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heartsfan

Hi,

Been using the same proxy for a long time in qBittorrent but suddenly it stopped working today .... could someone please check it:

 

46.166.137.69:1080

 

Thanks.

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On 06/09/2018 at 8:49 PM, heartsfan said:

Hi,

Been using the same proxy for a long time in qBittorrent but suddenly it stopped working today .... could someone please check it:

 

46.166.137.69:1080

 

Thanks.

 

Apologies, for now, please switch to proxy.torguard.org - we migrated IP's to a new provider, new NL socks5 serves will be online shortly.

Regards

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infocolOmega

Hi there,

proxy.torguard.org doesn't seem to be working either, tried ports 1080, 1085, and 1090.

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8 minutes ago, infocolOmega said:

Hi there,

proxy.torguard.org doesn't seem to be working either, tried ports 1080, 1085, and 1090.

 

Hi, what torrent client are you running? did you check with the IP or message reported with the test torrent?

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On 09/09/2018 at 9:43 PM, Support said:

 

Apologies, for now, please switch to proxy.torguard.org - we migrated IP's to a new provider, new NL socks5 serves will be online shortly.

Regards

 

Can't use proxy.torguard.org as I use private Trackers which need 1 specific IP all the time.

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infocolOmega
On 9/10/2018 at 12:13 PM, Support said:

 

Hi, what torrent client are you running? did you check with the IP or message reported with the test torrent?

Thanks for the reply!

I'm actually trying with Jackett, Sonarr, and Radarr.  I've tried disabling anti-virus and Windows Firewall at the same time, still getting a "The connection was closed unexpectedly" error in Jackett.  Wireshark shows stuff responding.  Firefox via SOCKS5 seems to be working on a different computer, so maybe something is screwed up with the host. 

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SeanMichael

It would be helpful when torguard switches servers to notify customers rather than have the customer discover this because the proxy seems to be malfunctioning.

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23 hours ago, SeanMichael said:

It would be helpful when torguard switches servers to notify customers rather than have the customer discover this because the proxy seems to be malfunctioning.

 

I completely agree we have put a system in place to notify all users in the event of any future migrations or issues.

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Amberle

We have a proxy server and use Deluge. But since Sept 6th it hasn't been working right. Double checked settings in Deluge and proxy was already set to use proxy.torguard.org
Can you please HELP???

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