[tor-relays] Tor Relay Setup

Conrad Rockenhaus conrad at rockenhaus.com
Sun Feb 25 04:42:43 UTC 2018

Ok, so you’re going to censor your IP address even though it’s getting broadcasted worldwide through not only the atlas search engine, but the Tor network itself. 

If you run a relay, expect to have your IP address broadcasted. In addition, if you run a relay, expect that that some way to contact you is associated with that IP address. We give up our anonymity so others may have it.

Conrad Rockenhaus
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On Feb 24, 2018, at 3:03 PM, teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:

>>> Feb 24 10:45:08.000 [warn] You are running Tor as root. You don't need to, and you probably shouldn't.
> You should set the User option to an unprivileged user in your torrc.
>> On 25 Feb 2018, at 04:59, s7r <s7r at sky-ip.org> wrote:
>> The IP addresses of all relays in the network are public and not
>> considered sensible information, but I can see a possibility where you
>> don't want a certain IP address tied to the email you are posting here
>> with, so it's up to you to decide but you can go to a port checking
>> website (google it) and check the relay IP address ORPort if open or not.
> From the log messages, it seems like the ORPort and DirPort are
> reachable from at least a few relays. But they need to be reachable all
> over the world.
>> If yes, wait for 24 hours and check back on relay search.
> Relay search appears to be down right now.
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