[tor-relays] Raspberry Pi - Relay Setup

Jannis Wiese mail at janniswiese.com
Tue Jun 23 19:41:44 UTC 2015

Hi TorZilla11,

A dynamic IP will be no problem for Tor. What you will see (at least I do with my relay, also a Raspberry Pi [0]) is losing the HSDir flag for four days with every new IP.


[0] https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/8827944C4BDCBDAC9079803F47823403C11A9B7A <https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/8827944C4BDCBDAC9079803F47823403C11A9B7A>

> On 23.06.2015, at 21:17, Tor Zilla <torzilla11 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I just bought a Raspberry Pi.. Wanted to setup as a Tor non exit relay.
> I have read so many instructions online on how to set it up but i am facing issues with opening ports.
> I am using a NetGear Router and require your inputs with the same.
> Also is static IP mandatory for setting up a relay?
> Thanks,
> TorZilla11
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