[tor-relays] VPS for Exits and non-Exits
jp at jpdm.org
Thu Jul 7 16:17:11 UTC 2016
In my case, the decision to host my Tor VPS on OVH's infrastructure is
to support a business that is based in Québec. Ideology aside, I agree
that network diversity is key (along with the multiplication of exit nodes).
jp at jpdm.org <mailto:jp at jpdm.org> - PGP: 0x2D61F80F - 514-799-0789
http://www.jpdm.org/ - https://www.crypto.quebec/
On 2016-07-06 04:39 PM, pa011 wrote:
> Am 06.07.2016 um 22:09 schrieb Iain R. Learmonth:
>> On 06/07/16 18:25, tor relay wrote:
>>>> I've been running an exit node for over a year on OVH now, no problems
>>>> so far. Highly recommended (especially since they give me 10TB of
>>>> traffic for about 10$USD/month; considering I use about 7-8TB of that
>>>> per month, it's well worth it).
>>> OVH is used to much by tor operators already (>12% of the tor network
>>> capacity is there).
>> Not the most performance enhanced page on the web but:
>> This bubble graph shows where relays are located by autonomous system.
>> If you're looking to set up new relays, attempting to grow smaller
>> bubbles here (the names should be googleable enough) or trying to add
>> new ones would definitely be preferred over adding more to OVH.
>> It's great that OVH are Tor-friendly, but diversity of the network is
>> tor-relays mailing list
>> tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
> "..diversity of the network is important." -very important - what if a
> far Western European government decides on the next "state of emergency"
> to ban Tor and "asks" their domestic ISPs for support?
> There are other Providers who give you 15-50 TB/month for less than 10 Euro.
> Dig for them - don’t follow the pack!
> tor-relays mailing list
> tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the tor-relays