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shadowsocks

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A fast tunnel proxy that helps you bypass firewalls.

Features:

  • TCP & UDP support
  • User management API
  • TCP Fast Open
  • Workers and graceful restart
  • Destination IP blacklist

Server

Install

Debian / Ubuntu:

apt-get install python-pip
pip install git+https://github.com/shadowsocks/shadowsocks.git@master

CentOS:

yum install python-setuptools && easy_install pip
pip install git+https://github.com/shadowsocks/shadowsocks.git@master

For CentOS 7, if you need AEAD ciphers, you need install libsodium

dnf install libsodium python34-pip
pip3 install  git+https://github.com/shadowsocks/shadowsocks.git@master

Linux distributions with snap:

snap install shadowsocks

Windows:

See Install Shadowsocks Server on Windows.

Usage

ssserver -p 443 -k password -m aes-256-cfb

To run in the background:

sudo ssserver -p 443 -k password -m aes-256-cfb --user nobody -d start

To stop:

sudo ssserver -d stop

To check the log:

sudo less /var/log/shadowsocks.log

Check all the options via -h. You can also use a [Configuration] file instead.

If you installed the snap package, you have to prefix the commands with shadowsocks., like this:

shadowsocks.ssserver -p 443 -k password -m aes-256-cfb

Usage with Config File

Create configuration file and run

To start:

ssserver -c /etc/shadowsocks.json

Documentation

You can find all the documentation in the Wiki.

License

Apache License

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