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Re: [tor-talk] Cloak Tor Router

On 11/2/14, Lars Boegild Thomsen <lth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ...
> In the case of a standard Cloak (as least as it is envisioned right now)
> that is not a problem for Cloak then.  Cloak _will_ be the Wireless Access
> Point, it will enforce client isolation at Wi-Fi level and it will hand out
> separate address to each client.
> Hey - one challenge down :)

agreed.  i mention this because the way i usually use transparent
proxy mode is as mentioned above:  a local wifi router connected to
transparent Tor proxy connected to ISP.

in this situation, all the clients are behind the NAT WiFi router,
which complicated isolation.

if you _are_ the WiFi access point, as you intend to be, then there is
no NAT, and you avoid this issue.  (perhaps note to end-user: best to
connect clients directly to Cloak, rather than a router to Cloak :)

thank you for your prompt responses and attention to these details!

best regards,
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