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any proxy support #272

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x09 opened this Issue Oct 14, 2013 · 2 comments

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x09 commented Oct 14, 2013

hi,

http/https/socks proxy ?

p.s. ssh socks (ssh -D port ...) with tsocks not working for me..

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Hi X09,

Yes you are correct. At the moment the bitcoinj library MultiBit uses in turn uses a library (called netty) that is not very proxy friendly.

Mike Hearn (who leads the bitcoinj development) has been working on a 'nonetty' version that should hopefully enable this sort of functionality.

(It will probably go in the next version of MultiBit - MultiBit HD - rather than this codebase)

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jim618 commented Oct 14, 2013

Hi X09,

Yes you are correct. At the moment the bitcoinj library MultiBit uses in turn uses a library (called netty) that is not very proxy friendly.

Mike Hearn (who leads the bitcoinj development) has been working on a 'nonetty' version that should hopefully enable this sort of functionality.

(It will probably go in the next version of MultiBit - MultiBit HD - rather than this codebase)

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The SOCKS and Tor support will be in MultiBit HD rather than MultiBit Classic so closing this.

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gary-rowe commented Apr 11, 2014

The SOCKS and Tor support will be in MultiBit HD rather than MultiBit Classic so closing this.

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