I want to have 5 DHTs, 4 for incubators and 1 for room temp and humidity.
I'm using an Arduino Nano for the sensors, Pi Ethernet gateway both using NRF24 radios.
I have Home Assistant up and running as the controller.
I started with the one DHT and have everything working, so the Arduino is fine, gateway is good, radios good and I can read them in HA.
I would recommend the IEEE S&P paper, “Trawling for Tor Hidden Services: Detection, Measurement, Deanonymization” which presents the same issues allowing the DHT to be trawled.
They also present some very serious attacks allowing an adversary to locate hidden services with practical resources.
Lookups are also accomplished in an obvious - yet very efficient - manner.
The bottom of the interface indicates either "DHT: waiting to log in" or "0 nodes".I have googled the problem and saw a lot about "opening ports".I followed the instructions on one site which had me create a static IP address and forward the u Torrent port within the Linksys router site.It is well worth checking out if you have an interest in Tor.Tor hidden services have got more media attention lately as a result of some notorious sites like the Silk Road marketplace, an online black market.Kademlia is a good example of a basic DHT, because unlike some competing algorithms, it's extremely simple.