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Re: Reliability of circuit extension if target server is running a Tor exit node
On Wed, Jul 12, 2006 at 04:50:18PM +0800, peihanru@xxxxxxxxx wrote 0.9K bytes in 19 lines about:
: I have another question about this FAQ, what does 'Tor server' here
: mean? Must this Tor server be an exit node?
Yes, this server must be an exit node.
: In a more specific scenario, for example, if the Tor server exits only
: at port 443, but people browse the website on the same IP at port 80
: using Tor, will their circuit exit from this Tor server?
No. The exit policy is honored. If example.com is a tor exit
server, but it doesn't allow port 80 to exit, you will not
extend a circuit through tor to get to example.com:80.
The traffic will go through another exit server that allows port 80.