[tor-relays] Debugging ipv6 conenctivity
charlyghislain at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 14:05:24 UTC 2019
ok, maybe i haven't waited that long. I will put it back and come back to
you in a couple of days.
I must say I would be surprised it would take so long to check connectivity.
On Sat, Feb 23, 2019 at 4:02 PM Blicky <tor at blicky.net> wrote:
> For how long have you advertised the v6 address? My relays also received
> the UnreachableIpv6 flag shortly after I setup IPv6, but after 24 hours
> that automatically turned into ReachableIPv6. I'm guessing it takes some
> time for the measurements to take place and propagate.
> I can reach your IPv6 address on that port, so the network configuration
> is fine, at least.
> On 2019-02-23, Charly Ghislain wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > My tor relay has got the UnreachableIpv6 flag set once i mentionned an
> > OrPort with my ipv6 address.
> > From what i can tell, my server is reachable over ipv6, and can contact
> > directory authorities through ipv6 (following the instructions found
> > ).
> > The node is behind an haproxy that relays ipv6 traffic to natted ipv4
> > no logging for those concerned). It seems to work fine for web content
> > ipv6, and traffic on both ips (v4 and v6) goes through this channel.
> > I can successfully telnet my node ORPort using my v6 address. The ports
> > have been defined this way in torrc:
> > ORPort 0.0.0.0:9001 NoAdvertise
> > ORPort 220.127.116.11:9001 NoListen
> > ORPort [2001:41d0:1:84bc::1]:9001 NoListen
> > Is there a way to make a tor client connect to a specific relay to debug
> > this kind of connectivity issues? Or any other mean?
> > In the meantime ive removed the advertized ip6.
> > Regards,
> > Charly
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