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Old 11-02-2009, 01:26 PM
Xi Shen
 
Default how to set to tor bridge relay?

hi,

i am using gentoo x64. i want to setup a tor bridge relay. but i
cannot get it to work. in the log file, i can only see notices like
this:
[notice] No current certificate known for authority moria1; launching request.
Nov 02 22:21:32.598 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority tor26; launching request.
Nov 02 22:21:32.598 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority dizum; launching request.
Nov 02 22:21:32.598 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority ides; launching request.
Nov 02 22:21:32.598 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority gabelmoo; launching request.
Nov 02 22:21:32.598 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority dannenberg; launching request.
Nov 02 22:22:33.758 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority moria1; launching request.
Nov 02 22:22:33.758 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority tor26; launching request.
Nov 02 22:22:33.758 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority dizum; launching request.
Nov 02 22:22:33.758 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority ides; launching request.
Nov 02 22:22:33.758 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority gabelmoo; launching request.
Nov 02 22:22:33.758 [notice] No current certificate known for
authority dannenberg; launching request.

i have enabled debug log, and whenever i tried to access a web site, i
got this in the log:
[info] TLS error: unexpected close while handshaking
Nov 02 22:20:38.683 [info] connection_tls_continue_handshake(): tls
error [unexpected close]. breaking connection.

i am behind a router, and i have set a forward rule on the route to
route connections to port 443 to my gentoo machine. have i missed
something?


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