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Re: Prioritizing from source ip?
I do not know about other facilities available in tor, but you could throttle down your connection rate, and/or only run it when you are using it or during peak hours. That way you will still be giving the network some bandwidth.
On Fri, 3 Feb 2006 13:05:34 -0500
> Hey guys. I've been running my tor router for about 6 months now, and my
> only grip thus far is that my bandwith allocated for the month gets
> consumed in about 2 weeks. As you all know, once the bandwith is
> consumed, tor hibernates. I was just wondering if there's a facility in
> place to allow a certain source ip (or two) to *ALWAYS* be allowed, and
> mabey even to have a higher priority than say someone in .jp...
> Does such a facility exist? I realize that I could use iptables an tor
> to do this by setting my tor bandwith limit for to to say 100gb / month, and
> setup iptables to stop allowing connections from everyone else but my
> ip when the rate hits 50gb. Therefor locking out everyone else, and
> alloting me an extra 50gb...
> Any better ideas?