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- Thu Feb 21, 2019 10:30 pm
- Forum: Windows OS
- Topic: PIA and Deluge - what are the best settings?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 877
enable_incoming_tcp and enable_outgoing_tcp are enabled by default in libtorrent/deluge, so no need for setting these. Some VPN users have issues with uTP, so if having low speeds, then it can often help using ltconfig to disable both enable_incoming_utp and enable_outgoing_utp. Even if not having i...
Just wanted to add that port forwarding on router should not fix this, as nothing should get through the tunnel setup between you and the socks5 proxy, well, at least if doing it correctly and using ltconfig plugin and enabling force_proxy and anonymous_mode. Also, contacting tracker unproxied is th...
You're welcome. Yes, no need to forward port 4433. Yes, with socks5, then all traffic flows between the setup tunnel, and everything is done through the proxy server and tunneled back to you through the socket.
It's your choice, but I'd certainly enable DHT and also PEX, as is helpful in public torrents, and note many guides online are written by people having no business given advice on the subject as not understanding the subject indepth enough. For instance, don't use forced encryption unless having ban...
Sorry I don't know the answer to your connection issues, but about your usage of a socks5 proxy or VPN, then you shouldn't forward any ports for that. Just leave the deluge settings regarding this as per default, unless having specific reason for choosing otherwise.
Hmm, little strange instructions honestly. Sorry :) You install ltconfig like any other deluge plugin i.e. download the egg file and place into ~/.config/deluge/plugins and enable the plugin from any of the UIs or directly in core.conf. When you download the source-code and build it with python setu...
You should not forward your socks5 port i.e. 1080 in your router, you have no incoming connections on socks5 for torrenting, but can still upload through outgoing connections. Instead you need ltconfig plugin and enable force_proxy and anonymous_mode, or use deluge 2.0 where you can enable these two...
- Fri Dec 21, 2018 9:05 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Deluge Encryption Setting confusion?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 512
Shamael is correct, you cannot rely on client-encryption for avoiding getting caught downloading. Your IP is advertised together with torrent-id to tracker/dht and shared with all others downloading or just interested(scrapers). Copyright agencies screenshot this as evidence and sends to your ISP wh...
If only having anonymous_mode and not force_proxy in the list, then don't worry as it means you either run older or very new RC libtorrent, and for both occasions enabling anonymous_mode is the answer and perfectly fine as "force_proxy behaviour" is already included.