[tor-relays] Free Domain for Tor Nodes
i at virgil.gr
Sun Oct 25 13:11:18 UTC 2015
These are great ideas.
Seems sensible to generate subdomains underneath it for every exit node.
Subdomains by IP# ?
On Sun, 25 Oct 2015 at 20:18 Tom van der Woerdt <info at tvdw.eu> wrote:
> I have tor-exit.network for rDNS purposes as well, ping me if you'd like
> an A/AAAA entry.
> > On 25 Oct 2015, at 12:54, fatal <fatal at mailbox.org> wrote:
> > I'd be definately interested! :)
> >> On 25.10.2015 06:49, Eran Sandler wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I recently bought torexitnode.net to make it abundantly clear in
> >> DNS lookup that this is a Tor exit node.
> >> I've set both of my exit relays tor4thepeople1.torexitnode.net and
> >> tor4thepeople2.torexitnode.net to use it and I was wondering if it
> would be
> >> interesting for other Tor relay users to use it as well.
> >> If so, I'll write a small something that will allow adding new
> >> to it. So that you can always add and update subdomains on it. Once its
> >> running you can ask your service provider (if they don't provide an
> >> interface already) to make a reverse lookup on the IP to that address.
> >> What do you think? Is this something people would want to use?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Eran
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