The usage allowance resets on the 20th of each month. The following usage figures are updated every five minutes.

Used	Avail	Use%
6.8G	2.2G	77%

12 GiB
13183 MiB

Up: 6 GiB, Down: 5 GiB
Up: 7099 MiB, Down: 6084 MiB

 23:40:01 up 89 days,  1:11,  1 user,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00


There are a couple of ways to proxy via, depending on your requirements & firewall restrictions.


You can run an SSH-tunnelled SOCKS proxy via if you can access port 22. This is the best method, as your traffic to is encrypted, and DNS lookups are made via the proxy. It should be difficult for an observer on your network to track your browsing with this method.

If you'd like to use this kind of proxy but are prevented from accessing port 22 from your network, ask about alternative options.

HTTP Proxy

Alternatively there is an HTTP proxy on port 8080. It requires authentication, you should already know the username and password. Note that the proxy connection is insecure. It's most useful for trying to fool geolocation services, eg. to access content that is geo-restricted to US users.

You can test your HTTP connectivity by checking out your IP address & request headers.

IPv6 is accessible over IPv6. Everything is available over IPv6 except for the Transmission remote interface, which is waiting on software support.

Secure access is accessible over a secure connection ( To avoid being prompted to accept the security certificate, consider importing the CAcert class 3 root certificate into your browser. You might want to know a bit about how CAcert verifies identities first. The CAcert article on Wikipedia is a good starting point.


There are traffic graphs.

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