[tor-relays] firewalled relays
jcea at jcea.es
Fri Jun 3 13:55:46 UTC 2011
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On 03/06/11 15:44, tagnaq wrote:
> Yes, design work related to IPv6 support will bring multiple ORPort
> support if I recall correct, but this wont prevent circuits to fail in
> firewalled scenarios because your Tor process doesn't know that outbound
> traffic going to port 443 is filtered and a client using your node
> doesn't know that you are not able to connect to relays running on
> ORPort 443.
I guess tor.conf could have a directive as "never connect to this port".
I know my situation is a bit particular, I fully realize, though.
Anyway, I am tunneling quite a bit of traffic, so I hope I am being
useful, even if not useful to everybody. With your comments I am afraid
that I could be punishing the network because people trying to go thru
me could be unable to create some circuits in an silent way, bringing
connection delays and a general sense of unrealibility.
I accept suggestions.
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