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Feature: SOCKS proxy support for new connections #14

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@TrueBrain TrueBrain commented Jul 10, 2021

This is mostly needed to run on AWS, as the containers run in an
isolated subnet, and cannot talk to the Internet. They need a
SOCKS proxy to bounce the new connection.

We use the pproxy client (and server) to make this happen.

This is mostly needed to run on AWS, as the containers run in an
isolated subnet, and cannot talk to the Internet. They need a
SOCKS proxy to bounce the new connection.

We use the pproxy client (and server) to make this happen.
@TrueBrain TrueBrain merged commit dfd3e7e into OpenTTD:main Jul 10, 2021
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