Changes between Version 160 and Version 161 of TorRelayGuide


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Timestamp:
Jan 12, 2018, 11:34:13 AM (8 days ago)
Author:
cypherpunks
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make subsections in the Tor Exit Relay configuration section

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    467467The exit policy defines which destination ports you are willing to forward. This has an impact on the amount of abuse emails you will get (less ports means less abuse emails, but an exit relay allowing only few ports is also less useful). If you want to be a useful exit relay you must **at least allow destination ports 80 and 443.**
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    469 As a new exit relay - especially if you are new to your hoster - it is good to start with a reduced exit policy and further open it up as you become more experienced. The reduced exit policy can be found on the following page:
     469==== Reduced Exit Policy
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     471As a new exit relay - especially if you are new to your hoster - it is good to start with a reduced exit policy (to reduce the amount of abuse emails) and further open it up as you become more experienced. The reduced exit policy can be found on the following page:
    470472https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ReducedExitPolicy
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     474==== Reverse DNS record
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    473476Ensure that you have set a clear DNS reverse (PTR) record to make it clear for everyone that this is a tor exit relay.