Is it EEP! (in response to the site's content), or end-to-end protocol, or something else entirely different?
While the original definition of eepsite has been lost with time, its use-case remains: an eepsite is a website or service that is hosted within (and only accessible by) the I2P network.
Alternate names include:
- Hidden Service
- because the site/service is hidden within the I2P network and can only be visited within the network
- Garlic Site
- because the website utilizes I2P's Garlic Routing technology as a means of communicating with a client
- because the service is hosted as a website and not any other type of service
- Garlic Service
- because the service utilizes I2P's Garlic Routing technology as a means of communicating with a client
- because the service is specific to services like IRC, email, or a Monero peer (but may also include websites)
To learn how to setup an Eepsite (Hidden Service, Garlic Site, Garlic Service) visit the Kovri user-guide.