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LiveTV M3U with socks5 proxy?


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Hello Community, I wanna ask, is there any way, to ONLY tunnel the M3U Connections through a Socks proxy witch is running?

 

I don't want to proxy all Connections on this Server, only the Connections to the Stream-Servers!

 

 

Thanks, Nice to Hear from you Guys.

 

And BTW: I Use Emby on Debian!

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  • 2 years later...

Sorry to resurrect a thread from over 2 years ago, but I'm in the same situation and am looking for a solution.

 

I would like to connect either via VPN or socks proxy to various streaming servers to primarily record content.  Ideally, ONLY the connection to the streaming services would be "encrypted / proxied / VPN" and I figured that socks proxy would be the best way to accomplish this.  Is this possible?

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I would like to connect either via VPN or socks proxy to various streaming servers to primarily record content.  Ideally, ONLY the connection to the streaming services would be "encrypted / proxied / VPN" and I figured that socks proxy would be the best way to accomplish this.  Is this possible?

It all depends if your streaming services, like iptv providers, supports user connections by VPN/socks proxy etc. Most iptv providers blacklist VPN with a shared IP, but some allow VPN connections with a dedicated IP.

What is supported by your streaming service, you will have to find out by yourself by contacting your streaming service.

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Hi, can someone help me find the settings in Emby for Socks5?

 

This discussion appears to hint it is possible, i'm not looking to only use it for m3U like the OP would be happy enough for everything to go through it.

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