[tor-relays] bridge questions
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Wed Feb 14 01:04:22 UTC 2018
On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 04:49:28PM -0800, Arisbe wrote:
> I have several quick question: Can bridges use an IPv6 ORPort? Is there any
> advantage to adding this to my bridges? Has anyone actually seen IPv6
> connections on a bridge?
It is possible to enable IPv6 for your bridges ORPort.
Like this for example:
The first entry enables your IPv4 ORPort, the second does it for IPv6. You
need to manually enter your server's reachable IPv6 address there.
As you can see here, there a many bridges with an IPv6 ORPort:
The advantage is that users can connect to your bridge using IPv6 obviously.
The amount of users doing is around 1000, as you can see here:
It's always a good idea to have a look at some of the Tor Metrics. It can give
you some valueable insights.
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