> Scaling up on more hardware is always an option, but I really want to
> push the limit of the exit node, as the others won't be exits (Local
> network design, really) , and exit traffic is always more
> interesting.

When I say another instance, it’s on the same hardware.
Because Tor is not fully multi-thread/multi-core, you have to run another Tor 
daemon on the same host to use 1 more CPU core and so drain another 
150-300Mbps.
Currenly, you can start up to 2 Tor daemons per IP, there is a limitation to 
avoid Sybil attack.

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