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I am one of those with t-mobile for my cell provider and so per This getsync.com article i am unable to connect to my peers. I have been trying to make use of a socks5 server provided by privateinternetaccess.com however, when I enter the proxy information and login info into the iOS sync app's proxy section it appears to have no effect. After i return to the main folder page in the app I still am not connected to my peers. When i return to the proxy information screen on the app in advanced the proxy option is turned off and the proxy information is blank. I'm at a comple
Hi, It is my understanding that it should be possible to tunnel BTSYNC through ssh and bypass then any firewall configuration, but I haven't been able to find any guide AND I cannot make it work. What I do: - In my work computer configure putty to tunnel the (source) port 15000 to the IP of my home connection, where the destination is dynamic. - Configure my home router to forward the 22 connection towards my raspberry pi - Start putty and log into my raspberry pi ssh server - In my computer configure BTSYNC to use a socks (4 or 5) proxy pointing to localhost:15000 And that should work