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Re: Cisco firewall filtering Tor?
On Jun 16, 2007, at 01:54:01, Roger Dingledine wrote:
On Fri, Jun 15, 2007 at 07:07:21PM -0400, Jay Goodman Tamboli wrote:
I've uploaded results from a 5-minute run of Tor 0.2.0.2-alpha (I've
also tested with the current stable).
Something is definitely interfering with your ability to complete a
Whether that's your local firewall demanding that it MitM your SSL
connections, or your local firewall recognizing Tor's TLS signature
killing that connection, or something else, I couldn't say.
See also Nick's post from November about this topic:
I don't think it's MithM, since I'm not seeing any warnings from my
web browser when connecting to HTTPS sites. It is quite possible
they're actively blocking it. I notice that thread refers to Cisco
routers, and I know that the firewall is a Cisco box. I'll look into
this (and your other links) more to see if there's anything I can do
Btw, you seem to have set a config option of "ReachableAddresses *:
which means you can't contact (m)any directory servers. You may find
this to be bad after a couple of days. :) You might prefer *:80,*:443.
Most of the day I'm connected to an unrestricted network and run Tor
without any ReachableAddresses options, so the server list should be,
at worst, a few hours old. When I'm not testing, too, I add :80.
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