[tor-dev] Putting onion services behind a third-party TCP proxy

Pop Chunhapanya pop at cloudflare.com
Tue Aug 20 03:31:07 UTC 2019

Hi Tim,

> TCPProxy protocol host:port
> Tor will use the given protocol to make all its OR (SSL) connections
> through a TCP proxy on host:port, rather than connecting directly to
> servers. You may want to set FascistFirewall to restrict the set of ports
> you might try to connect to, if your proxy only allows connecting to
> certain ports. There is no equivalent option for directory connections,
> because all Tor client versions that support this option download directory
> documents via OR connections.
> The only protocol supported right now 'haproxy'. This option is only for
> clients. (Default: none)
The other point that I want to make is that haproxy has 2 versions. I think
it's better to also put the version number in the protocol name like
However I saw you already used 'haproxy' in the
HiddenServiceExportCircuitID option.

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