[tor-dev] New Proposal 306: A Tor Implementation of IPv6 Happy Eyeballs
neel at neelc.org
neel at neelc.org
Sun Jul 21 14:30:46 UTC 2019
I have split up the sections. The GitHub PR is here:
This was done as a fixup commit. If you want a new PR, please let me
On 2019-07-13 12:47, teor wrote:
> On July 11, 2019 12:37:03 AM UTC, neel at neelc.org wrote:
>> I'm really sorry about the delay in responding to your review. I was
>> busy with an internship (unrelated to Tor, but still related to
>> security) and was out a lot in my "free time".
>> I have implemented your requested changes and the GitHub PR is here:
>> Hopefully I have not missed anything.
>> Most of these changes you (Iain and Teor) suggested sound good. I'm
>> a huge fan of preferring IPv4 in the case of tunneled IPv6 connections
>> (reason: we stay with IPv4 longer than we should), but understand why
>> you have it (reason: better network performance) and have added this
>> change anyways.
> Thanks for these revisions.
> I have some overall comments on the proposal:
> 1. The proposal is very large now. Let's add an intro section that
> splits the changes into:
> * initial feasability testing (for initial developer review)
> * minimum viable product (for testing in Tor Browser Alpha)
> * parameter tuning (for performance, load, and user experience)
> * relay statistics (for ongoing monitoring)
> * optional features, and how we will know if we need them (if users
> experience particular bugs)
> 2. Bridges can't be configured with an IPv4 and an IPv6 address in
> tor, because tor only accepts one IP address per bridge. Let's be
> clear that bridges are out of scope. (Tor already attempts to connect
> to all? its configured bridges.)
> 3. Each revision of this proposal has added text. Is there any text
> that is redundant or not essential? Can we make it shorter?
> After these revisions, I will do a final review. I hope we can get
> another tor developer to also do a final review.
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