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How to make Tor work for you
The Tor network relies on volunteers to donate bandwidth. The current Tor network is quite small compared to the number of people who need to use Tor, which means we need more dedicated volunteers like you to run relays.

Tor is designed for your own personal freedom. By relaying Tor, you are not only contributing to better privacy and security, but most importantly, you are contributing to your own privacy and security. Relaying is very easy and requires very little skill, and anyone on this forum can do it. If you are reading this forum, you have the skills to run a Tor relay.

By running a Tor relay you can help make the Tor network:
faster (and therefore more usable)
more robust against attacks
more stable in case of outages
safer for its users (spying on more relays is harder than on a few)

Types of relays

Guard and middle relays (also known as non-exit relays)
Requires minimal maintenance effort
Bandwidth usage can be highly customized in the tor configuration
Exit relay
Greatest legal exposure and liability
Most complaints can be handled pretty easily
Bridge (lowest risk, big impact on users)
Great option if you can only run a Tor node from your home network
Easy, low-risk and low bandwidth to operate
Useful for Tor users under oppressive regimes or for people who want an extra layer of security
Understanding the different kinds of nodes is the first step to learning which one is right for you (to host).

The minimum requirements
10 Mbit/s (Mbps)
Every relay needs a public IPv4 address - either directly on the host (preferred) or via NAT and port forwarding
A <40 Mbit/s non-exit relay should have at least 512 MB of RAM available, 1 GB if >40 Mbit/s
A typical Tor relay needs less than 200 MB for Tor related data (in addition to the operating system itself)
Any modern CPU should be fine
Updated Tor
If you have a metered plan you might want to configure tor to only use a given amount of bandwidth or monthly traffic.

Running a Tor relay is easy and greatly improves Tor. The more users running a Tor relay, the better the Tor network will be for everyone, especially you.
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