[tor-relays] dhcp lease question

torix at protonmail.com torix at protonmail.com
Sun May 5 12:32:52 UTC 2019

Now, a few days later, Verizon seems to have settled down and I have had tha same ip since May 1st, so things seem less urgent. Though I realize that my vision of the local "mom and pop" relays has gotten more and more outdated.

Thank you very much for mentioning snowflake; I had never heard of it before; will look into it.

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On Friday, May 3, 2019 2:56 PM, Iain Learmonth <irl at torproject.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 01/05/2019 21:22, torix at protonmail.com wrote:
> > I'm hoping that Verizon will settle down and start renewing my ip
> > address instead of giving me another every few hours, but of course I
> > don't know if their pool of addresses is running low and they are
> > scrambling or what.
> You're right that this isn't great for a relay but...
> Sounds like your home connection would be really good for a Snowflake
> bridge.
> https://snowflake.torproject.org/
> It's still in development, so don't expect much traffic just yet, but
> it's designed to have "snowflakes" popping up across the Internet faster
> than they can be blocked.
> The fact that Verizon is giving you a new IP all the time may be a
> blessing, because once the old one is blocked you get a new one.
> Thanks,
> Iain.
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