I am very exited to announce the new exits hosted at NForce Entertainment in the Netherlands . We have proper WHOIS reassignment and their full support, so I am experimenting with an exit policy that allows all ports to exit to hopefully attract more traffic.
NForce has decided to support the cause by donating a second server with another 100TB of outgoing bandwidth. Incoming is free, so we have a total of 2*313 Mbit/s.
Thanks to the funding by Access Now , this deal can last at least 6 months. We hope to secure funding so we can keep them longer.
chomsky 253DFF1838A2B7782BE7735F74E50090D46CA1BC = 220.127.116.11:443 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noam_Chomsky rockhall 24B1F63F7DF9F85D711864811CC401BE5EB5FB9A = 18.104.22.168:443 http://www.rockhall.co.uk/ - Thanks for the 100€ monthly funding! rainbowwarrior DB8C6D8E0D51A42BDDA81A9B8A735B41B2CF95D1 = 22.214.171.124:443 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinking_of_the_Rainbow_Warrior http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legend_of_Rainbow_Warriors politkovskaja 7DCB5313B9541DD29C94BFDE0ADF91DC91D2CFE9 = 126.96.36.199:443 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Politkovskaja
Exit Policy accept :, temporarily 100/125 MBs each process. At the moment, I run two Tor processes on each physical box. On the first one using NumCPU 2, on the second one NumCPU 4. Let’s see if there’s any difference.
Both servers have the following specs: HP DL120 G6 Processor(s) Intel 4-core 2.4 GHz (X3430) Memory 8 GB Harddisk(s) 2x 250 GB Uplink port 1 GBIT Incoming bandwidth Unmetered Outgoing bandwidth 100 TB APC control Yes KVM over IP Yes Quarterly: 1425 euro excl 19% VAT