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Speedify LIVE Office Hours: Q&A with the Developers
September 28, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
On the 133rd episode of Speedify LIVE we hold our weekly Office Hours with one of the lead developers of Speedify to answer as many viewer questions as we can!
We discuss what big events Speedify is attending, what connections you can use on a Raspberry Pi, how you can bypass certain apps and services, and why Kevin doesn’t have a Speedify T-shirt.
Here are our 5 takeaways from our Office Hours:
- If you want to create a Speedify Mi-Fi connection, you can simply share Speedify from one central device! You can share that bonded Speedify connection from Windows, MacOS or Linux, even a Raspberry Pi, creating your own Mi-Fi to connect other devices.
- When it comes to optimal internet sources for a Raspberry Pi, you can have a bunch of different connections! Use Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and a USB tethered connection for each USB port, but make sure to have a sufficient power source! You may want to get a powered USB hub to help you out!
- One of the craziest Speedify setups has been created by our own team for testing! We have managed to connect 15 connections to an iPad using a Lightning to USB3 Camera adapter, a USB to Ethernet adapter for each connection, and a couple USB hubs.
- Many online services, such as streaming services and even online banking tend to block VPNs, but Speedify’s Bypass feature can help with this! Route the traffic of specific services around Speedify through the in-app Bypass feature, using the App Bypass option on Android, or create a custom Bypass for sites using the Speedify CLI.
- If you want to send the Speedify team logs, you can simply click the Generate Logs option in the Settings menu. On desktop, this will generate a .Zip or .Tar.Gz file on your desktop by default, while on mobile it will open your email app and allow you to send the file directly. On Linux you can also generate logs through the CLI.
I think one thing we did a great job on is how cross platform it is. It is really the same code running on Linux, on iPhone, on Android, on Windows, on Mac, on the server. It's the same.