[tor-dev] Onion Services and NAT Punching

Alec Muffett alecm at fb.com
Mon Oct 26 11:34:11 UTC 2015

> On Oct 1, 2015, at 06:15, Andreas Krey <a.krey at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Are there any use cases that:
>> * need NAT punching,
>> * don't need service location anonymity, and
>> * would benefit from lower latency?
> Of course. All the cases where you set up a hidden service
> exactly because your host is behing a NAT.
> Like the webcam raspi I'm just booting up.

And like us.  We run our tor daemons in a enclave network which can only connect outbound to the Internet, or backwards into infrastructure.


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