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I have seen that web site and others hijack all of asstr.org. They pretend that they are asstr and supply that content with porn and ads even without TOR. IE, awe-kyle(dot)ru/anything will look like asstr(dot)org/anything. These sites come and go. Two others active now are pegast-irk(dot)ru/ and pegast-irk(dot)ru/ Y


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Think about it this way: Nodes are other computers that bounce your internet connection all over the world A proxy is the service that your local copy of Tor or Tor Browser provides that you use to access the Tor network. The proxy is your door to Tor. The node are the stops along the way from you to your destination. If you want to help the Tor ...


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This question might be best asked of the tor-relay mailing list because there is a better chance that a developer will see it. However, it seems to me that a relay should only see a single stable IP connection. If the relay sees two IP's then it might freak out like you are seeing. It might be better if the Tor relay saw a single internal IP behind a ...


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Take a look at Nyx. That is probably how most relay operators on Linux get their bandwidth and connection information.


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Nyx is probably the utility that you are looking for to provide that information.


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