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Re: How to strictly exclude exit nodes?
On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 18:19:24 -0700
"F. Fox" <kitsune.or@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Li-Hui Zhou wrote:
> > When using the latest svn version of tor as a client, ExcludeExitNodes
> > as CIDR format used, it give me this warn:
> > (time) [warn] Requested exit node 'blabla' is in ExcludeNodes, or
> > ExcludeExitNodes, using anyway.
> > How can I strictly do not allow those exit node that are already
> > excluded from being used?
> When choosing nodes to *use* exclusively, this line has to be added, in
> addition to the ExitNodes line:
> StrictExitNodes 1
There's no such options right now.
> I'm not entirely sure, but that would be my guess as to how to make
> Exclude[Exit]Nodes strict, as well; although, I was under the impression
> that those lines were strict by default.
> If not, it's probably a darn good thing you brought it up.
Yeah. It really should be work like that.
Please add it devs.
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> F. Fox
Li-Hui Zhou <lhzhou@xxxxxxxx>