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Hello folks im new to unraid so plz be nice to me :=) Love this docker all working fine exept i missing a funtion and i dont now how to fix it. used only tixati and..utorrent? on windows i think before and after downloaded i  moved easy the files to mine collections tvshows.anime and so on and keep on seeding. browsed easy the file location..it is any way you can do the same on unraid -deluge ? i only se empty dialogue when i click on move storage. how can i  easy browse the new file location and deluge moving over after ? i dont have other docker installed exept krusader -binhex ofc.. so i manually moving the files but cant seed after sadly. :=((

Hope i not offended anyone if im in  a wrong forum that case can same nice people help me to the right directions ?

 

Thx binhex to this great work..fron old man..

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14 hours ago, DigitalLF said:

Hi!

 

I just signed up for PIA and I wanted to do a port forward. All I seem to find on the subject is that in the windows client you can "request port forwarding" or this forum post: https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/archive/forum/discussion/23431/new-pia-port-forwarding-api

 

So Binhex have you implemented this or is this a bad way of doing it? Security?

you dont need to worry about doing this ive coded it to setup port forwarding for you, all you need to do is connect to a endpoint that supports port forwarding (see link below) and ensure STRICT_PORT_FORWARD is set to yes.

 

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/helpdesk/kb/articles/how-do-i-enable-port-forwarding-on-my-vpn

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4 hours ago, binhex said:

you dont need to worry about doing this ive coded it to setup port forwarding for you, all you need to do is connect to a endpoint that supports port forwarding (see link below) and ensure STRICT_PORT_FORWARD is set to yes.

 

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/helpdesk/kb/articles/how-do-i-enable-port-forwarding-on-my-vpn

i thought that might be the case because i had to select the VPN provider in the docker. Thank you so much. i made the mistake in Deluge to select random ports and now it is working! :D

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Hey!  Do you do the VPN part of this as a standalone utility?

 

Reason I ask is that I sometimes have to close down this docker whilst I temporarily move contents off the mount to free up space.  Unfortunately, everything that uses the VPN proxy part gets grumpy.  If I could split the two, that'd be great.

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What all uses the VPN?

Hey!  Do you do the VPN part of this as a standalone utility?
 
Reason I ask is that I sometimes have to close down this docker whilst I temporarily move contents off the mount to free up space.  Unfortunately, everything that uses the VPN proxy part gets grumpy.  If I could split the two, that'd be great.


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17 minutes ago, scubieman said:

What all uses the VPN?

If you enable the privoxy part of the docker, you can use the vpn tunnel for your web browser and web browsers in other dockers.

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7 minutes ago, jonathanm said:

If you enable the privoxy part of the docker, you can use the vpn tunnel for your web browser and web browsers in other dockers.

I understand that, but what i was getting at is if using deluge,sonarr ETC you can set them each up with a VPN connection. Then if one goes down it doesnt rely on the other one.

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5 minutes ago, scubieman said:

I understand that, but what i was getting at is if using deluge,sonarr ETC you can set them each up with a VPN connection. Then if one goes down it doesnt rely on the other one.

This is true. But depends on if you need the other "allowed" connections. VPN providers typically allow 5 connections simultaneously. If you use privoxy and connect them all to that one VPN connection then you'll only be using one connection of your VPN provider freeing up the other 4.

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25 minutes ago, Lien1454 said:

This is true. But depends on if you need the other "allowed" connections. VPN providers typically allow 5 connections simultaneously. If you use privoxy and connect them all to that one VPN connection then you'll only be using one connection of your VPN provider freeing up the other 4.

This.  Jackett, Sonarr, Radarr, Lidarr, Ru all route through.  I have a 5 connection limit on my PIA account, so have routed everything through this to make sure I don't hit the limit (as demonstrated in the excellent SpaceInvader video guides).

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Can you choose one service that you dont need to restart? Even use a docker you dont use? Then set up the VPN and pass all other apps to that?

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1 minute ago, scubieman said:

Can you choose one service that you dont need to restart? Even use a docker you dont use? Then set up the VPN and pass all other apps to that?

That's a good idea, thanks.

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4 hours ago, Cessquill said:

close down this docker whilst I temporarily move contents off the mount

i get what you are asking for and i understand your reasoning, but i dont really fully understand why its necessary to stop the container in order to move downloaded content?, this can be done whilst deluge is running, if you want to not seed any more then simply remove the torrent using the web ui (not data) then move the completed folders/files to your array using a vm/krusader/etc. if you do want to carry on seeding then do the same, but simply re-add the torrent again pointing at the new location where you copied the completed data to, that way the problem goes away :-).

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38 minutes ago, binhex said:

...but i dont really fully understand why its necessary to stop the container in order to move downloaded content?, this can be done whilst deluge is running...

Ahh - this was to temporarily move downloading content.  Old archive content that would take weeks/months to finish.  Needed to free up space so other activity could happen, which meant shutting off the docker during that time.

 

I could have moved the entire download share, but, well, space.  And hindsight.

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9 minutes ago, Cessquill said:

Ahh - this was to temporarily move downloading content.  Old archive content that would take weeks/months to finish.  Needed to free up space so other activity could happen, which meant shutting off the docker during that time.

 

I could have moved the entire download share, but, well, space.  And hindsight.

You could also probably just pause the torrent, move data, then point torrent at new location then do a "Force Recheck"

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4 minutes ago, scubieman said:

You could also probably just pause the torrent, move data, then point torrent at new location then do a "Force Recheck"

Could do, yes.  Although in this case the docker didn't have access to where I was temporarily storing the files (which I could have sorted by granting more access to the container).

 

Was just seeing whether I could split the two functions of this up.  Obviously no worries if not, since this must be a fringe case.  Thanks for your time

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Wondering if it’s possible to move this docker to another nic on my unRAID server? I often have problems with port congestion if I try to stream a video while torrents are seeding and have to pause the torrents to eliminate buffering on streaming videos. I feel like running Deluge on a seperate nic would possibly eliminate this problem. Tried to do this a while back but could never get it to work. A lot of changes to unRAID since then though so thought it might be worth a try again if anyone has any ideas on how to configure?

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Hi,

 

I've been using this image for some months successfully with AirVPN, but recently after some updates and my server being off for a month, the VPN connection repeatedly dies and restarts itself. I've traced the problem down to the openvpn process getting SIGINT every minute or so. The connection seems to lose DNS somewhere along the way, and the container cannot resolve external hosts. Is that what kills OpenVPN?

 

AirVPN does have their own DNS servers from within the VPN connection, but I am unsure how to use that, if you need DNS to resolve the VPN hostname in the first place...

 

 

Some (hopefully) relevant log bits:

2018-11-24 21:06:55,218 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
Error: could not find any address for the name: `ns1.google.com'

2018-11-24 21:06:55,232 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
Error: could not find any address for the name: `resolver1.opendns.com'

2018-11-24 21:06:55,296 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
[warn] Cannot determine external IP address, exhausted retries setting to tunnel IP '10.24.140.209'

 

I've been banging my head against a wall for quite a while with this. Any help would be appreciated!

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[warn] PIA endpoint 'ca-montreal.privateinternetaccess.com' doesn't support port forwarding, DL/UL speeds will be slow
[info] Please consider switching to an endpoint that does support port forwarding, shown below:-


2018-12-02 02:26:52,250 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
[info] ca-vancouver.privateinternetaccess.com (CA Vancouver)
[info] ca-toronto.privateinternetaccess.com (CA Toronto)
[info] ca.privateinternetaccess.com (CA Montreal)

I'm getting this error when trying to add Montreal to my openvpn setup. I think the problem is just the difference between 'ca-montreal.privateinternetacess' and 'ca-privateinternetacess.com' is it possible to fix this?

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6 minutes ago, raoz0r said:

[warn] PIA endpoint 'ca-montreal.privateinternetaccess.com' doesn't support port forwarding, DL/UL speeds will be slow
[info] Please consider switching to an endpoint that does support port forwarding, shown below:-


2018-12-02 02:26:52,250 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
[info] ca-vancouver.privateinternetaccess.com (CA Vancouver)
[info] ca-toronto.privateinternetaccess.com (CA Toronto)
[info] ca.privateinternetaccess.com (CA Montreal)

I'm getting this error when trying to add Montreal to my openvpn setup. I think the problem is just the difference between 'ca-montreal.privateinternetacess' and 'ca-privateinternetacess.com' is it possible to fix this?

Only certain locals with pia support port forwarding. Must use I believe Netherlands or Switzerland. There is a video on this by the space guy lol

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1 hour ago, scubieman said:

Only certain locals with pia support port forwarding. Must use I believe Netherlands or Switzerland. There is a video on this by the space guy lol

Netherlands used to support port forwarding but does not any longer.

Look up the list on PIA site for latest list of locations supporting port forwarding.

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The list of port forward enabled endpoints is annoyingly difficult to find, ive bugged PIA multiple times to make this more obvious but they sadly ignore me, in any case here is the link to the list:-

 

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/helpdesk/kb/articles/how-do-i-enable-port-forwarding-on-my-vpn

 

so you can see from this that montreal is indeed on the list of sites that have port forwarding enabled, so i think whats happened here is they have changed the hostname from ca.privateinternetaccess.com to ca-montreal.privateinternetaccess.com and thus the check is now wrong, so i will alter the code to check for the new hostname, look out for new build.

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3 hours ago, binhex said:

Ti think whats happened here is they have changed the hostname from ca.privateinternetaccess.com to ca-montreal.privateinternetaccess.com and thus the check is now wrong, so i will alter the code to check for the new hostname, look out for new build.

Might the same be true of DE Berlin and DE Frankfurt?

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This morning after updating I was getting the following error that prevented deluge from starting up.

 

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2018-12-03 09:54:07,698 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
/root/getvpnport.sh: line 42: syntax error near unexpected token `('
/root/getvpnport.sh: line 42: ` ("ca-vancouver.${pia_domain_suffix} (CA Vancouver)" \'

I went to that shell script and removed the first backslash in front of that snippet and restarted and it started working again.

 

Since it seems like others are having this problem, this is exactly what I changed in case you want to copy me while we wait for an official fix.

 

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                pia_port_forward_enabled_endpoints_array=("ca-vancouver.${pia_domain_suffix} (CA Vancouver)" \
                "ca-toronto.${pia_domain_suffix} (CA Toronto)" \
                "ca-montreal.${pia_domain_suffix} (CA Montreal)" \
                "czech.${pia_domain_suffix} (Czech Republic)" \
                "spain.${pia_domain_suffix} (Spain)" \
                "swiss.${pia_domain_suffix} (Switzerland)" \
                "sweden.${pia_domain_suffix} (Sweden)" \
                "france.${pia_domain_suffix} (France)" \
                "de-berlin.${pia_domain_suffix} (Germany)" \
                "de-frankfurt.${pia_domain_suffix} (Germany)" \
                "ro.${pia_domain_suffix} (Romania)" \
                "israel.${pia_domain_suffix} (Israel)")

 

Edited by rzeeman711

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