[tor-relays] Running a bridge remotely

pikami tor at pikami.org
Tue May 22 01:20:43 UTC 2018

This. Also, if you need any help setting up your relay I would be happy to help.

On 2018 m. gegužės 22 d. 00:47:46 GMT+03:00, teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 21 May 2018, at 18:20, Keifer Bly <keifer.bly at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have been running my home computer as a public tor relay for some
>time now with no issues, and unfortunately do not have a data center or
>anywhere else to run my relay from. I have noticed that there are far
>fewer bridges (about 2,000) then there are relays (about 7,000). As I
>have been running my home computer as a relay since last year, my ip
>address has already been in the tor network for a while, and thus will
>already be known as a relay to begin with. Is there a free way that I
>could remotely run an obfuscated bridge as well?
>No, there are no free, long-term VPSs.
>But you can search the list archives for cheap VPSs:
>Or use this wiki page to find cheap VPSs:
>> I would need a way to do this remotely as I said my only available
>network ip has been on the public tor network for a considerable while.
>You will need to use ssh and you will probably get a machine with Linux
>or BSD.
>macOS VPSs are very rare and very expensive.

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