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- From: "臧美君" <zangmj@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 14:42:14 +0800
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when choosing the middle nodes, it excludes the exit node and other middle nodes first.
and then exclude itself if it's a or. and randomly choose a node in the running routers list which contains all those routers only if it's now running and valid and you think it's reliable enough.
so actually i don't see there's some policy to exlude those exit nodes
On Sun, Nov 2, 2008 at 9:50 PM, Erilenz <erilenz@xxxxxxxxx>
If you run as an exit node, it's my understanding that you also act as a
middleman node. Would it be possible, and would it be a good idea, to
add an option such that you only act as an exit node?
It seems a bit of a waste to use potential exit bandwidth as middleman
relaying bandwidth when exit bandwdith is more scarce.