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Re: Any plans to fix tor for OpenDNS?
Nevermind. I setup an account and changed the settings and will deal with the
laptop issue later.
I do see a message from tor (tork, actually, but it is a tor message):
"Recently exceeded local connection limit. Check local system."
Huh? WHAT connection limit? I don't recall seeing anything about that in the
On Thursday 13 November 2008 13:48:23 Praedor Atrebates wrote:
> What about this: I run a relay server on my laptop and my home desktop.
> My laptop can end up on whatever network I connect to (obviously). I DO
> have my own registered domain name and use it no matter what network I
> connect to, so my IP for my laptop can vary a lot. Can OpenDNS settings
> still be set to hold in this circumstance (tie it to a domain name)?
> On Thursday 13 November 2008 13:04:05 Sven Anderson wrote:
> > Am 13.11.2008 um 17:17 schrieb Praedor Atrebates:
> > > I use OpenDNS servers and tor messages always contain a message that
> > > my
> > > service provider "may be hijacking DNS requests". It isn't a
> > > problem for
> > > functionality of tor but it is somewhat annoying to see that warning
> > > all the
> > > time. Is there any plan to make tor fully friendly with OpenDNS so
> > > these
> > > messages can go away?
> > Go to the OpenDNS website, create an account, add a network for your
> > IP and then uncheck options in "advanced settings". Then the warnings
> > will go away.
> > Sven