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Bypassing proxy with WebUI?

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Hello,

I've been using microTorrent for awhile and I was very satisfied with it! So thanks for making it! ;)

But the thing is... our Network administrator applied very strict rules to catch any p2p traffic and destroy it :( ... so uTorrent isn't working for me anymore... So I thought maybe WebUI could help me... because traffic encryption that's implemented in uTorrent doesn't do any good...

The question is:

Whether WebUI is any different than uTorrent client speaking in terms of how proxy recognizes the data it sends? Because if proxy recognized uTorrent traffic as "website browsing" or "secure website browsing" then I think it would allow data to pass...

I'm not very good in networks, so please don't blame me if what I'm speaking about is wrong...

and if WebUI isn't capable in doing such things right now... maybe there's a plan to implement it in the future? :/

Thanks!

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With the WebUI you only can access the PC utorrent is running.

It has nothing to do with the settings of utorrent (execpt the web-accessing stuff).

So your utorrent is the same, with or without the WebUI.

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webui isn't a replacement of µtorrent. Its an added functionality to allow management of µtorrent from remote locations.

In other words. It allows you to add, delete and adjust certain settings in µtorrent without being on the box where µtorrent is actually running.

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When you're using WebUI, you're still using µTorrent in the background for doing the actual file transferring. WebUI is just a different Interface for µTorrent.

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Nope, there likely isn't a way to get around it... Not sure if proxies or VPNs would help, but I'm not familiar enough with using them to bypass throttling to be able to recommend them.

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