ss-local

Run a Shadowsocks client as a SOCKS5 proxy.

TLDR

Run a Shadowsocks proxy by specifying the host, server port, local port, password, and encryption method

$ ss-local -s [host] -p [server_port] -l [local port] -k [password] -m [encrypt_method]
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Run a Shadowsocks proxy by specifying the config file

$ ss-local -c [path/to/config/file.json]
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Use a plugin to run the proxy client

$ ss-local --plugin [plugin_name] --plugin-opts [plugin_options]
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Enable TCP fast open

$ ss-local --fast-open
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