TOR on Academic networks (problem)

Michael Holstein michael.holstein at
Wed May 17 12:51:33 UTC 2006

> What'd be preferable to both of those, but even harder to implement,
> would be to route that traffic (or even all traffic) through a
> transparent proxy with an IP outside the /16.

It actually wouldn't be that hard. If I could find somebody that'd setup 
the other side for me, I could configure my server to send those 
requests out a virtual interface (GRE, IPSEC, etc.) so it could emerge 
somewhere else.

I like being able to run an exit node, and I'm effective at dealing with 
external complaints. I just can't have the library folks whining about 
somebody stealing journal articles (note .. this has only happened once 
in ~6mos, but it's a concern nonetheless).


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