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  1. In the config file it is possible to specify the port btsync listens on. It is also possible to specify the IP and port for the web UI. However, I have failed to find a way to specify which IP btsync listens on. So when running v2.0.120 on linux, if multiple IP addresses are available, how do I configure btsync to use one IP instead of the another? Thanks.
  2. Does btsync automatically choose between syncing over a local network vs syncing over the internet? I have a laptop that, when on my lan, I want it to sync locally only (to conserve bandwidth), but of course it would have to sync over the internet when I'm outside of the house Will the btsync clients automatically switch over to local syncing when it detects that I'm at home and on my own network? I know theres an option to only sync locally, but wondering if this process it automated if you leave both local and public options on Secondly, is there a way for me to check/confirm whether a current sync job is happening over the local network as opposed to over the internet? Bandwidth conservation is extremely important because I'm thinking of switching over to owncloud on my NAS (to replace dropbox), but using btsync to do the actual file syncing. I would hate to have to sync that much stuff over the internet all the time and suck up so much bandwidth
  3. 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
  4. Hello! I've been using BTSync for a few months already, and enjoying it a lot. It's a fantastic combination of technologies that is very useful for me. Today, in one of my two computers, this showed up: So that's two devices connected (the one in red is an identified, close to me one) but this IP is unknown for me. Can somebody help me? Shall i be worried or something?