[tor-relays] Home router keeps failing.

teor teor at riseup.net
Mon Jul 16 23:01:37 UTC 2018

> On 16 Jul 2018, at 19:51, Gary <jaffacakemonster53 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I keep having issues with my home router - it keeps failing due to the number of connections and I would be grateful for some advice.
> ...
> When I get to (approx) 900 incoming / 600 outgoing tor connections the router goes TITSUP.

If you can’t get a new router (or better firmware), run a bridge instead.

> ACCOUNTING MAX is set to 8GBytes, I think the actual daily usage is about 4 GB though.
> RelayBandwidthRate is 250 KBytes, RelayBandwitdthBurst is 500KBytes.

This is the minimum useful Tor relay bandwidth. Please run a bridge, or increase the

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