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Re: [tor-talk] Massive Bandwidth Onion Services
On 19 December 2016 at 14:04, Allen <allenpmd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> AFAIK, HiddenServiceNumIntroductionPoints >= 3 is also for the benefit
> of the client, so if intro point #1 doesn't work for the client, it
> can try to connect at intro point #2, and then finally at intro point
> #3 before giving up. So let's say my Tor client looks up your Tor
> hidden service descriptor and attempts to connect at intro point #1
> and that fails. What would/should it do at that point? Give up?
There's a big difference between your scenario and mine.
There will still be multiple introduction points.
There will, in fact, be 60 introduction points.
But they will each be attached to one of 60 different tor daemons, as
opposed to the existing best practice of 1 daemon x 10 introduction points,
replicated in 6 descriptors. (1 x 6 x 10 == 60)
I understand this is a bit hard to explain with just words, so I posted a
couple of slides at:
...but I could only fit 4x tor daemons on the slides, instead of 60.
I would post the slides here, but I believe that the maillist scrubs
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