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  1. I works behind proxy that allow connect only to 80 (http) and 443 (https) ports. I see that https://config.resilio.com/sync.conf does not contain any tracker or relay with http (80) or https (443) ports. How can I connect to my shares at work with such proxy?
  2. I'm having an issue where the Sync is repeatedly dropping its connection, displaying "No network connection" every few mins. Currently, I'm trying to sync a load of files to a new machine (approx 2.5TB), with a one of the machines it's syncing with being on the same network. I'm seeing speeds shoot up to 100MB/s+ and then fall down to nothing, then back up and back down again. Then I'll check back intermittently and it'll be showing "No network connection". Restarting the machine fixes the issue, or after leaving it for a while (maybe 5-10 mins) it seems to resume syncing. The machin
  3. System A (Synology NAS) w/ btsync 1.3.109. Share 'Repository' has settings relay server, tracker, LAN, not DHT. System B (x64 Linux) w/ btsync 1.4.83. Share 'Repository' has settings relay server, tracker, LAN, not DHT. The shares are connected and synched. Only these two systems are involved. On system B, I change the settings to LAN only. After a while both systems report that there are no peers to connect to. Restarting btsync on system B will re-establish the connection. I guess a restart on system A would have helped as well. I think btsync should re-establish the connection after
  4. Hello... Using Little Snitch on the Mac, I'm finding BitTorrent Sync is trying to connect regularly to unknown/unfamiliar IP addresses. Why would this be? Here are some of the IP addresses: port 43611 of 162.253.128.167 port 43611 of 184.75.214.58 port 43611 of 216.15.114.189 port 43611 of 162.253.130.114 All are UDP ports. Is this something to be concerned about? Can anybody help? Thanks! -Eric
  5. My setup is as follows: A PC, an iPad, and an Android phone. I previously managed to sync a folder on my PC to both mobile devices, and I was very happy. But now I get an error when updating a file in the PC: "All connected devices went offline" In the "Devices" tab on the PC it says: "No connected devices" On the iPad and on the Android phone, both says that 1 device is online. But on both mobile devices, an old version of the synced file is present. I tried to remove the synced folder from my iPad, and then to connect to my PC by scanning the QR code. The iPad obviously recognize