[tor-relays] snowflake vs bridges (vs node)

meskio meskio at torproject.org
Tue Feb 8 10:05:20 UTC 2022

Quoting Fran via tor-relays (2022-02-07 19:50:34)
> So I thought of trying to run a bride and a snowflakeproxy on one VM with 
> individual IP addressing in v4 and v6 for each by adding secondary addresses 
> to to the WAN interface. But after compiling the go binary I fail to find out 
> how to tell snowflake which IP to bind to/use.

The snowflake proxy doesn't bind to any address, is a bit different. It acts as 
a webrtc client, it initiates the connection to the broker to ask for snowflake 
clients.  That means that the visible IP address of the snowflake proxy will be 
your default public address.

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