What can see a server of a Bittorent when I contact with it through Tor?

Mike L jackoroses at gmail.com
Sun Feb 21 17:30:26 UTC 2010

It's people like you who seriously affect the existence of exit nodes.
I received quite a few DMCA notices and the next one will surely result in
of my server and the exit node.
Fortunately after taking steps to limit the amount of ports one can use on
my exit node
it seemed to have had great results in stopping or at the very least;
makes it extremely annoying to any torrent users trafficking across my node.
Please reconsider using Tor for any type of torrent activity.

On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 11:05 AM, James Brown <jbrownfirst at gmail.com> wrote:

> I set my Bittorent client for contacting with tracker through Tor.
> What can see a server of a Bittorent when I contact with it through Tor?
> As I understand there are ip-adresses of exit-nodes in the headers of
> ip-packets. But I want to know are there my real ip-addresses in the all
> content of such ip-packets? How the Bittorrent server give other users
> about me - through ip or by another way?
> I want to be anonimous at least for the tracker, its ISP and state
> powers control the territory when its server are based.
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