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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 complete loss. Has anyone figured out a way to get this to work properly? Is proxy via cellular data on the sync app (in iOS) just not an option? The primary sync PC is running on raspbian and i can connect just fine to it when i'm on the wifi lan and when i'm on other people's wifi (those who don't restrict access to sync). Any ideas?
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 or I am wrong? It doesn't as BT doesn't find any peer. And if I configure Firefox to use this proxy server, I do have internet and my IP looks like my home IP, so I'd say putty is working as it is expected. Then, what is the problem? Thanks,
Is it possible to add an option to let all traffic be routed through a proxy server (Socks5 for instance). This way is it possible to route and mask all traffic through a tunnel when the network is bit-torrent unfriendly. (Hence, at work) I myself would like to use a SSH tunnel for this, but it can be anything. ( Using tsocks does not route the bit-torrent traffic though the tunnel weirdly enough http://tsocks.source...e.net/about.php )