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Is there gateway to sites *.i2p of The Invisible Internet Project ?

E.g. There is gateway to Freenet ( KeyUtils 0.5.3 v5020 (5020) ): http://2vlqpcqpjlhmd5r2.onion

http://2vlqpcqpjlhmd5r2.onion/freenet:USK@Isel-izgllc8sr~1reXQJz1LNGLIY-voOnLWWOyagYQ,xWfr4py0YZqAQSI-BX7bolDe-kI3DW~i9xHCHd-Bu9k,AQACAAE/linkageddon/1011/

Or gateways to onion sites from www: tor2web.org, onion.to, onion.lu

  • You mean like adapters from one anonymity network to another? Not a clue, but it's an interesting idea. – user194 Dec 24 '13 at 3:35
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You can use several I2P eepsites from the 'normal' internet and so also through Tor. Several people run so-called inproxies. There are/were:

At the moment only the last works. Just append .us (or .in, .to when the other two are back online) to the I2P url. So if you want to reach zzz's eepsite enter http://zzz.i2p.us. You can do this with or without Tor.

As you found out here are some other sites:

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  • Could you extend you answer with examples, better with kind of directory of sites inside i2p network. – ConcealmEnt Jan 17 '14 at 18:55
  • None of these are working as of July, 2019. – Diagon Jul 3 '19 at 22:43
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Add .xyz after the .i2p part. (Works as of 2018.)

E.g.: http://identiguy.i2p.xyz/ (That’s a list of eepsites, with reachability status.)

Some sites don’t work via the proxy; e.g. http://i2pforum.i2p.xyz/:

403 Denied

Inproxy access denied. You must run I2P to access this site.

Error messages can differ. The displayed page may not even explicitly state that there was an error (e.g. http://stats.i2p.xyz/cgi-bin/dashboard.cgi):

Welcome to nginx on Debian!

If you see this page, the nginx web server is successfully installed and working on Debian. Further configuration is required. […]

For comparison, the same page accessed from within the network just now:

enter image description here

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  • Not working as of July, 2019. – Diagon Jul 3 '19 at 22:43

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