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The Tor Project has a nice overview page of how onion services work: https://community.torproject.org/onion-services/overview/ Here is my own attempt at reading the specification Based upon the public key extracted from the .onion domain and a random value (that changes over time), math can be done to figure out which of the many thousands of nodes have a &...


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You're correct: Tor will detect the address change unless it's instructed to use a specific IP address in the torrc config. To speed up the address detection use a python script that will use Stem library for Tor and will check if your address has changed. And - when it changed - send SIGNAL NEWNYM to Tor control port and try to make an outgoing request, it ...


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Yes, it should detect that by itself. Important is, that you have the address line in your torrc blank. Then the daemon will check for itself.


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