There is something weird going on. I wanted to enter Tor Browser using a greek IP but can't connect. I think i'm doing everything correct since I am able to connect using US IP, German IP, even New Zealand and Iceland IPs.

I am changing ExitNodes {Country} and saving notepad. It works with other countries as I told you but can't work with ExitNodes {GR}

I need specific greek IP for geotagging reason in webTV

Is there anything I can do? All other countries are working... :O

  • Run an exit in Greece. – cacahuatl Aug 7 '16 at 19:27
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    Pay for a VPN in Greece. – cacahuatl Aug 7 '16 at 19:32
  • Buy a server in Greece. – cacahuatl Aug 7 '16 at 19:32
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    Ask someone in Greece to provide you with connectivity. – cacahuatl Aug 7 '16 at 19:32
  • what you mean ask someone to provide me with connectivity? Isn't a free way to change my IP to greek IP? I have done it to dozen other countries as i explained this way. Why Greece is a special case? Am I doing something wrong? :/ – chester Aug 7 '16 at 19:35

All other countries are working...

According to https://compass.torproject.org, there are no exit relays in Greece, so you can't get a Greek IP through Tor.

Is there anything I can do?

Like canonizing ironize said, you can run an exit node in Greece, get a VPN in Greece, or ask someone else to set one up for you in Greece.


It means there are no exit nodes in Greece right now or you need to make sure you have StrictNodes 1 turned on in conjunction with the country setting or there are ExitNodes in Greece but they are not reporting as such (ExitNodes {??}).

So make sure your torrc has StrictNodes 1 and ExitNodes {gr} and report back if that works. Case might also matter. Haven't checked if it does or not, so GR vs gr.


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