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Re: [tor-relays] running a relay on a home connection
On Wednesday 18 December 2013 05:20 AM, Mark Jamsek wrote:
> On 18/12/2013 9:20 AM, I wrote:
>> Could you expand that it little further, please?
>>> You may use a dynamic dns resolver such as freedns.afraid.org, dyn.com
>>> or noip.com etc, then you can use your full dns name instead of your
>>> current IP address.
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> Perform the following:
> 1. register at freedns.afraid.org
> 2. choose a domain from the registry and create your subdomain (e.g.
> 2. either configure your router to update your IP or download one of the
> available clients: http://freedns.afraid.org/scripts/freedns.clients.php
> 3. in your torrc, configure:
> Address myTor.mooo.com
> 4. service tor restart
> And your relay will automatically resolve your domain (myTor.mooo.com)
> to your dynamic IP.
>  http://freedns.afraid.org/domain/registry/
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Great! DDNS service looks like a nice way to make this permanent. The
other thing I managed was by enabling upnp in my router, the address
discovery takes place automatically.
thanks for the suggestions!
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