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In torrc, using AllowDotExit and MapAddress I can specify only one exit node for "mysite.com". For example with:

AllowDotExit 1

MapAddress mysite.com mysite.com.mynode.exit

With ExitNodes and StrictNodes I specify ten exit nodes but for all sites. For example with:

StrictNodes 1

ExitNodes mynode1, mynode2, ... mynode10


I want to arrange that for "mysite.com", Tor uses only the ten exit nodes that I specify in torrc but allow other sites to use all exit nodes.

How can I this?

  • Note that you don't need AllowDotExit to use .exit with MapAddress and enabling AllowDotExit is extremely dangerous and shouldn't ever be done. – cacahuatl Dec 5 '16 at 19:06
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It's not implemented in original Tor as far as I know. The only way to achive this functionality is using the Stem-controlled circuit built by hand.

  • +1 Would you care to elaborate on your answer. I have exact same interest as OP, namely to specify for instance ExitNodes {de},{nl}, but only for specific URLs or family of URLs... Tx – Cbhihe Oct 24 '17 at 15:47

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