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Re: [tor-talk] Bridges and AWS...how stable/accessible are they?

On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 7:06 PM, ed1vel1 <ed1vel1@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have been running a non exit relay for over a year.  I have found that
> my ISP and/or blacklisting services seem to block my dynamic IP on some
> sites, and that this increases over time, after the IP is reset.
> I decided to try running the Amazon Web Services Bridge relay instead,
> using the free tier.  The management console indicates it is live, and
> the monitoring suggests traffic.  However, it doesn't seem to reliably
> support a Tor client connection at my own site. I have tested other
> bridges, obtained in the usual way, and several seem quite stable, even
> used on their own.  However, I can't obtain a stable connection using
> the AWS bridge I set up recently.  Any thoughts?

You are the first to report an issue with the AWS bridge being
unstable. Please email me the IP address so that I can test it?

Runa A. Sandvik
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