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Async MTProto Proxy

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# Async MTProto Proxy #

Fast and simple to setup mtproto proxy.

## Starting Up ##

  1. git clone -b stable https://github.com/alexbers/mtprotoproxy.git; cd mtprotoproxy

  2. (optional, recommended) edit config.py, set PORT, USERS and AD_TAG

  3. docker-compose up –build -d (or just python3 mtprotoproxy.py if you don’t like docker)

  4. (optional, shows telegram link to set the proxy) docker-compose logs

## Channel Advertising ##

To advertise a channel get a tag from @MTProxybot and write it to config.py.

## Performance ##

The proxy performance should be enough to comfortably serve about 4 000 simultaneous users on the VDS instance with 1 CPU core and 1024MB RAM.

## Advanced Usage ##

The proxy can be launched: - with a custom config: python3 mtprotoproxy.py [configfile] - several times, clients will be automaticaly balanced between instances - using PyPy interprteter - with runtime statistics exported for [Prometheus](https://prometheus.io/): using [prometheus](https://github.com/alexbers/mtprotoproxy/tree/prometheus) branch

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