Changes between Version 456 and Version 457 of doc/GoodBadISPs


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Aug 14, 2015, 12:02:51 PM (5 years ago)
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    6565||  '''Company/ISP'''  ||  '''ASN'''  ||  '''Bridges'''  ||  '''Relay'''  ||  '''Exit'''  ||  '''Comments'''  ||  '''Tasked'''  ||  '''Correspondence'''  ||  '''Last Updated'''[[BR]][[BR]][[BR]]''(MM/DD/YY)''  ||
    6666|| [http://edis.at/ EDIS GmbH] || || No || No || No || || || TOS: !http://www.edis.at/files/7514/2537/1691/tos.pdf || 03/03/15 ||
    67 || [http://www.internex.at/ InterneX GmbH] || || || Yes || Yes || (Hosting) seems not to care about Tor nodes, likely mainly because  their upstream/IP provider does not (see next ISP, UPC). Rather cheap  VPS but openVZ based with low limits on connections || || || (william, 12/2011) ||
    68 || [http://www.upc.at/ UPC Austria GmbH] || || || Yes || Yes || (ISP) does not care what their customers do at all (unless you have a  business connection), Cheap 100Mbit (down) 10Mbit (Up) connections  (59EUR with VAT). || || || (william, 12/2011) ||
    69 || [http://sil.at/ Silver Server GmbH]  || || || Yes || Yes || Forwards abuse. Hosts already some big exit/entry nodes which seem to  have no problems. Very expensive traffic. || || || (william, 12/2011) ||
    70 || [http://tele2.at/ Tele2 Austria GmbH] || || || Yes || Yes || Forwards abuse at business connections, good quality traffic, does not  like "proxys" on private lines. Cheap synchronous (SDSL) connections.  || || || (william, 12/2011) ||
    71 || [http://a1.net A1 (former Telekom Austria)] || || || Yes || No || Does not like Abuse (in any form) at all. Seems to give out customer  data at alleged abuse. Not recommended but cheap. || || || (william, 12/2011) ||
    72 || [http://xpirio.at xpirio GmbH] || || || Yes || ? || In general rather relaxed at all services, but better get in touch with  their (very understanding) support when you expect abuse. || || || (william, 12/2011) ||
     67|| [http://www.internex.at/ InterneX GmbH] || || || Yes || Yes || (Hosting) seems not to care about Tor nodes, likely mainly because  their upstream/IP provider does not (see next ISP, UPC). Rather cheap  VPS but openVZ based with low limits on connections || || || william, 12/2011 ||
     68|| [http://www.upc.at/ UPC Austria GmbH] || || || Yes || Yes || (ISP) does not care what their customers do at all (unless you have a  business connection), Cheap 100Mbit (down) 10Mbit (Up) connections  (59EUR with VAT). || || || william, 12/2011 ||
     69|| [http://sil.at/ Silver Server GmbH]  || || || Yes || Yes || Forwards abuse. Hosts already some big exit/entry nodes which seem to  have no problems. Very expensive traffic. || || || william, 12/2011 ||
     70|| [http://tele2.at/ Tele2 Austria GmbH] || || || Yes || Yes || Forwards abuse at business connections, good quality traffic, does not  like "proxys" on private lines. Cheap synchronous (SDSL) connections.  || || || william, 12/2011 ||
     71|| [http://a1.net A1 (former Telekom Austria)] || || || Yes || No || Does not like Abuse (in any form) at all. Seems to give out customer  data at alleged abuse. Not recommended but cheap. || || || william, 12/2011 ||
     72|| [http://xpirio.at xpirio GmbH] || || || Yes || ? || In general rather relaxed at all services, but better get in touch with  their (very understanding) support when you expect abuse. || || || william, 12/2011 ||
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    7474=== Germany ===
    75  * `relay [+] exit [+]` [http://weesly.de Weesly] is very liberal and allows hosting Tor in any kind. Statement in German: "Bei mir kann man alles machen was nicht gegen das deutsche Recht verstößt", in English: "With me you can do anything that does not violates German laws" (q23p, 10.06.11)
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    77   Note that you should let them know about your intention when ordering a server or in advance. (ch, 06/2013)
    78 
    79  * `relay [+] exit [+]` Although its located in the [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/GoodBadISPs#Netherlands Netherlands], Germans could try Leaseweb. They're hosting more than one *big* Tor-server and are quite tolerant. (anonym, 4/2010)
     75||  '''Company/ISP'''  ||  '''ASN'''  ||  '''Bridges'''  ||  '''Relay'''  ||  '''Exit'''  ||  '''Comments'''  ||  '''Tasked'''  ||  '''Correspondence'''  ||  '''Last Updated'''[[BR]][[BR]][[BR]]''(MM/DD/YY)''  ||
     76|| [http://weesly.de Weesly] || || Yes || Yes || Yes || Is very liberal and allows hosting Tor in any kind. Statement in German: "Bei mir kann man alles machen was nicht gegen das deutsche Recht verstößt", in English: "With me you can do anything that does not violate German laws". Note that you should let them know about your intention when ordering a server or in advance. (ch, 06/2013) || || || q23p, 06/10/2011 ||
     77|| LeaseWeb || || || || || Although its located in the [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/GoodBadISPs#Netherlands Netherlands], Germans could try Leaseweb. They're hosting more than one *big* Tor-server and are quite tolerant. || || || anonym, 4/2010 ||
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    8079 * `relay [+] exit [+]` EUServ seems to be a good ISP for Tor (see what they think [http://faq.euserv.de/content/1/149/en/is-tor-irc-or-another-proxy-service-allowed-on-the-server-.html?highlight=tor here]). They have a bad support, but if you know how to maintain your server, this ISP is a good choice. --[wiki:JensKubieziel] (http://identi.ca/notice/15888906) Update(11.09.22014: The AGB forbid Tor exit nodes.
    8180 * `relay [+] exit [+]` [https://ebonytales.com Ebony Tales Inc.] allows Tor relays if IRC/SMTP is blocked. However, very hard to obtain a server since it requires a vouch from an existing customer.