Configuring Tor non-exit relay

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I'm for privacy. I'm for cryptography. I do provide Tor relays for the good of all people. Here's how to configure a classic non-exit Tor relay on your machine. In my case I got it running on the VPS server, with 2 IP addresses and some bandwidth quota applied. I wanted the Tor traffic to be easily recognizable from outside as different from the 'normal' traffic coming from my server. Second requirement was to make Tor not use my whole traffic quota up. Here's my config, with some notes

cyryl@serv:~$ cat /etc/tor/torrc
SocksPort 0 # what port to open for local application connections
SocksListenAddress 127.0.0.1 # accept connections only from localhost
RunAsDaemon 1

DataDirectory /var/lib/tor

ORPort 9001 #switches Tor to server mode
ORListenAddress tor.cyplo.net
OutboundBindAddress 91.213.195.28 #what IP address use to direct the outbound traffic
Nickname cyplonet
Address tor.cyplo.net
ExitPolicy reject *:* # no exits allowed
AccountingStart day 09:00
AccountingMax 2 GB

MyFamily cyplonethome, cyplonet
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