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Re: Directory servers for a subset of Tor routers
On Sun, 05 Aug 2007 14:01:30 -0400 Ringo Kamens
>You would need an external application in order to do that. Would
>be doing this on Windows or *Nix?
>Comrade Ringo Kamens
>On 8/5/07, nobledark@xxxxxxxxxxxx <nobledark@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Thanks Comrade - so blocking connections from other
>> that something that is built into Tor or would I need a 3rd
>> solution? I think i already saw how to prevent the dir server
>> advertising itself to the rest of the Tor network in the man
>> (yeah, really wouldn't want to screw anyone else up) but not so
>> sure on the geographical part.
>> Thanks again...
>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2007 00:25:59 -0400 Ringo Kamens
>> <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> >I think this is possible with a little hacking of the code. If
>> >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 <nobledark@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> >> Hi,
>> >> Question, is it possible to set up private directory servers
>> >> make available only a portion of the available Tor routers?
>> >> example, if you only wanted to make routers that were online
>> >> U.K. or France available to users who got their info from
>> >> servers, can that be done?
>> >> I know you can set entry and exit nodes but this only
>> >> 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
>> >> it can't be done or there are other problems, does anyone
>> >> other ideas or suggestions?
>> >> Thanks...
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