I am operating Tor relay as an exit on 10 MegaBytes/s speed network. But when checking from http://atlas.torproject.org, it shows only 700KBps Advertised Bandwidth. How to increase this bandwidth?
Advertised bandwidth as reported by atlas and globe is really what is observed as of far. Your relay has only been up for four days, and as your relay proves its reliability and speed, advertised bandwidth will go up.
In your torrc, there are 2 keys that determine your advertised relay bandwidth:
RelayBandwidthRate- Sets/limits how much bandwidth you allow for relaying.
MaxAdvertisedBandwidth- May not be higher than RelayBandwidthRate. If you don't have this entry, then your RelayBandwidthRate is advertised.
Isn't this Advertised bandwidth value calculated by the Tor network instead of defined by your torrc config file?
When i have setup new relay, https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html shown "Advertised Bandwidth 0 B/s", i think that this value is not always directly equal to the limits set in torrc file, at least in a first days after setting up new relay, see the https://blog.torproject.org/lifecycle-new-relay
A new relay, assuming it is reliable and has plenty of bandwidth, goes through four phases: the unmeasured phase (days 0-3) where it gets roughly no use, the remote-measurement phase (days 3-8) where load starts to increase