Aleksazhko

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  1. i guess yess, but you need to find out opened ports, use vpn to your home, for example. Only using nat through your own vpn will help. University has blocked torrent traffic.
  2. One more detail. Make sure if UPnP features are turned ON in routers on both sides. That might be a reason
  3. sorry, btsync.info Also works for me
  4. everything work for me. And i tried to get debug logs which look this way: [2013-08-06 11:20:55] Sending broadcast ping for share D338488D619BBBFDFA878B36E43D5521DDD4EEB [2013-08-06 11:20:55] Requesting peers from server [2013-08-06 11:20:55] Got list of 2 peers from 54.225.100.8:3000 [2013-08-06 11:20:55] Peer 0: 94.180.136.60:27077 00EF8E19CF0DBB04B08A383968A7B3D6776B1530 [2013-08-06 11:20:55] Peer 0: local IP 10.0.0.2:27077 [2013-08-06 11:20:56] Sending broadcast ping for share D338488D619BBBFDFA878B36E43D5521DDD4EEB [2013-08-06 11:20:56] Send ping to peer (00EF8E19CF0DBB04B08A383968A7B3D6776B1530) for share D338488D619BBBFDFA878B36E43D5521DDD4EEB: [2013-08-06 11:20:56] ping 94.180.136.60:27077 directly [2013-08-06 11:20:56] ping 10.0.0.2:27077 peer local address [2013-08-06 11:20:57] Sending broadcast ping for share D338488D619BBBFDFA878B36E43D5521DDD4EEB [2013-08-06 11:20:57] Send ping to peer (00EF8E19CF0DBB04B08A383968A7B3D6776B1530) for share D338488D619BBBFDFA878B36E43D5521DDD4EEB: [2013-08-06 11:20:57] ping 94.180.136.60:27077 directly [2013-08-06 11:20:57] ping 10.0.0.2:27077 peer local address i think some your ports are closed
  5. could you show us a little bit more of log? Or there is nothing else?
  6. any additional info can be found at page 9 of http://btsync.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/BitTorrentSyncUserGuide.pdf
  7. “folder_rescan_interval”: 86400 without first space symbol. Just add this string in your btsync.conf file Did you restart the daemon? Its very important.
  8. Just checked mine. Common configuratin saved in /home/user/.sync btsync.conf located in /root/ directory in my case (debian) so, see your user dir
  9. Any error messages in SyncApp? Possibly, bit torrent traffic is closed on your firewall. Try to download some folders with any shared keys from the Internet. For example, use bsync.info site just to check both's ability to download.
  10. Does your server have direct connection to the Internet? (maybe you have a router and didnt set port forwarding) Did you set login&pass in the config file or via webgui? Firewall rules? From any to destination port 8887? Right? Please, do a screenshot of your 'refused' error.
  11. see your sync.conf, there is string with btsync configs location.