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I have RPI3 with Raspbian 9 stretch in it, I have an external wlan and I want to connect My home wifi with wlan1 then make hotspot with wlan0 and use tor as my network service, I used to set up with hostapd and dnsmasq but after I see this tutorial, I want do this with systemd-networkd without installing any other package,

I did step 1 to 3 of this tutorial and connected my home wifi with wlan1

now what?:D

  • @ingo I didnt know how to contact you :D – Saeb Molaee Dec 20 '18 at 17:53
  • I'm here. I will look, but seems not to be the easiest and I do not have installed tor before. – Ingo Dec 20 '18 at 19:21
  • Does external wlan means that it is your home wifi with an internet router making the external wlan? The RPi 3B has built-in eth0 and wlan0. You want to use an additional wlan1. This can only be done with an additional USB wifi dongle. Do you have one? With wlan0 you will spawn an access point and with wlan1 you will connect to your internet router and eth0 isn't used. You will setup tor listening on wlan0. What shall tor do on the RasPi? Bonding is mainly used for failover and use redundant lines. What two lines should be bonded to what destination? – Ingo Dec 20 '18 at 19:56
  • Instead of using an USB wifi dongle for wlan1 you can also use a WiFi repeater but this is no longer bonding. Look at Access point as WiFi repeater, optional with bridge. So what do you need? – Ingo Dec 20 '18 at 20:11
  • @ingo yes I have and It works with hostapd and dnsmasq dhcpcd : bit.ly/2QKiAj0 torrc bit.ly/2QF1FhA dnsmasq bit.ly/2QIWqxl in my country half of sites are closed by government and half by world. I need tor to access social networks – Saeb Molaee Dec 20 '18 at 20:16
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As far as I understand you have an additional USB wifi dongle for wlan1 and uses it to connect to your home wifi from the internet router.

Then you use the built-in wifi device with interface wlan0 to spawn an access point. On this interface is a tor router installed that routes trafic to the Tor network.

With this setup there is no way to use bonding because lack of a second line for one connection to failover.

You can follow this answer to setup the client connection and the access point without installing additional software: RPI3 Raspbian Stretch regular connection on wlan0 AP on wlan1. You only have to swap the interfaces.

If you have this running then it should not be difficult to install the tor router as you have already done. For doing it with systemd-networkd you can look at How to make Raspberry Pi a Tor router with all kind of network setup using systemd-networkd.

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  • I want share use wlan0 as hotspot, but i want share my tor network on it, i want make tor router – Saeb Molaee Dec 21 '18 at 5:24
  • @SaebMolaee Sorry for confusing. I have changed the wording in my answer. You said you have already installed a tor router with dhcpcd, hostapd and dnsmasq. Just setup it the same way. I don't see a difference in the underlaying network configuration. There is a wlan0 interface that's traffic can be routed to the Tor network. But I will test it. Just a moment please. – Ingo Dec 21 '18 at 13:44
  • @SaebMolaee I have updated the answer with a link to a tor router setup. – Ingo Dec 26 '18 at 23:13

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