Fabian Keil wrote:
gabrix <gabrix@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I'm sorry if recently my tor node argo666tor wasn't always up ... but i'm sort of experimenting how much bandwith i have to allocate to the tor network.My will is to give as much band as possible without slowing down my connection.I'm trying with this 4 rules:AccountingStart day 12:00 AccountingMax 600MB #BandwidthRate 100 KB #BandwidthBurst 200 KBBut i seriously don't know witch one is best considering i have a TIM adsl flat!Maybe using queues for prioritising empty ACKs would already be good enough: http://www.benzedrine.cx/ackpri.html It's PF and ALTQ specific, but the same can be done with other packet filters. Additionally you could give all Tor traffic a lower priority, I think it would be a better solution than to set a hard bandwidth limit in Tor, which most of the time would limit your server more than necessary. Fabian
I have this in my iptables script:
# TORas 2 tor has a high priority,now is on 5 .
An another question is :if i announce port 110 and redirect traffic to 9090 which port shall i consider as priority in the above iptables ?
Silly question isn't ?