Really strange interface behavior
2600denver at gmail.com
Mon Feb 5 04:32:41 UTC 2007
Are you using ndiswrapper for your ethernet cards? I'm on the same
kernel with no problems. Are your network interfaces just eth0, eth1,
On 2/4/07, Matt Glaves <matt at glaves.org> wrote:
> Tonight I made a change to my TOR node and am perplexed as to why it is
> acting in this manner. I'm not actually sure why it is even working :)
> Eth0: New TOR Interface (188.8.131.52). This was previously a
> subinterface aka eth1:1
> Eth1: Webserver/Mailserver/etc Interface - This is a separate
> netblock/vlan. Call it 184.108.40.206 for this example.
> I have the following set in torrc
> Address 220.127.116.11
> OutboundBindAddress 18.104.22.168
> Although netstat only shows TOR connections on the 22.214.171.124 address
> and zero listening/open connections on 126.96.36.199 (other than the
> listening web/email processes) my traffic is being split between the
> interfaces. eth0 is only the inbound TOR traffic, and eth1 is only the
> outbound TOR traffic. My node is currently doing about 4.5Mbit and I
> have 4.5Mbit coming in eth0 and 4.5Mbit going out eth1.
> Anyone running a similar setup or had similar wierdness? I am running
> 0.1.1.26 under linux.
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