Bridge replacement question

On Debian based systems, you need to install the package tor-geoipdb and it will generate bridge stats every day in that directory. You do not need to edit your torrc to have these stats.

On FreeBSD, if you installed tor using pkg, I believe you may have ‘tor-geoipdb’ too:

# pkg info -l tor
tor-0.4.8.10_1:
        /usr/local/bin/tor
        /usr/local/bin/tor-gencert
        /usr/local/bin/tor-print-ed-signing-cert
        /usr/local/bin/tor-resolve
        /usr/local/bin/torify
        /usr/local/etc/rc.d/tor
        /usr/local/etc/tor/torrc.sample
        /usr/local/share/doc/tor/tor-gencert.html
        /usr/local/share/doc/tor/tor-print-ed-signing-cert.html
        /usr/local/share/doc/tor/tor-resolve.html
        /usr/local/share/doc/tor/tor.html
        /usr/local/share/doc/tor/torify.html
        /usr/local/share/licenses/tor-0.4.8.10_1/BSD3CLAUSE
        /usr/local/share/licenses/tor-0.4.8.10_1/LICENSE
        /usr/local/share/licenses/tor-0.4.8.10_1/catalog.mk
        /usr/local/share/man/man1/tor-gencert.1.gz
        /usr/local/share/man/man1/tor-print-ed-signing-cert.1.gz
        /usr/local/share/man/man1/tor-resolve.1.gz
        /usr/local/share/man/man1/tor.1.gz
        /usr/local/share/man/man1/torify.1.gz
        /usr/local/share/tor/geoip
        /usr/local/share/tor/geoip6

Yes, red means unreachable/blocked. Yellow means that the ping latency was high, but the IP is reachable.

You can find other public tests services here:

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