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Re: Traffic on a node

The easiest way to check for Tor traffic is to see if there are connections on ports 9001 (default entry port), 9030 (default directory port) or whatever other ports you have chosen besides the defaults. Running "netstat" from the command prompt (start->run->cmd ; at the prompt netstat) will show all open connections.

There are other options if you need/want more specific information. Personally, I configured my router for QoS scheduling but it also reports outgoing bandwidth and number of connections by the class of traffic (e.g., Tor, ssh, www, and whatever else I have configured).


On Sat, May 17, 2008 at 1:59 PM, <lg2005@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have setup a middle node on my PC (Win XP). The Vidalia log says all is ok, but the node is not listed yet in the list on Vidalia.

Moreover, how can I see which traffic there is on my node? Or at least IF there is any traffic?!

Thank you