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Re: [tor-talk] some common ground on the gatereloaded topic (fwd)
Those relays will accept exit traffic so, if you use a controller to
manually build a circuit through them it should work just fine.
On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 10:50 AM, John Case <case@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I never saw an explicit answer to the below, which I think would be valuable
> for posterity .. list archives, etc.
> See below:
> On Tue, 22 Feb 2011, Damian Johnson wrote:
>>> That is, if I do indeed have a bizarro use case, and can't talk about it,
>>> we were arguing about, I can still use the "badexit" labeled nodes as I
>>> fit, yes ? Or do you drop badexits out of the directory after some
>>> of time ?
>> Yes, it just effects the defaults. As a client you can do whatever you
>> want. This was discussed almost a month back in this thread.
>> Relevant snippet:
>> Despite its name, the BadExit flag really isn't a big whoop - the
>> relays are still perfectly usable for guard and middle hop positions.
>> They just aren't seeing exit traffic any longer.
> Yes, I understood that - and I see that that is the default. What I want to
> confirm is, can I change to a non-default configuration and continue to use
> those nodes _as exits_ if I choose to ?
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