This guide will help you set up an obfs4 bridge to help censored users connect to the Tor network. The requirements are:

  1. 24/7 Internet connectivity
  2. The ability to expose TCP ports to the Internet (make sure that NAT doesn't get in the way)

Note: If you're running a platform that is not listed on this page, you can compile obfs4 from source.

Debian / Ubuntu

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on Debian / Ubuntu

Fedora

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on Fedora

CentOS / RHEL / OpenSUSE

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on CentOS / RHEL / OpenSUSE

FreeBSD

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on FreeBSD

OpenBSD

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on OpenBSD

DragonflyBSD

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on DragonflyBSD

Docker

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge using a docker container

Post-install

How to find your bridge in Relay Search and connect manually

NetBSD

How to deploy an obfs4 bridge on NetBSD