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Lisbon (Portugal) exitnode cluster | anchor node = tagus.cryptostorm.net

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Lisbon (Portugal) exitnode cluster | anchor node = tagus.cryptostorm.net

Postby Pattern_Juggled » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:28 pm

After more than a little scuttling about & frustration on everyone's part, we've now in place a solid anchor node for our exitnode cluster in Lisbon, Portugal. We've retained the name 'tagus' for this node despite it being against our general network administration policy to do so because, well... call it reverse superstition.

The machine entered production last nite, and after a fairly intense week on many fronts, it appears nobody on the team actually notified the membership of this auspicious turn of events. Widget-based members, of course, will simply see Lisbon show up on the selection list - and these new resources have already entered the 'dynamic' and 'smoothed' production balancer pools via HAF entries with the respective TLD registrars... but for everyone else, not so good. Apologies for that.

So without further ado, we bring you... Lisbon.

    windows-lisbon.cryptostorm.net/.org/.nu/cstorm.pw
    linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.net/.org/.nu/cstorm.pw

cstorm_linux_lisbon_1-4.conf
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Re: Lisbon (Portugal) exitnode cluster | anchor node = tagus.cryptostorm.net

Postby Tealc » Sun Jan 25, 2015 11:54 pm

So far so good... let's see how it will handle traffic from now on :-)

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Re: Lisbon (Portugal) exitnode cluster | anchor node = tagus.cryptostorm.net

Postby Blawpaw » Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:45 am

Thanx!

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Re: Lisbon (Portugal) exitnode cluster | anchor node = tagus.cryptostorm.net

Postby privangle » Thu Jan 29, 2015 3:50 pm

Thank you !

Only one remark: the pw-domain seems not working.

user@linux-xw:~> host linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.net
linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.net has address 109.71.42.163

user@linux-xw:~> host linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.org
linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.org has address 109.71.42.163

user@linux-xw:~> host linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.nu
linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.nu has address 109.71.42.163

user@linux-xw:~> host linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.pw
Host linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.pw not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)

user@linux-xw:~>


I out-commented it in the conf file

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# ~.pw does not work for the moment
# <connection> 
# remote linux-lisbon.cstorm.pw 443 udp
# </connection>

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Re: Lisbon (Portugal) exitnode cluster | anchor node = tagus.cryptostorm.net

Postby parityboy » Sat Jan 31, 2015 6:41 am

@OP

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Non-authoritative answer:
linux-lisbon.cryptostorm.net.org        canonical name = pewtrusts.org.
Name:        pewtrusts.org
Address: 204.74.99.100


Did a quick double-click-select->copy on the Linux instance and picked up the above entry by accident. Ran nslookup before I realised my mistake and got the above result. That address shouldn't actually resolve to anything, so there's obviously some DNS oddness going on.


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