[tor-talk] Keep ip in tor
muhammed_gokce at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 13 22:32:30 UTC 2014
Hi, thanks for the help!
I've got a one last question, and that's; does the TrackHostExistExpire a limit for the max. seconds, or can I put just 9999999 behind it ?
> Op 13 mrt. 2014 om 18:56 heeft "Rick Ross" <rickross at privatdemail.net> het volgende geschreven:
> Am 13.03.14 17:13, schrieb muhammed gokce:
>> Where do I find the config file ?
>>>> Op 13 mrt. 2014 om 17:11 heeft "Lars Luthman" <mail at larsluthman.net> het volgende geschreven:
>>>> On Thu, 2014-03-13 at 15:37 +0100, muhammed gokce wrote:
>>>> Dear Miss/Sir,
>>>> I am a new user of Torproject, so I don't have many experience with it..
>>>> But I have a question. My tor browser gives every 3-5 minutes a new IP
>>>> adress. And I'm playing a online game on the internet wich is based on
>>>> text. So if my account is logging off every 3 a 5 minutes. I don't
>>>> want that tor changes it by himself every couple of minutes, but that
>>>> I can choose when I want for a new identity.
>>>> I would like to keep a ip-adress for a few hours or till I choose for
>>>> a new ip. So my account don't log off.
>>>> Could you help me with setting it ?
>>> Sounds like you should use the TrackHostExits and TrackHostExitsExpire
>>> options in the Tor config file. The first sets a list of domains for
>>> which Tor should try to use the same exit relay for a given amount of
>>> time, specified using the second. For example
>>> TrackHostsExits .example.org
>>> TrackHostsExitsExpire 7200
>>> will tell Tor to try to use the same exit relay for all subdomains of
>>> example.org for 2 hours (7200 seconds). See the manual for more
>>> information: https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-manual.html.en
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