tor replacement - was Re: Box for simple Tor node.
punks at tfwno.gf
Tue May 12 15:44:34 PDT 2020
On Tue, 12 May 2020 04:59:32 -0400
grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
> > web cesspool servers send data in
> > big chunks/high speed bursts, which is not compatible with constant rate
> > links.
> They are,
> your ISP rate or physical link speed already
> serves as max rate,
It's not clear what you mean, but if you think people could generally send dummy traffic to eacht other at the max rate advertised by their ISP-mosad-nsa-gchq local mafia, you're obviously wrong.
Anyway, it's not a big problem. Since you can't just foward traffic from the overlay to the arpanet web cesspool and expect anonimity, my implicit point was that such limitation needs to be taken into account. Services that don't require high speed/high volume traffic, like, say, mail, may be fine. 'Bursty' traffic won't work. One shouldn't build services for selling drugs or killing politicians using the centralized web client/server model.
or go test set a lower rate in your
> packet filter, things work fine, just slower.
> People obviously can't shove a 320kbps audio file
> over 256kbps link and expect to hear it in lossless
> realtime 1x speed direct off the wire, have to save it first.
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