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Re: port 9030

It is probably just a directory update.
I have modified Geoffrey Goodell's script a bit so it displays the ORport
and DIRport.


> I've noticed that every time I run Tor, it opens connections to several
> nodes (usually on port 443 or 9001).  However, it also connects to one
> node on port 9030 (not always the same node, but there's always one
> connection on port 9030) and it starts downloading something.  It lasts
> for about 30 seconds, then it stops downloading and the connection to
> port 9030 either drops, or sometimes changes to port 9001.
> There are no messages in the Tor window to give any indication as to
> what it's downloading.  Anyone know what's going on here?
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