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Re: Blocked by my ISP?
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- Subject: Re: Blocked by my ISP?
- From: "Ringo Kamens" <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 03:29:05 -0400
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Here is information on how to get a more updated version by adding the
NoReply package repos:
Comrade Ringo Kamens
On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 12:24 AM, Roger Dingledine <arma@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 15, 2008 at 02:05:49PM -0700, Luis Maceira wrote:
>> Jun 15 16:22:23.376 [notice] Tor 0.1.2.17 opening log
> You should be aware that you're using a Tor that was released almost 10
> months ago. Perhaps you're not using the right debian repository to keep
> up to date?
>> Jun 15 16:40:14.427 [warn] Received http status code
>> 400 ("Bad Request") from server '188.8.131.52:80'
>> while fetching
>> .... several lines(30 or 40) like the above 2 lines!!!
> Could be that your ISP is filtering certain requests it doesn't like.
> I would suggest upgrading to Tor 0.2.0.28-rc. It fetches directory
> information in a different way, so it probably doesn't do the action
> that your ISP is trying to filter.
>> Jun 15 16:40:50.287 [notice] Tor has successfully
>> opened a circuit. Looks like client functionality is
> This is weird to see here. It looks like you succeeded at getting enough
> directory information and establishing a circuit. So your Tor ought to
> work. Perhaps this is because you had directory information from using
> Tor recently when it wasn't filtered?
>> I am not able to use the Tor Network,I use Debian
>> Linux everything well-installed,but the logs are as
>> above everytime,and not once I could use Tor.
>> So I suspect that my ISP blocks Tor.
> That sounds like a reasonable guess.
>> Note:I use tor-button with
>> always tells me tor not in place,the same using
>> showmyip.com the IP is my ISP IP.
> That makes it sound like you've screwed up your proxy settings. If your
> ISP blocks Tor, then your Tor requests ought to time out or otherwise
> fail. Not work and show up as being your own local IP address.
> So in summary, "maybe, but it sounds like you're confused about enough
> that I can't really guess."