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Create channel with external tor client

by Bob on 2024/05/10 12:30:07 PM    
The situation:

-Windows 10 PC running Tor Expert Bundle on IP 192.a.b.c
-Windows 10 PC running DarkMX 1.3x on IP 192.a.b.d

Everything is up and running without any issue, except for one.  Creating a new (chat) channel always returns "error: couldn't listen for connections: Connection refused (10061)". Is there anything I need to add to torcc ?

CookieAuthFile (MyPath)\Tor\control_auth_cookie
CookieAuthentication 1
CookieAuthFileGroupReadable 1
ControlPort (a port)
SOCKSPort 192.a.b.c:(another port)
SafeSocks 1
SOCKSPolicy accept 192.a.b.0/16
SOCKSPolicy accept6 FC00::/7
SOCKSPolicy reject *

by Guest on 2024/05/18 06:39:04 AM    
with external client can you connect to other channels?
with external client can you download/upload to others?
can you make a channel if you use the build in TOR client?
by Bob on 2024/05/18 03:44:16 PM    
1. No problem
2. No problem
3. Too complicated because of local network layout. Also, no matter the outcome, it won't solve the issue with external client.
by Bob on 2024/05/19 04:35:45 PM    
No change with v1.37, which is as expected since the changes were elsewhere in the code.
by Guest on 2024/05/20 11:45:56 AM    
Connection refused is probably returned when it tries to TCP connect to the control port on the Tor machine.

1 - Can other users download files from you?  I suspect not.
2 - Go into Help > Diagnostics > System Log.  Any interesting lines in there?
3 - In the administrator command prompt on the machine running Tor, type netstat -ab and verify the control port is active.
4 - From the DarkMX machine, can you telnet to the _control_ port on the Tor machine?

#4 is the real test.  I don't think that control port is reachable, for whatever reason.
by Bob on 2024/05/20 03:43:38 PM    
1. No idea.
2. No clues in there.
3. Port is active.
4. Can not telnet to control port (PuTTY returns a "connection refused")

I have no idea why I can't reach the port (even without an active firewall).  Logs show nothing unusual.  Searches for info about special config requirements in torcc when used with DarkMX also return nothing.




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