Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-13 Thread Roger Dingledine
On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 08:51:05PM +0200, Dirk wrote: > I observed the same thing on our new exit. atlas says its down - but > actually it is working. Did you test if you could exit through your > relay at this time ? Another thing to check is whether your relay is listed in the consensus

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-13 Thread Dirk
Hello, I observed the same thing on our new exit. atlas says its down - but actually it is working. Did you test if you could exit through your relay at this time ? best regards Dirk On 11.08.2017 16:28, Paul Templeton wrote: > Another odd thin is atlas will say its down for say three hours

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-12 Thread Scott Bennett
Duncan wrote: > > Have been running a mirror for a couple of years and haven't had much > > time to dedicate to and exit node but have finally committed to it. > > Found a provider that doesn't seem to have a cap on data and it will > > cost me about five euros a month. > >

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Duncan
Hi Paul, Paul Templeton: Hi all, Have been running a mirror for a couple of years and haven't had much time to dedicate to and exit node but have finally committed to it. Found a provider that doesn't seem to have a cap on data and it will cost me about five euros a month. Question I have is

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Keepyourprivacy
Was wondering too, there are currently only two exits out there from 1&1. And they are pretty straight forward when they receive abuse messages > Original Message > Subject: Re: [tor-relays] New Here > Local Time: 11 August 2017 5:14 PM > UTC Time: 11 August 201

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Ralph Seichter
On 11.08.2017 16:10, Paul Templeton wrote: > Provider 1&1 I'm guessing their "1&1 Virtual Server Cloud S" package? I found the setup fee of 9,99 EUR quite cheeky, it's just a virtual server with a preconfigured Linux image after all. Also, I heard 1&1 does not allow Tor exits (I checked about a

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Tyler Johnson
Thanks for the link... nifty! On Aug 11, 2017 09:36, "Keepyourprivacy" wrote: > Maybe the network of your provider is going down sometimes. So even IF the > server is not restarted, it is "offline", because other nodes can't connect > to you. Maybe you should run

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Keepyourprivacy
Atlas has usually correct stats. > Original Message ---- > Subject: Re: [tor-relays] New Here > Local Time: 11 August 2017 4:28 PM > UTC Time: 11 August 2017 2:28 PM > From: p...@coffswifi.net > To: tor-relays@lists.torproject.org > > Another odd thin is atlas wil

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Paul Templeton
gust 12, 2017 12:18:03 AM Subject: Re: [tor-relays] New Here That's strange. Usually you shouldn't see more traffic than advertised. Atlas is saying: Bandwidth rate: 300 KiB/s Bandwidth burst: 500 KiB/s Observed bandwidth: 638.69 KiB/s Strange thing is, that the observed bandwidth is

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Keepyourprivacy
difference? > Original Message ---- > Subject: Re: [tor-relays] New Here > Local Time: 11 August 2017 4:10 PM > UTC Time: 11 August 2017 2:10 PM > From: p...@coffswifi.net > To: tor-relays@lists.torproject.org > > nickname: coffswifi > Provider 1&

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Paul Templeton
From: "Keepyourprivacy" <keepyourpriv...@protonmail.ch> To: tor-relays@lists.torproject.org Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2017 12:03:20 AM Subject: Re: [tor-relays] New Here Thanks for running an exit! Mind sharing your torrc configuration? Maybe something is wrong in there... Which pr

Re: [tor-relays] New Here

2017-08-11 Thread Keepyourprivacy
Thanks for running an exit! Mind sharing your torrc configuration? Maybe something is wrong in there... Which provider are you using? Tor relay nickname would be helpful too > Original Message > Subject: [tor-relays] New Here > Local Time: 11 August 2017 3:50 PM > UTC Time: 11