Using POSTDESCRIPTOR command
fr33m2n at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 14:32:06 UTC 2009
Thank's a lot.
2009/6/8 Roger Dingledine <arma at mit.edu>:
> On Mon, Jun 08, 2009 at 01:35:26PM +0400, ??????? ?????? wrote:
>> I wan't to use my own server descriptors with tor. For example: I have
>> installed tor as a server on some host in the internet. The tor's
>> configuration deny it to publish its descriptor to dir servers. Then I
>> got it descriptor, through control port and decided to insert it to my
>> tor client, through control protocol (+POSTDESCRIPTOR). Tor said 250
>> ok, but tor didn't build any circuits with my server. Tor builds
>> circuits with my server only through EXTENDCIRCUIT command. Tell me
>> please, can tor automatically build circuits with servers from
> Not currently. Tor looks at the networkstatus consensus to decide which
> relays are Running or otherwise suitable for circuits. Your descriptor
> isn't listed there, so Tor doesn't consider using it.
> If somebody were to write a patch to implement a +POSTNS
> instruction (using a format like a networkstatus stanza in your
> ~/.tor/cached-consensus file), I think that would be good.
> Doing it right would be tricky though -- for example, it wouldn't get
> cached anywhere, and Tor would discard it every time it gets a new
> networkstatus consensus (and finds that it's missing any mention of
> your descriptor).
WBR, Ozerov Vasiliy aka fr33man.
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