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A SIP003 plugin based on v2ray
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Yet another SIP003 plugin for shadowsocks, based on v2ray

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Usage

See command line args for advanced usages.

Shadowsocks over websocket (HTTP)

On your server

ss-server -c config.json -p 80 --plugin v2ray-plugin --plugin-opts "server"

On your client

ss-local -c config.json -p 80 --plugin v2ray-plugin

Shadowsocks over websocket (HTTPS)

On your server

ss-server -c config.json -p 443 --plugin v2ray-plugin --plugin-opts "server;tls;host=mydomain.me"

On your client

ss-local -c config.json -p 443 --plugin v2ray-plugin --plugin-opts "tls;host=mydomain.me"

Shadowsocks over quic

On your server

ss-server -c config.json -p 443 --plugin v2ray-plugin --plugin-opts "server;mode=quic;host=mydomain.me"

On your client

ss-local -c config.json -p 443 --plugin v2ray-plugin --plugin-opts "mode=quic;host=mydomain.me"

Issue a cert for TLS and QUIC

v2ray-plugin will look for TLS certificates signed by acme.sh by default. Here's some sample commands for issuing a certificate using CloudFlare. You can find commands for issuing certificates for other DNS providers at acme.sh.

curl https://get.acme.sh | sh
~/.acme.sh/acme.sh --issue --dns dns_cf -d mydomain.me

Alternatively, you can specify path to your certificates using option cert and key.

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