[tor-relays] Bandwidth usage for an established relay node
christian.d.dietrich at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 14:04:55 UTC 2014
(rx / tx / total / avg. rate) - tor only:
Jun '14 179.69 TiB | 188.55 TiB | 368.24 TiB | 1.18 Gbit/s
Limited by CPU (Core i5-3570 /w AES-NI), multithreaded tor relay
software would help to improve bandwidth utilization.
Am 01.07.2014 23:24, schrieb Tom van der Woerdt:
> Hi Kali,
> It depends on your network speed. Expect it to use roughly 80% of your
> maximum speed on average, so if you have a 50Mbit/s up/down connection
> you will be uploading 13TB and downloading 13TB.
> For high speed relays this might differ a bit if your bottleneck
> becomes the CPU.
> Kali Tor schreef op 01/07/14 23:16:
>> Hi all,
>> Curious as to how much bandwidth a stable, well established relay
>> node will chew through in a month on an average?
>> Anyone has any figures?
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