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Silkroad Online

We have received this guide from one of our customers and provide it to you in the hope that you will find it useful.

This is how to make Silkroad work with Your Freedom, which is very easy. I'm behind a firewall, using a proxy server to acces the internet.

After installing Silkroad we will need proxycap to tunnel the executables. You can find it on http://www.proxycap.com/download.html. You could also use other applications for tunneling, such as Proxifier or FreeCap -- check out the "proxy helpers" link on the left hand side.

I assume you already installed and configured Your Freedom. If not, check out the DOWNLOADS and FAQ pages of this site.

Now, you will open proxycap to establish the proxy you'll be using to tunnel the applications. Click the "New proxy Server" button on the top right corner.
We'll be using "localhost" as a host and the port "1080":

 

After that we need to select the executable that will be using that rule.
Select Rules and click on the same top right corner button.
At "Application" select the "Specify" option, then search for the folder where you installed Silkroad and select "Silkroad.exe". Next, you also need to check the "UDP" option.
Like this:

 

 The last step is to do the same for the "sro_client.exe" executable:

 

After all this you should be able to play Silkroad Online with Your Freedom without any problems. If not post your problem on the forum and someone will help you.

 

 
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