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Install V2Ray under CentOS7

2020-02-09 15:40:56

label: CentOS7,V2Ray,

No more concepts and backgrounds are explained here. V2Ray is a scientific way of networking. This article tells people who understand the concept and background and are familiar with CentOS how to install it on CentOS.


There are some websites on the Internet that can be accessed before, but may not be accessible now, such as Google, Google, YouTube, etc. For example, Tencent WeChat has a Facebook account entry, but the Facebook website is not accessible. And Microsoft is not a domestic company, but most of the content of the website can be accessed because the network data is selectively blocked.

Most IT and scientific researchers need to visit Google and Youtube websites to obtain the required resources. Therefore, some special technologies are used to bypass Google, such as VPN, SS, SSR, etc., but with the upgrade of programs that block network data, these Techniques can be pinpointed and therefore fail after a period of use.

V2Ray is currently a newer way to implement detours. It is now a tool under Project V. This article describes the method of installing V2Ray under CentOS7.

"Bypass" technology and blocking technology are like spears and shields, which promote and upgrade each other. One day in the future, V2Ray may also fail, but newer detour technologies will appear at that time.

This article seems to have a paradox: To install V2Ray in order to detour, you need to install V2Ray. You must have the ability to detour first. However, it does not exist. During installation, some temporary unstable methods can be used, and V2Ray provides stable methods.

Install using official script

bash <(curl -L -s https://install.direct/go.sh)

Modify the configuration file

vim /etc/v2ray/config.json
  "inbounds": [{
    "port": 312,
    "protocol": "vmess",
    "settings": {
      "clients": [
          "id": "029ac681-1d80-4c20-9v6a-8b3c5170a0b9",
          "level": 1,
          "alterId": 64
  "outbounds": [{
    "protocol": "freedom",
    "settings": {}
    "protocol": "blackhole",
    "settings": {},
    "tag": "blocked"
  "routing": {
    "rules": [
        "type": "field",
        "ip": ["geoip:private"],
        "outboundTag": "blocked"

Download the client and connect according to the above clients configuration

Client summary: https://www.v2ray.com/awesome/tools.html


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