Example: I want to connect from my PC ( to by tor's transparent proxy, which is running on So I send ip packet from my PC (src: dst: dst-port: 80), it comes to router ( Firewall of that router is set to dst-nat all traffic to by tor transparent proxy, so router send this packet with (src: dst: dst-port: 9040). The tor proxy receive packet, but how can it understand, what it need to send this packet by tor network to, if ip-packet's headers dst and dst-port are and 9040.

  • The dst address won't be, it will still be – Mark Smith Apr 17 '19 at 10:18

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