[tor-relays] Please enable IPv6 on your relay!

Ethan Rose ethan at ethanrose.co.nz
Wed May 13 18:24:34 UTC 2015

How did you measure IPv6 traffic specifically? Ive been running an IPv4+6 exit for a while now and would be interested to know how much of that is IPv6.

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> On May 13, 2015, at 1:44 PM, Zack Weinberg <zackw at cmu.edu> wrote:
> Unfortunately, I can't do this to the CMU Tor exit because the
> university network doesn't do IPv6 -- I asked, and and it's on the
> list, but there is an awful lot of old equipment which would have to
> be replaced first, things like better WiFi coverage are higher
> priority, and I can't say that I blame them.  I've done it to my cloud
> non-exit node, though, and it seems to be pushing 50-100 bits/sec of
> IPv6 cells now.  Yes, you read that right, bits.
> zw
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