Need Help Setting Up Tor Bridges for Getting Around Internet Restrictions

Hey Everyone,

I hope you are all doing well. I am here because I am having trouble accessing the Tor network due to some restrictions imposed by my ISP or government. I have heard about Tor bridges and how they can help bypass these restrictions, but I am not; sure how to set them up properl;y.

Could you help me with these questions?

*How do I choose and set up Tor bridges effectively to get around these restrictions?
*Should I consider anything specific like the location or type of bridges for better performance?
*How can I make sure the bridges I use are safe and reliable?
*Are there any tools or tips for troubleshooting connection problems with bridges?

If anyone has experience with setting up Tor bridges in similar situations;, Iā€™d love to hear your thoughts and advice. Getting a handle on this would help me and others facing similar issues.
I have followed this- https://forum.torproject.org/t/difficulty-accessing-tor-devops-tutorial-network-connection-timed-out-error/12044

Thanks a bunch for your help!
Cheers,
Mark Smith

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Hello @marksmithh, if Tor is blocked in your location, trying a bridge may help. Connection Assist can choose one for you using your location. Connection Assist will automatically selects the circumvention settings for your region.

If you continue to experience issues, please share your Tor logs and Tor Browser version so we can assist you further.

For more information about bridges and circumvention:

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thanks for the information! :slightly_smiling_face:

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