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ShadowsocksR-Docker

Thanks to the developer of Shadowsocks @clowwindy

Thanks to the developer of ShadowsocksR @breakwa11

This Dockerfile builds an image with the Python implementation of ShadowsocksR. Based on Alpine image(A lightweight Linux).

Quick Start

This image uses ENTRYPOINT to run the containers as an executable.

docker run -d -p 8388:8388/tcp -p 8388:8388/udp smounives/shadowsocksr-docker -s 0.0.0.0 -p 8388 -k mypassword -m aes-256-cfb -o tls1.2_ticket_auth_compatible -O auth_sha1_v2_compatible

You can configure the service to run on a port of your choice. Just make sure the port number given to Docker is the same as the one given to ShadowsocksR.

For more command line options.

More Options

usage: ssserver [OPTION]...
A fast tunnel proxy that helps you bypass firewalls.

You can supply configurations via either config file or command line arguments.

Proxy options:
  -c CONFIG              path to config file
  -s SERVER_ADDR         server address, default: 0.0.0.0
  -p SERVER_PORT         server port, default: 8388
  -k PASSWORD            password
  -m METHOD              encryption method, default: aes-256-cfb
  -O PROTOCOL            protocol plugin, default: verify_simple
  -o OBFS                obfsplugin, default: http_simple
  -t TIMEOUT             timeout in seconds, default: 300
  --fast-open            use TCP_FASTOPEN, requires Linux 3.7+
  --workers WORKERS      number of workers, available on Unix/Linux
  --forbidden-ip IPLIST  comma seperated IP list forbidden to connect
  --manager-address ADDR optional server manager UDP address, see wiki

General options:
  -h, --help             show this help message and exit
  -d start/stop/restart  daemon mode
  --pid-file PID_FILE    pid file for daemon mode
  --log-file LOG_FILE    log file for daemon mode
  --user USER            username to run as
  -v, -vv                verbose mode
  -q, -qq                quiet mode, only show warnings/errors
  --version              show version information

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