[Support] binhex - DelugeVPN


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16 hours ago, strike said:

Do you have this many torrents seeding? Then that's probably your issue. Deluge does not handle many torrents well, you should try rtorrentvpn instead which are reported to handle many torrents much better. If your container is stored on a cache pool, this can also part of the issue. Try switching to a single cache drive instead or use an unassigned device to store this container. I've had this issue myself on a cache pool, when I went back to only a single cache drive the issue was solved.

yes i do have that many seeding so i will look in to r torrent. i have only 1 cache drive. do you know if rtorrentvpn supports PIA natively? 

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OK guys, multi remote endpoint support is now in for this image please pull down the new image (this change will be rolled out to all my vpn images shortly).   What this means is that the im

There has been an issue raised on GitHub related to tracker announce request IP leakage under certain circumstances, after careful review of iptables i have tightened up the rules to prevent this. A n

I wanted to summarize how I got Mullvad working with DelugeVPN as I had to piece together several "solutions" from different comments in this thread and there was some incorrect info; likely old.

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Hello,

 

Having an issue with Privoxy, as I just realized that connections are not routed through it.  Though, if I connect manually to the VPN to verify credentials, it works.  I had it set up with a custom OpenVPN and it seems to connect fine according to the log.  I can also download torrents but not sure if it is going through the VPN.  How do I verify if deluge is actually using the VPN?  And any suggestions to resolve problems with Privoxy?

 

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9 hours ago, arcane said:

How do I verify if deluge is actually using the VPN? 

 

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Q2. How can i verify that the Torrent client is using the VPN tunnel?

 

A2. You can verify this by loading a custom torrent that returns the IP address that is used to connect to the tracker, instructions on how to do this shown below:-

 

1. Go to website http://torguard.net/checkmytorrentipaddress.php

2. Click on the "Check my torrent IP" button to download the torrent

3. Open Deluge webui and add the torrent

4. Highlight the added torrent and go to the "Status" tab at the bottom left of the screen

5. The "Tracker Status" should return something like this:-

 

"checkmytorrentip.net: Error: Success, Your torrent client IP is: 10.156.1.1"

 

6. If the tunnel is correctly established then IP address should be different to the IP address from your ISP.

 

Regading privoxy there has been a couple users reporting the same. I don't remember the exact detalis, but I think it was something about deleting the privoxy.conf file or something. Use the "site" option in a google search an you should find it

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Can anyone say why AUTH failed?
edit: AirVPN seems to have some problems. Connection working again.
Auth failed simply means you failed to authenticate, setting the wrong username or password is normally the issue, or in your case it looks like an issue at the provider end, glad it's now sorted.

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Just recently my Deluge Web UI stopped working. It loads a page, but it is totally blank. I have made no configuration changes to my unRAID system since the last time it worked. I was assuming it was a hiccup with an update to the docker, but since there wasn't a replacement I figured I must be the only one experiencing the issue. I have restarted the image, I have reinstalled the docker, I have tried stopping all other dockers. None of these has changed the behavior. I don't see any warnings/errors in the log. I'm sort of at a loss at this point since it was working fine one day and not the next with no changes on my part except standard updates. Does anyone have any ideas of other things to try? What do you need from me to help find the issue?

 

Thanks

 

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The Daemon seems fine as I can access it with my desktop client. It is just the web UI, all other functions appear to be working.

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ISSUE IDENTIFIED: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter ER-X is causing the issue. 

 

UPDATE: When I remove ER-X and substitute a different router, traffic is fine. Unknown what is causing the issue at this time. (I had tried two ER-X with identical configuration)

 

 

I'm having a bizarre network issue and while it's related to this, I'm not sure what's causing it.

 

I have a 150/15 Mbps Down/Up internet link and when I run Speedtest from my cable provider it works just fine. (180/17 Mbps usually)

 

If I have *ANY* torrent running in DelugeVPN container my ping spikes to 120+ from 16, and performance from everything else on the network plummets and the speed goes to 5Mpbs down and 7Mbps up. I discovered that my Usenet downloads went from 11Mbps (throttled by choice) to 0.3 while torrents were running. My Usenet test is a direct Windows download from a different device on the network.

 

I've throttled the number of connections, tried changing speeds, even PIA locations. This drop starts with even one torrent, with speed limits normally set to 300K down and 30K up, Even tried like 10K / 5K. Watching the unRAID traffic and the container traffic and overhead in Netdata doesn't show any unusual spikes.

 

For those in the "Network know." Traffic goes through Cisco SG300-10 * 2, Ubiquiti ER-X router, the cable modem is in Bridge mode. 

 

This has been working for months, and when I first installed it I never saw any bottlenecks like this. I was rather impressed that it all worked together. I'd say this slowdown has been occurring for at least the last few weeks and I couldn't figure out why. Now I know the "what" but I have no idea why.

 

unRAID is running on an overkill dual Xeon box.

 

 

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8 hours ago, plantsandbinary said:

Can I get some help getting this to work with NordVPN? Has anyone else got it going? I'd search the thread but there doesn't seem to be the option on the forums here and there's 135 pages...

 

follow this procedure:-

 

https://lime-technology.com/topic/44108-support-binhex-general/?do=findComment&comment=435831

 

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I'm still struggling to get access to WebUI when DelugeVPN run at Network Interface Custom: br0. Bridge works fine, and everything else than WebUI seems to work fine also for br0. I can connect with desktop client and VPN/torrents seems to work fine.

 

The reason I want to do this is to run on same network interface as required by letsencrypt docker and make an reverse proxy.

 

I did read the complete FAQ, but did not manage to solve the issue. I have attached my supervisord.log file to this post.

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Are there any supported network configurations for the delugevpn container besides the default bridged mode within docker? I believe I am experiencing performance bottlenecks from bridged mode in my docker instance on a windows machine. 

 

Thanks,
Mike

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On 6/21/2018 at 2:20 PM, eb3k said:

Just recently my Deluge Web UI stopped working. It loads a page, but it is totally blank. I have made no configuration changes to my unRAID system since the last time it worked. I was assuming it was a hiccup with an update to the docker, but since there wasn't a replacement I figured I must be the only one experiencing the issue. I have restarted the image, I have reinstalled the docker, I have tried stopping all other dockers. None of these has changed the behavior. I don't see any warnings/errors in the log. I'm sort of at a loss at this point since it was working fine one day and not the next with no changes on my part except standard updates. Does anyone have any ideas of other things to try? What do you need from me to help find the issue?

 

Thanks

 

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The Daemon seems fine as I can access it with my desktop client. It is just the web UI, all other functions appear to be working.

So, I dug a little deeper and see that I did miss an error in my Deluge log. It seems unRAID isn't able to run /sbin/modprobe iptable_mangle and Deluge shows that I need to do it manually or I won't be able to see the WebUI. I have now done this manually. I restarted the Deluge docker and checked the log. The error is not there now, but the Web UI is still not loading.

 

So 2 questions: 1. How do I get unRAID to run the required command? and 2. Why is the WebUI still not loading?

 

Thanks in advance.

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On 6/21/2018 at 4:20 PM, eb3k said:

Just recently my Deluge Web UI stopped working. It loads a page, but it is totally blank. I have made no configuration changes to my unRAID system since the last time it worked. I was assuming it was a hiccup with an update to the docker, but since there wasn't a replacement I figured I must be the only one experiencing the issue. I have restarted the image, I have reinstalled the docker, I have tried stopping all other dockers. None of these has changed the behavior. I don't see any warnings/errors in the log. I'm sort of at a loss at this point since it was working fine one day and not the next with no changes on my part except standard updates. Does anyone have any ideas of other things to try? What do you need from me to help find the issue?

 

Thanks

 

*Edit*

 

The Daemon seems fine as I can access it with my desktop client. It is just the web UI, all other functions appear to be working.

 

I seem to be having this issue also. Container ran fine for months, then just quit working. I restarted, downloaded new config files from nord, and even deleted the whole container and started over. log shows it is pulling an ip from the vpn server and that webui is starting, but I still cannot reach the UI. When I shut off the vpn function in the config, the UI works fine.

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6 minutes ago, Biloxi_1 said:

 

I seem to be having this issue also. Container ran fine for months, then just quit working. I restarted, downloaded new config files from nord, and even deleted the whole container and started over. log shows it is pulling an ip from the vpn server and that webui is starting, but I still cannot reach the UI. When I shut off the vpn function in the config, the UI works fine.

Mine doesn't seem to be exactly the same. I Had not tried turning off the VPN but I just did and I still have no WebUI. No errors in my log and the VPN is definitely off. It's like the WebUI just totally died on my container. I can't for the life of me think what I might have changed. I keep coming up blank so I'm thinking an update or something. I can't blame a config on the VPN's side now that I tried turning that off... At least it is still working and I can use the local application to interact with it, I just can't on a device with no application installed.

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On 6/26/2018 at 10:18 PM, eb3k said:

So, I dug a little deeper and see that I did miss an error in my Deluge log. It seems unRAID isn't able to run /sbin/modprobe iptable_mangle and Deluge shows that I need to do it manually or I won't be able to see the WebUI. I have now done this manually. I restarted the Deluge docker and checked the log. The error is not there now, but the Web UI is still not loading.

 

So 2 questions: 1. How do I get unRAID to run the required command? and 2. Why is the WebUI still not loading?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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!. you add it to the 'go' file on your flash drive, this is executed on startup, i have an entry in the FAQ Q1:-

https://lime-technology.com/forums/topic/44108-support-binhex-general/?tab=comments#comment-433613

 

2. dunno, please follow this procedure:-

https://lime-technology.com/topic/44108-support-binhex-general/?do=findComment&comment=435831

 

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I can't reach the WebUI either, if I don't go via the proxy.

I've solved this for the browsers on my Windows 10 by using a "proxy.pac" file (look for "automatic configuration script" in browser proxy settings) with the following content:
 

function FindProxyForURL(url, host){
if(dnsDomainIs(host,"192.168.1.105")) return "PROXY 192.168.1.105:8118";
}

The "proxy.pac" file is served from my LetsEncrypt docker.

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On 6/25/2018 at 5:57 PM, mstuckart said:

Are there any supported network configurations for the delugevpn container besides the default bridged mode within docker? I believe I am experiencing performance bottlenecks from bridged mode in my docker instance on a windows machine. 

 

Thanks,
Mike

 

its coded and tested in bridge mode, any other modes are not supported.

 

btw i very much doubt your performance bottlenecks are related to the use of bridge mode, take a look here for possible reasons for slow speeds Q5:-

https://lime-technology.com/forums/topic/44108-support-binhex-general/?tab=comments#comment-433613

 

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4 minutes ago, ICDeadPpl said:

I can't reach the WebUI either, if I don't go via the proxy.

I've solved this for the browsers on my Windows 10 by using a "proxy.pac" file (look for "automatic configuration script" in browser proxy settings) with the following content:
 


function FindProxyForURL(url, host){
if(dnsDomainIs(host,"192.168.1.105")) return "PROXY 192.168.1.105:8118";
}

The "proxy.pac" file is served from my LetsEncrypt docker.

 

this makes no sense to me, privoxy is completely separate to deluge, there is no requirement whatsoever to use privoxy in order to access the web ui.?

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Quick question about file management in Deluge VPN. I have my server set up where Deluge will use a "Downloads" directory and completed downloads will sit in \Downloads\complete. Sonarr/Radarr (I thought) are set to move those files to a separate "Media" directory or Plex, though it appears the files are copied instead of moved, so it appears that I'm using more storage than I intended.

 

My question is, if I delete the contents of \Downloads\complete will it affect what is available through Plex. I suspect not since Plex is pointed to the "Media" directory but I wanted to double check, and if so, can this be automated? Additionally, I gather that deleted files from this directory will no longer be seeded, so is there a way to say keep X most recent files (for seeding) and delete everything else, or is this something that will have to be manually managed? Thanks.

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22 minutes ago, baconborn said:

Quick question about file management in Deluge VPN. I have my server set up where Deluge will use a "Downloads" directory and completed downloads will sit in \Downloads\complete. Sonarr/Radarr (I thought) are set to move those files to a separate "Media" directory or Plex, though it appears the files are copied instead of moved, so it appears that I'm using more storage than I intended.

 

My question is, if I delete the contents of \Downloads\complete will it affect what is available through Plex. I suspect not since Plex is pointed to the "Media" directory but I wanted to double check, and if so, can this be automated? Additionally, I gather that deleted files from this directory will no longer be seeded, so is there a way to say keep X most recent files (for seeding) and delete everything else, or is this something that will have to be manually managed? Thanks.

Both Sonarr and Radarr have options to either copy files (which leaves the original in place) or move files (which should delete the original but I haven’t tested this to be honest).

 

If you delete the file from your complete folder it will stop the seeding. The AutoRemovePlus plugin is what I use to control when the completed torrents get deleted. It has settings for seed time, number of torrents, minimum disk space, seed ratio and probably a few others.

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28 minutes ago, wgstarks said:

Both Sonarr and Radarr have options to either copy files (which leaves the original in place) or move files (which should delete the original but I haven’t tested this to be honest).

 

If you delete the file from your complete folder it will stop the seeding. The AutoRemovePlus plugin is what I use to control when the completed torrents get deleted. It has settings for seed time, number of torrents, minimum disk space, seed ratio and probably a few others.

 

I'll give that a look. I've stumbled on something called hard links which is supposedly built into Sonarr/Radarr and is supposed to delete from the director deluge uses, but creates a link so deluge thinks the file is still there to keep seeding. I know this is starting to go outside the scope of deluge, but does this sound correct?

 

It sounds like for current files, I won't be able to clear out the space AND keep seeding them, so you can't win them all, but it looks like good solutions for going forward.

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11 minutes ago, baconborn said:

It sounds like for current files, I won't be able to clear out the space AND keep seeding them, so you can't win them all, but it looks like good solutions for going forward.

I use an external drive mounted via UD for all my Deluge files so that they don’t take up a bunch of space on my array. No parity protection but I don’t really care since they’re all going to get deleted sooner or later anyway.

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@Biloxi_1@eb3k Have any of you tried nuking the docker image and re-download all your containers? This can solve many weird issues, so if you haven't tried it you might wanna give it a go. With CA's previous apps you'll be up and running as it was in about 3 min. If this doesn't work you'll have to post full debug logs which I can't see either of you have done. Without logs you most definitely won't get any help. 

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2 hours ago, strike said:

@Biloxi_1@eb3k Have any of you tried nuking the docker image and re-download all your containers? This can solve many weird issues, so if you haven't tried it you might wanna give it a go. With CA's previous apps you'll be up and running as it was in about 3 min. If this doesn't work you'll have to post full debug logs which I can't see either of you have done. Without logs you most definitely won't get any help. 

So I went to grab logs to upload this morning and my container is working again. I didnt make any changes, so my only theory is the vpn server I was connecting to was having issues, but that seems strange, because I tried 3 separate servers. Either way it is working again. Thanks for the advice, and I will remember in the future to upload logs when seeking help.

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