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Can i use tor relay with 2 ip adresses ? I have 2 ip's on the same computer can i set both to same relay somehow?

Regards kof

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You can use both IP addresses. Best is to set up two different torrc files and start two processes. If you use Debian, there is a multi-instance systemd service file. Just create /etc/tor/instances/1/torrc and /etc/tor/instances/2/torrc. Now you can enable the services:

systemctl enable tor@1.service
systemctl enable tor@2.service

When you start Tor with systemctl start tor, systemd will take care about the start of both services.

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yes you can. Tor won't use them both in teaming or load-balancing, but you can utilize via ORPort and DirPort directives values like address:port a different binding. Also you can use OutboundBindAddress to specify whic one will be used for primary traffic.

  • Dont i need 2x relays then? – kof Oct 13 '16 at 0:07
  • What is your goal? To use both ISP lines simultaniously? – Alexey Vesnin Oct 13 '16 at 0:16

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