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By Doemela avatar | August 2, 2016 - 11:22 pm
Tor Load balancing and redundancy

CyberGuerrilla Anonymous Nexus #CgAn uses the OnionBalance software that allows for Tor hidden service requests to be distributed across multiple backend Tor instances. It provides load-balancing while also making onion services more resilient and reliable by eliminating single points-of-failure.

#CgAn Tor Load balancing and redundancy URI 6cd7qka6fo6aps2e.onion

So when you want to connect to one of our IRC webchat type 6cd7qka6fo6aps2e.onion into your browser. When you want to connect to our IRC with a IRC client:

  • Default command for connecting on XChat: /server -ssl 6cd7qka6fo6aps2e.onion/6697
  • Default command for connecting on mIRC: /server -m 6cd7qka6fo6aps2e.onion +6697
  • Notice: Tor uses two different ports: 9050 and 9150 . If you will not be able to connect with 9050, you can try with 9150

See how to configuring your client and connecting over Tor

These services are still under development, and may be unreliable at times. If you want to help test them, please give them a try. @Doemela

The Cyberguerrilla service takes a lot of time and money to keep running, and is funded entirely by small donations from its users. Please do your part and contribute today.



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