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Re: Having trouble setting up TOR server Additional info,,

Hello Pei Hanru!
  Nice to hear from you. I am trying to re-check my RHEL with TOR to make sure I have the correct IP behind the firewall. That easily could be the problem,,
Will get back to you as soon as I have news about it or report. Thanks for your interest, will talk later,

Pei Hanru <peihanru@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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Hi, Algenon

On 2007-10-23 18:32 CST, algenon flower wrote:
> Hello experienced TOR people,,,
> I realize I may have become a little obsessed with getting my TOR
> server up, but for me it represents an important step in my education,
> and I intend it to be an aid, at least in some small way, to the TOR
> project. I think I am almost there, just that I have to configure my
> firewall and perhaps other in order for it to work. I have decided to
> provide the Linksys config current in html as an aid for anyone who
> might have hints on what direction I should go to fix the problem.
> Normally I would not post this much info, but am not sure of more options.
> Thanks in advance,
> Algenon

At Linksys_Port_Forwarding.htm (Port range forwarding) page, I noticed
you have two similar port forwarding rules, but they have different IP
addresses, one is, the other is, maybe that's
where you problem lies.

Delete the wrong one, and try again.

Thanks for your contribution to the Tor community!

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