Socks Proxy and Ethereum clients

dagidedagide Sardinia, ItalyPosts: 15Member
Is there a way to run alethzero/eth through a socks proxy or without publicIP/port mapping?

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  • GeorgeHallamGeorgeHallam Posts: 229Member, Administrator, Moderator admin
    edited May 2015
    It should work without, but try running them with --upnp off.

    Maybe --public-ip

    Hope that helps!
  • dagidedagide Sardinia, ItalyPosts: 15Member
    It doesn't work; I'm not able to show the port used by ethereum visibile from outside, then all peers reject my connection :S (I think)
    Even bitcoin-core can't sync without a socks proxy in this network...
  • subtlysubtly Posts: 7Member
    Are you unable to make outbound connections?

    We'll add a way to specify publicly advertised port and will look into support for socks5. Feel free to open an issue on github and I'll reply there when the code is in. Not sure how soon socks5 support would go in.
  • dagidedagide Sardinia, ItalyPosts: 15Member
    Nope..
    inbound allowed ports: none
    outbound allowed ports: 80, 8080, 443

    Ok, I'm going to open a github ticket; I would code this feature by myself but I've no much time at the moment. Thank you for the hint
  • luffyluffy Posts: 8Member
    any news about socks5 support in ethminer?
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