Random Tor Node Operator
tor at unterderbruecke.de
Fri Feb 26 10:52:50 UTC 2016
On 26.02.2016 05:15, torserver at datakanja.de wrote:
> * Next, i noticed a frequent (daily) behavior of the Tor server
> dropping traffic to around zero. Inspecting this, let me to
> understand, my provider was disconnecting me and reassigning a new
> IP on a daily basis, which took some time to propagate. Even worse:
> It did not propagate on its own, i needed to restart the tor service
> to reinitialise...
Instead of a Tor Relay, you can operate a Tor Bridge, perhaps with obfs4.
A regularly changing IP address is less of a problem for bridges. It may
even be of advantage. Once its IP address gets blacklisted by
adversarial actors, you already have a new one. (Of course they could
still simply block the whole /16 or whatever your ISP has)
A bridge will get a lot less traffic than a relay though.
Mine is sometimes idle for weeks, some other time is get a couple GB per
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