Clarify removing MAPADDRESS entries
Hi, our MAPADDRESS spec seem to have a very minor issue with its example...
If the original address and the destination address are the same, the server removes any mapping in place for the original address.
C: MAPADDRESS 0.0.0.0=torproject.org 22.214.171.124=tor.freehaven.net S: 250-127.192.10.10=torproject.org S: 250 126.96.36.199=tor.freehaven.net
I'm unsure why this presents 'MAPADDRESS 0.0.0.0=hostname'. I tried that and it doesn't remove the entry. However, 'MAPADDRESS address=address' does...
atagar@morrigan:~/Desktop/stem$ telnet localhost 9051 Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. AUTHENTICATE 250 OK MAPADDRESS 188.8.131.52=torproject.org 250 184.108.40.206=torproject.org GETINFO address-mappings/control 250-address-mappings/control=220.127.116.11 torproject.org NEVER 250 OK MAPADDRESS 18.104.22.168=22.214.171.124 250 126.96.36.199=188.8.131.52 GETINFO address-mappings/control 250-address-mappings/control= 250 OK QUIT 250 closing connection Connection closed by foreign host.
I would using the above to exemplify entry removal instead.