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Re: being a middleman
* Roger Dingledine (arma@xxxxxxx) wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 04:38:47PM +0200, Peter Palfrader wrote:
> > > Does being a middleman by using a reject *:* policy means :
> > >
> > > - that only servers will connect you ?
> > >- or servers and users will connect you (you are a middleman and an
> > > entry point) ?
> > The latter. Everybody will connect to you, but you will only connect to
> > other Tor servers.
> I've removed all trace of the word 'middleman' from the code, the docs,
> and the sample torrc file. So the only place you'll be encountering
> it is somebody else's docs or an old torrc file if you're using an old
> 0.1.0.x one. Are there places that I missed?
> The new phrase I use is something akin to "not an exit node", which is
> hopefully an easier distinction.>