[tor-dev] Experimenting with private tor setup
zxcvbn4038 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 03:14:07 UTC 2015
No worry, I won't try to use these settings on anything connected to the
public tor network. I will try out your fix - I'm working
with v0.2.7.0-alpha-dev from the git repository now.
In the mean time it looks like I've been successful in bootstrapping a
private network without the testing flag, despite everything being on one
server (with only a 172.16/12 interface). The directory authorities are
voting, the routers are passing the reachability and bandwidth tests, and I
can start a client and make requests through it.
I think that just leaves a couple questions for now:
- I know the directory authority's certificate needs to be
renewed periodically (looks like 12 months default). Since it asked for a
password that is something I need to do manually then send a HUP, correct?
Later on I'll try to hack generating a cert with days or hours of time just
to see what happens, but would like to know what the correct way to handle
- All of my routers have done the bandwidth tests, but I see this warning
on the DAs with each vote:
Apr 22 22:39:41.000 [warn] Consensus with empty bandwidth: G=0 M=5 E=0
Is this something that will fill out as the uptime of the instances
increase? Or is this something I should look into?
On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 11:05 AM, teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 22 Apr 2015, at 23:24 , teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > …
> > It appears that my original fix to bug #13924 didn't anticipate anyone
> using "ExtendAllowPrivateAddresses 1" without "TestingTorNetwork 1". I'll
> submit a patch which swaps TestingTorNetwork for
> ExtendAllowPrivateAddresses. This will preserve the existing fix, because
> "TestingTorNetwork 1" implies "ExtendAllowPrivateAddresses 1".
> > The relevant line is here:
> I have made this change and it's waiting for review in the Tor Project
> Trac system.
> Please see:
> Or on github:
> Branch: bug-15771-reachability
> Repository: https://github.com/teor2345/tor.git
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