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  1. I works behind proxy that allow connect only to 80 (http) and 443 (https) ports. I see that 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. Hi everyone, I have been using Resilio Sync for quite some time now and everything worked just fine until last week when I saw there was no syncing, no peer connection. Maybe a Windows 10 Pro update caused it, maybe the router, maybe the NAS, maybe the antivirus-firewall, I don't know, not yet anyway. I am using R Sync on an Asustor NAS (apk v2.4.4.) and on several computers (v2.5.10, now updated to 2.5.12). I only have local syncing so I have so far stayed away from relay and tracker servers. However, and this is where I definitely made a mistake, last week, becoming increasingly frustrated with all of this, in order to solve the problems, I downloaded a sample/default sync.conf and double-clicked it. It has not made things any better :-). The two pictures show (1) the NAS RSync setting where (in Dutch) it says that connection settings have been overwritten by config. Port is 5556 and on another tab yet another port. The second picture (2) shows a setting on one of my computers (listening port is 8888). FYI: I have ssh-ed into the NAS and I can only find json files referring to config and yes, also includes a port setting. On the computer more or less the same things. I haven't got a clue whether all those ports should be the same and where to start. Also, I should mention that, when ticking the tracker server, syncing does work. The thing is that everyting for me is local so I would like to stay on the LAN. So, let me get to my question, and I would appreciate your help a lot!: Without reinstalling Resilio Sync on NAS and computers, can I go back from the current situation, delete/change the settings that this default sync.conf has changed? If yes, how? If no, what can I do to fix this problem? If you need any additional information, just let me know. Thanks in advance for your help! Regards Hans
  3. Hi, it could be nice to divide this page into multiple use case. for example the most normal usecase which would be the configuration of direct connection and then the usecase where even the in-> out traffic are limited. Because in your whole list, we don't know if this is the app who is calling for example port 4000 and 3000 which would implicated that we don't need to put a firewall in the router in place because it would be under the rule "allowed and established connection" which is by default on all routers activated or should be anyway by default on every router. Or should we open all the ports that you using from out-> in because trackers servers and relay server need to make NEW connections to your app? thanks in advance
  4. I installed Resilio in two computers that are behind firewalls that don't have UPNP and the sincronitzation is working fine. Why should I need to open ports? Are transfers faster this opening them? Just curious since I haven't found this in the docs. thanks!
  5. To work in company environments there is no solution implemented to work without ports. Because in the most of companys only the ports 80 and 443 are open, as visitor there is no possibility to connect to the own BTsync network, also not over Relay servers.
  6. My case: Home PC > WiFi router (NAT) > Internet < Windows ISA (NAT) < Work PC Wich ports should be openned on both NATs?
  7. Hello, is it really necessary to have a static port number? If not please change it to a random one like in utorrent. This should make it harder to be blocked by local firewalls (ie. chinese GFW). As a little extra this port can change every x minutes and switch between udp and tcp. or misuse common ports like 21, 25, 80, ... I am using torrent sync to backing up domains from a linux server. The program has a --dump-sample-config parameter. But it would be extremly nice to convert these binary config data that only can be changed via the web ui to a text like for reusing it on other maschines. btsync --dump-current-config and you have all keys and directorys and all the other preferences in a nice clean config.conf Michael
  8. I manage a dedicated server (ubuntu lts), standing in an computing center, with several btsync shares running (without problems). The listening port is 28174, but netstat tells me that there are some other ports opened by btsync... can someone explain me for what there are needed, and maybe how i can close them if I don't need the corresponding feature? netstat -npl |grep btsynctcp 0 0* LISTEN 7003/btsync-daemonudp 0 0 X.X.X.X:5351* 7003/btsync-daemonudp 0 0* 7003/btsync-daemonudp 0 0* 7003/btsync-daemonraw 0 0* 7 7003/btsync-daemonThe port 5351 is opened only a few seconds after restarting the daemon...? All my shares have search_lan and use_dht disabled, and all except one have use_relay_server and use_tracker disabled also.
  9. Hi, I've recently come across bit torrent sync and I am really excited. I've been using dropbox but have outgrown it now with almost 1 TB of storage and other cloud synchronisation services are really expensive. I have installed it on my desktop PC and on Windows 2012 server and its working absolutely fine. I also have another server which is used to broadcast online radio which is a very powerful and secure server with a raid hard drive for backup and so I want to install it onto this Linux platform. I'm not the most knowledgeable person when it comes to Linux but with the GUI interface I think I will be okay. My problem is that the server that I want to put it on is a dedicated server which as I said I used to stream Internet radio and it is installed with Debian and our streaming software which is Centovacast. The storage space which is massive is pretty redundant so it makes an ideal place to keep data securely. The software that is currently on the system has its own GUI interface which is accessed by IP: 2199. It also streams out a number of radio stations which currently range from ports 8000 through two 8050 although we add new streams regularly and that software is configured to allocate an IP address between ports 8000 and 10,000. The manufacturers of the other software have said that I can install anything else on to the server providing it doesn't interfere in any way with the ports that their software uses. I'm a little bit concerned because I've seen that the GUI interface is accessed via IP: 8888. Clearly, with this software using ports 8000 to 10,000 I'm worried of any conflict here. On my PC version it using a port in the 6000 range for listening. What I do not want to do – and cannot afford to do is install any software that could potentially knock off-line our radio stations! Does anybody know exactly the range of ports that this software uses and if, during the installation process this GUI ports of 8888 can be predetermined to something else – maybe 6000 or somewhere well away from the software I'm currently using? As I said, the current software has its GUI interface access to port 2199 and then each of the channels for that we stream out on goes out between 8000 and 10,000. If anyone can give me some advice on this I would be most grateful. I am really excited about finally making some use of this expensive yet redundant storage space that I own and finally being able to do away with services such as A Drive and an FTP server both of which I am paying a monthly subscription for! Thank you in advance for your help :-) All the best Mike
  10. Hi. everyone, I've been using BTSync on several devices for a week and never had any problems — everything works fine. The only problem appears when I try to use BTSync on my work — it does not start syncing and can't show any connected devices. Assuming the fact we have all the ports closed, except especially opened, I support the problem is in ports. So, the question is: what ports TCP/UDP should be opened for BTSync to work? Thanks in advance.