exit node config for egypt IP range

Andrew Lewis andrew at pdqvpn.com
Fri Jan 28 15:07:07 UTC 2011

That is not really how Tor works as far as I know. A more dedicated proxy like squid is what you should look for. Similar to what was done for the Iran protests.

But adding new nodes helps the entire network, and increases general capacity. If know someone that needs something more specific like a VPN tunnel then that is a whole other issue entirely. With that said I would be more then happy to get that setup for people if that is required. I am sure others on the list would do the same. 


On Jan 28, 2011, at 1:59 AM, Klaus Layer wrote:

> Hi,
> Jacob Applebaum asked on twitter for more nodes which exit to ports 22, 25, 80
> and 443 to support egypt. Does anyone can post a proper exit config for those 
> who want to support the egypt people but are unfamiliar with exit nodes. I 
> would like to open my relays exclusively for the egypt ip ranges.
> Thanks,
> Klaus

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