Tor bridge not generating any traffic

Scott Bennett bennett at
Thu Jun 11 20:19:31 UTC 2009

     On Thu, 11 Jun 2009 21:23:33 +0200 Johannes Nitsche <nitschej at>
top-posted (please learn not to do that):

>Thanks for all the answers.
>It seems my view of what a bridge is was
>wrong. I thought a bridge is a link point between tor nodes which
>forwards traffic from an entry node to an exit node. But as I understand
>it now a bridge is kind of a "secret" entry point into the tor network.
>As I read in the FAQ the standard path lenght is hardcoded at 3. So how
>would I have to configure it to run as a node that operates as an entry
>point(not secret necessarily), a forwarding node but not as an exit
ExitPolicy reject *:*

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