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Re: Resolving IP address
On Mon, 19 Dec 2005, Oliver Niesner wrote:
> >>Dec 17 22:38:11.677 [notice] Have tried resolving address
> >>'18.104.22.168' at 3 different places. Giving up.
> > Resolving the IP address? Is that normal?
> yes, if you run a server! The directory servers have to know which
> nodes are available and which are down for whatever reason. So they
> lookup the ip of "your" server.
> This has nothing to do with the routed traffic through that node.
Um, really? That sounds weird.
> > PS: Where is it appropriate to post bug-reports (if any) -
> > or-dev or or-talk?
> --> tor-bugs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Actually, please file the bugs at http://bugs.noreply.org/tor. That way
they get a unique bug number and it can't be forgotten. If you're not
sure if something is a bug then or-talk sounds like a good place.
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