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Re: [tor-talk] Run Tor as a bridge in the Amazon Cloud
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On 11/22/2011 5:36 PM, Runa A. Sandvik wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 9:30 PM, Runa A. Sandvik
> <runa.sandvik@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> To help new customers get started in the cloud, Amazon is
>> introducing a free usage tier. The Tor Cloud images are all micro
>> instances, and new customers will be able to run a free micro
>> instance for a whole year.
> Some users have asked about the AWS free usage tier and pointed
> out that it only includes 15 GB of bandwidth out per month. I have
> updated the Tor Cloud website (changes should go live soon) with
> the following;
> The Tor Cloud images have been configured to use no more than 40 GB
> of bandwidth out per month. We have estimated that customers who do
> not qualify for the free usage tier will pay up to $30 a month.
> Customers who qualify for the free usage tier, but who run bridges
> that use more than 15 GB of bandwidth out per month, will pay up to
> $3 per month.
> I hope that this better clarifies the cost of running a bridge in
> the Amazon cloud, let me know if you have any questions.
What about cycling through IPs semi frequently? Maybe as sort of an
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