Thanks Comrade - so blocking connections from other countries...is
that something that is built into Tor or would I need a 3rd party
solution? I think i already saw how to prevent the dir server from
advertising itself to the rest of the Tor network in the man pages
(yeah, really wouldn't want to screw anyone else up) but not so
sure on the geographical part.
On Sun, 05 Aug 2007 00:25:59 -0400 Ringo Kamens
>I think this is possible with a little hacking of the code. If you
>don't want to make you own version of tor (a bad idea to begin
>you could run an authoritative dir server and then just block
>connections to certain countries. Just make sure you configure
>server NOT to advertise that information to other directories.
>Comrade Ringo Kamens
>On 8/4/07, nobledark@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Question, is it possible to set up private directory servers and
>> make available only a portion of the available Tor routers? For
>> example, if you only wanted to make routers that were online in
>> U.K. or France available to users who got their info from these
>> servers, can that be done?
>> I know you can set entry and exit nodes but this only addresses
>> part of the question and is too static for this example. I've
>> some info on Blossom but don't know if that will do it either.
>> it can't be done or there are other problems, does anyone have
>> other ideas or suggestions?
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