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Re: Questions about a TOR server
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- From: "Kasimir Gabert" <kasimir.g@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 09:54:53 -0700
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I'm glad to hear you are running a router!
Just change your policy to:
There are many popular tools for viewing statistics about connections
on UNIX systems. If you want to see a list of the connections that
your server is making without logging them, you can use iftop. For
bandwidth usage, you might want to look into MRTG.
On Nov 24, 2007 9:49 AM, <lg2005@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> So finally I am running "research36" :) To begin I decided to not be an exit mode, but will change this soon.
> Which policy must I put in the log file if I want to be an "exit node" but ONLY on the port 443? Yes, I don't want to allow the port 80, non-encrypted...
> Other question: What can I do to see the traffic of the Tor server? I don't know a lot about unix systems.
> Thank you!