[tor-relays] Can't get the exit flag

teor teor2345 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 4 21:38:19 UTC 2018

> On 5 Jan 2018, at 05:20, Guilherme Rigon <guilherme at rigon.info> wrote:
> hello
> i'm running a node and it's supposed to be an exit node, but i don't know why it's not getting the exit flag.
> Fingerprint: AFD3E441204DD828FD1EF1401742D379814D2A55
> Tor version (git-df96a13e9155c7bf).
> torrc: https://pastebin.com/R9qmYiX5

Your torrc looks fine.

Try commenting out OutboundBindAddress, tor uses the OS default.
But if it's wrong, it could be causing you connection issues.

> Any tips to fix that?

Send us the notice-level logs that tor prints when it starts up,
And any warnings it prints, ever.

I've just checked your relay's flag votes from the directory authorities at:
(Large page)

3 authorities don't think your relay is Running

Is your relay behind a home router?
Does your relay have good enough connectivity to be a relay or exit?
If it's a connection limit issue, you should run a bridge instead.

5 authorities don't think your relay is Exit

The Exit flag should just be calculated from your policy.
So the authorities should agree on it.
(Exit flag disagreements are rare, there are only 20 out of 6000 relays.)

Did you set up two instances with the same keys?

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