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Re: [tor-talk] Tor relay and IPv6

Stephan Seitz <stse+tor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
Wed, 27 Jan 2016 22:34:57 +0100:

| I changed the torrc and added the following lines (after some
| instructions found on the list):

For reference, [1] is another hopefully useful resource even if it's a
bit outdated by now.

[1] https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/IPv6RelayHowto

| ORPort [IPv6 IP]:9001
| ExitPolicy reject6 *:*


| ClientUseIPv6 1

This configuration is only useful when applied on a client.

| ânetstat -tanp6 | grep 9001â shows the open port but only one
| connection (IPv4 has much more). The program arm is only showing IPv4
| connections.

Not many clients connect over IPv6 yet. Relays never do, yet.

I don't know if 'arm' knows about IPv6.

| The port 9030 is only bound to the IPv4 address but I think that is as
| it should be (configuration line is âDirPort 9030â).

There's no support for DirPort's on IPv6.

| The IPv6 firewall is open for the ports 9001 and 9030.
| Am I doing something wrong?

Seems correct.

Your IPv6 address should show up in Atlas [2], under "OR
Addresses". Does it?

[2] https://atlas.torproject.org/

Thanks for running a relay on IPv6!
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