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There is a website I want to connect to via a specific IP. It uses CluodFlare and I am constantly having to deal with the captcha. Via a normal browser I can connect to the website by adding the site and the real IP to my /etc/hosts like:

188.188.188.34   domain.info

And this bypasses CloudFlare. However, I am unable to connect to the website via Tor.

Is there a way I can tell tor to connect to this domain on the real IP?

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  • Have you tried asking the site operators to loosen the restrictions? There are settings within the Cloudflare control panel that allow you to dial back these things. – Xiong Chiamiov Mar 29 '16 at 0:29
  • Luckily CloudFlare has stopped going crazy. It was nuts last week. – Kohjah Breese Mar 29 '16 at 22:24
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If you want to just connect to this website with your real IP address, you can add it to $no_proxy environment variable. See this: https://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/html_node/Proxies.html

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You can do it if you're using a firewall and transparent proxy mode for tor, it can be done ASA destination-based exception. The tor itself can not have it done neither via config, nor via environment cars, and this is right : it's another network stack components duty to perform the task you need

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