Changes between Version 378 and Version 379 of doc/GoodBadISPs


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Oct 3, 2014, 10:28:34 PM (5 years ago)
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    3535* `relay [+] exit [-]` [http://digitalocean.com/ DigitalOcean] I asked them if a non-exit relay is allowed, they said yes, but answered a big NO about exit relays. I then started running 3 relays, and everything is going fine. Doesn't charge for bandwith overusage (yet, will update this when they do). But don't start pushing 30TB a month, use like 2x your allowed bandwith.
    3636* `relay [+] exit [-]` [http://www.phoenixnap.com/ PhoenixNap / Secured Servers] Got the OK to run a middle-relay but a firm no on exit relays.  I was told that if our account starts generating DMCA complaints, our service may be terminated.  No issues though, and I've had wonderful experiences with support.  Gigabit connections, 15TB bandwidth cap on many dedicated packages comes standard.  (~rannmann, August 2014)
     37*`relay [+] exit [+]` [http://vultr.com Vultr] They do not prohibit any lawful software/service from running, so running a Tor relay, or Tor exit is fine. Make sure to keep port 25 blocked, they have a tough policy on spam emails (port 25 is blocked by Vultr by default). Also, let with them know your running one, and let them know your tor configuration, and they will work with you should any issues come up.
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