[tor-relays] Running A Bridge Alongside My Relay
keifer.bly at gmail.com
Sun May 27 00:30:06 UTC 2018
I am subscribed to a vpn service (purevpn) however there service changes
their IP address and location every few minutes. Would this be a useable
bridge? Thank you.
On Sat, May 26, 2018 at 4:40 PM Neel Chauhan <neel at neelc.org> wrote:
> You normally can't run a server through a regular "proxy" as you would
> need to be able to advertise an open port for the bridge and regular
> proxy servers won't let you do that. You can do it if you use a VPN with
> a public IP address for the bridge however, or a second IP address, but
> you would need to pay $$$ for this.
> -Neel Chauhan
> On 2018-05-26 16:19, Keifer Bly wrote:
> > Yes but I would run it through the proxy so it would have the proxy IP
> > address. I just noticed tor could use more bridges as there are four
> > times as many public relays as their are bridges.
> > Sent from my iPhone
> > On May 26, 2018, at 12:44 PM, Logforme <m7527 at abc.se> wrote:
> >>> So I am considering running a bridge alongside my relay gotland
> >> Would the bridge use the same public IP address as the relay?
> >> Since you already run a relay, that IP address is public. The point of
> >> bridges is that they are not public so they are harder to block.
> >> A government that censors the internet would surely block access to
> >> all Tor relay IP addresses.
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