[tor-relays] Bridge Usage and Setup

Dmytro Dudenko dudenko at laser.ru
Tue Jun 2 20:18:52 UTC 2015

Hello everyone, I'm new here. So just wondering: why would IPv6-to-IPv4 tunnel providers like HE enjoy having extra loads of traffic for no extra profit? Or, perhaps, I'm missing somehing...

On 1 червня 2015 р. 20:14:53 GMT+02:00, Steve Snyder <swsnyder at snydernet.net> wrote:
>On Monday, June 1, 2015 1:28pm, "Roman Mamedov" <rm at romanrm.net> said:
>> On Mon, 1 Jun 2015 13:23:34 -0400 (EDT)
>> "Steve Snyder" <swsnyder at snydernet.net> wrote:
>>> >2) Testing
>>> >How do I (easily) confirm my bridge is correctly configured?
>>> >Especially if I don't have an IPv6 connection for TBB?
>>> FYI, you can get up to 5 IPv6 addresses for free from Hurricane
>>>     https://tunnelbroker.net/
>> Correction: you can get up to 5 _tunnels_ (pointing to different IPv4
>> addresses of yours, typically each to a different host or network
>where you
>> need to add IPv6);
>> Each tunnel provides you a /64 subnet by default, plus a /48 subnet
>on request
>> (done automatically via their panel);
>> And each of these subnets provide you with much much more than just 5
>> addresses.
>> --
>> With respect,
>> Roman
>Yes, you are right.  I've only used a single address from an allocated
>tunnel subnet and so mis-stated HE's offering as my own use.  Thanks
>for the correction.
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