How to Create your own Shadowsocks Server

For all new user you must read and learn this first before creating your own shadowsocks.I know to all new user this is very hard to learn and follow that why you need to read the step 1 and step 2 so you can follow easily. we need hard time and dedication to understand this tutorial hope you can managed that. So lets get started.

Step 1 How to create your own VPS (Virtual Private Server)

Step 2 How to Start VPS and Create Proxy Server

Dedication first:
It is for all students who are learning hard to learn!.Remember to all reporters we maker creators for a fight.

Serious mode done. Let's enjoy it as long as  we learn! Let's fire up the MobaXterm! :)

First command . You know the drill, Copy / Paste / Enter
# wget --no-check-certificate
Where using  shortcut  again, using wget we will use automated install from Github.

How to Create your own Shadowsocks Server

Next command we:
# chmod + x
Let's do our executable ".sh" using "chmod + x"

Ok! Let's do it! Let's install it. enter your Password then enter:

Your Port , we just input the default  then hit enter. Easy to change in the future.

Stream Cipher ,  use option 13 for somehow secured but fast on speed

Origin protocol only, we use option 1:

Obfuscation , so option 1 again

Hit enter po to execute!

Yes, that's the way you move right now! You're already making your own ShadowsocksR Server ... Hahaha! Congrats your the new hero!

You might want to make other users, or would you like to load balancing using multiple ports on your shadowsocks client? You smile like that dog, say you like eh ... Haha!

Oh that's it, lab you!
# Nano /etc/shadowsocks.json
Welcome back to Nano Editor.

For safety, copy your port and password first on paper or on anything.
Then delete the following lines:
"Server_port": 8388,

"Password": "passwordmo",

You can insert it in the line:
"Port_password": {
"8989": "passwordmo",
"8381": "passwordmo",
"8382": "passwordmo",
"8383": "passwordmo",
"8384": "passwordmo",
"8385": "passwordmo",
"8386": "passwordmo",
"8387": "passwordmo",
"8388": "passwordmo"

Like this:

Then CTRL + X, the Y, then hit enter lang.
Last code:
# /etc/init.d/shadowsocks status

We are done, time to celebrate! :) You have come this far, and I'm proud of you!


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How to Create your own Shadowsocks Server
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