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Re: Resolving IP address
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Peter Palfrader wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Dec 2005, Oliver Niesner wrote:
>>>>Dec 17 22:38:11.677 [notice] Have tried resolving address
>>>>'184.108.40.206' 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.
- --> You are right what i wrote mistakable.
I just wanted to say that a tor users IP could not be easily seen by someone else, but it
is easy to get the ip from a running tor-server.
Sorry for the bad explanation, i am just a beginner too :-/
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