I am a unfortunate customer of a provider that uses a so-called DualStack Lite (I can't post more than two URLs - check Wikipedia for detailed information on DualStack Lite). Short: My router can't be reached via
ipv4 easily. After I've switched to the new provider (I didn't realize the consequences) my TOR relay quit working (it's still configured with
ipv4-ports only, so it's clear why it can't work). This howto says that it's not yet possible to run a
ipv6-only TOR relay.
- I understand that I can't run the relay with the DualStack Lite natively (as opposed to the outlined workaround below) - is that correct?
- Is it possible to use a service like this to work around the limitations and run a TOR relay?
I assume that the answer to the latter question will be no because - as I understand - my relay registers itself at some TOR database with an outgoing
ipv4 address and the configured
ipv4 ports. If using a
ipv6 portmapper, a specific URL is used - one the TOR relay doesn't know about. Thus I think it's not possible for other TOR clients/relays to connect to my TOR relay.
However, if the answer to the latter question indeed is yes, could someone provide some howto or more detailed information about how to configure that (I didn't find anyting yet)?