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> >it's possible to use e. g. an open WLAN from a neighbor for your
> >TOR server and in most countries that's be legal, e. g. in=20
> >But for working behind NAT the program has to be optimized, like skype,
> >and as far as i know, TOR is not made for working behind NAT.
> Why would you think that?
The ORPort of the TOR server must be reachable from the outside but behind
NAT you need port forwarding for this.
Therefore you can use a TOR client behind NAT but not a TOR server.
Or did i missed something?
> Have you bothered to read the documentation?
No; i've read it some time ago and that's why i wrote "as far as i know".