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Re: [tor-talk] how to know which IP(host) a TOR client is using as tor nodes?
ah,below the connection-status
there are usually 5 items, and when I click on one item, the details will
be shown on the right, the details usually include 3 hosts.
so this means the items are actually circuits and the 3 hosts are the
entry, middle and exit node respectively? is it right?
when I open the TBB, a page show that my ip address appears to be
but I cant find this ip address in the details of all circuits, what is
wrong with this?
besides, I enabled the function of exit node to make my machine as an exit
relay, how can I find the connections that use my machine as exit relay?
2012/9/25 Sebastian G. <bastik.tor> <bastik.tor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> esolve esolve:
> > Generally there are three TOR nodes are being used by a TOR client,
> > middle and the exit
> > where can I find the IPs of these three TOR nodes
> In the case you want to know what IP addresses you connected to to build
> a circuit. you can do this:
> Open Vidalia, then click on "View the Network". You should see
> "Connection" and "Status" below a map. Click on any circuit to see their
> properties, which includes their IPs. (Please note that there's a bug
> that makes Vidalia report the same uptime for all relays)
> On the left you should see a relay list, where you can see where your
> client could potentially connect to; in the case you are interested in
> learning about the network in general.
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