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I2P Reseed Server
Credits: work based on https://github.com/MDrollette/i2p-tools/. Please see the README there to understand the roots of this project.
Source Code: https://codeberg.org/diva.exchange/i2p-reseed
Changes & Important Notes
This version of the I2P Reseed Server does neither implement any (bandwidth) throttling nor any user agent checks. This makes the server slightly lighter (the dependency to "github.com/throttled/throttled" has been removed). In general, at diva.exchange, we would like to have a minimum of dependencies. But that's just our view.
As a consequence, the network infrastructure must protect this I2P Reseed Server from abuse (like DoS). A reverse proxy (like nginx), a load balancer and a suitable firewall infrastructure is therefore a necessity.
Target user group: advanced users.
We recommended to run this I2P reseed server as a docker container. Pull it as:
docker pull divax/i2p-reseed
A persistent docker volume is recommended. This is needed to store the keys (private and public). Therefore:
docker volume create i2preseed
To start the container it is required to pass your signer ID to the container. This is done via an environment variable (-e).
Either the signer ID is already available within the persistent container volume, or it gets created.
docker run -e "SIGNERfirstname.lastname@example.org" -d -p 8443:8443 --mount type=volume,src=i2preseed,dst=/home/i2preseed/ --name i2preseed divax/i2p-reseed:latest
Building from Source
Fetch the source code from codeberg, https://codeberg.org/diva.exchange/i2p-reseed, using git or just download it. Example:
cd /tmp/ && git clone https://codeberg.org/diva.exchange/i2p-reseed
Building the Docker Image
Navigate to the i2p-reseed project folder (like
./bin/build.sh. This will build i2p-tools (Go program) within the Alpine Linux docker container.
Building the Go Program i2p-tools on Your Host
Make sure you have "go" installed (like
apt-get install go). Navigate to the project home (where you have downloaded the code of i2p-reseed from codeberg, like
Set the GOPATH, which is the project root,
then navigate to
and all done. The binary is now available as
Contact the Developers
Talk to us via Telegram https://t.me/diva_exchange_chat_de (English or German).
Addendum - Public key of reseed.diva.exchange
The public key of the diva.exchange reseed server is located within