patch to allow TOR to (also)locally bind on an IPv6-address
and to allow hidden services to be on IPv6-addreses. It also made all
the internal data-structures IPv6-aware. The missing piece was
to have exit-nodes connect to IPv6-non-TOR-sites and IPv6 for
server-server communication because I did not want to chance any of
the protocoll to support advertising that you have an IPv6-address
that others can connect to or that you have an IPv6-exit-policy.
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