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Re: determining which are the ORs a Tor circuit is using

I taking the following route 

circuitbuild.c-> circuit_send_next_onionskin->
		At the point where there is a check for if(!hop)
 		I take the 'circ' pointer and -> crypt_path_t pointer ->
extend_info_t pointer -> nickname/addr

Should that work ?


On Tue, 2008-11-11 at 12:55 -0700, mrwigglet wrote:
> I know it is saved in the log files, although there may be an easier
> way to do it.  There are lots of paths built that are in a waiting
> state, so you'd have to do some connecting the actual circuit being
> used with when it was built.  I don't know of a built in way of doing
> this.
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 12:50 PM, Sambuddho Chakravarty
> <sc2516@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>         Hello All
>          I have a general question. I am using the default torrc
>         (without
>         specifying which ORs to select and letting the client
>         determine the
>         "best" ones for itself). Is there a way to detect which are
>         the ORs the
>         client picks up for the entry , middleman and exit nodes
>         (rather than
>         hacking into the source code of the tor client). I am using a
>         rather
>         dated version of the client -
>         Thanks
>         Sambuddho
> -- 
> Nathan Evans
> Research Assistant
> Department of Computer Science
> University of Denver