Transporter User Manual

 

 

This manual provides details on how to use the features included in the transporter service at the time of last update. This document will be upgraded regularly, in conjunction with service changes and upgrades to ensure its information is current.

 

Last Revision: 25th October 2008

 

This document has been produced by Stackfile’s Support Team.


Table of Contents

 

Transporter v1.6


 


TRANSPORTER MANUAL

 

TO UTILIZE THE FULL POTENTIAL OF OUR PROGRAM - PLEASE READ CAFEFULLY.


1. Quick Introduction

W
HAT'S TRANSPORTER? Transporter is a tiny HTTP proxy server which runs on your computer (127.0.0.1:2007 by default). It directs your browser traffic through our servers, thus:

it will hide your real IP address
it will compress and encrypt your browser requests (even your ISP will not know what sites you open)
it will override ISP restrictions for some sites - you can access ANY internet site (NOTE: SSL is not supported so https sites are opened like before)
it can intercept file downloads to our server which is on fast Internet connection. This means, instead of downloading a file to your computer, it will download it to our server very quickly. Later you can download file with resume. This is very useful for downloading from One-Click Web Hosters

So, as you can see, Transporter provides anonymous web surfing and fast file transfers. These are just main features of the EXE client application running on your computer. Transporter has also web interface which allows you to work with files downloaded to our server. To access web interface, type in your browser http://my.dir Main features of the Web interface (also known as Web Folder or My Folder) are:

download or upload http and ftp links through our server
download resume is supported (of course for sites which support this)
upload files to popular web sites (Rapidshare for example has full support for free, collectors and premium uploads)
upload files with split on the fly (for example, upload 1 GB file to Rapidshare -- the program will automatically - on the fly - split file into chunks of 200 MB and name them as .001 .002, and so on)
Web RAR Packer/Unpacker (you can repack/extract your files; Web RAR packer/unpacker has all the features of WinRAR program - for example compression method, set password, multi-part volumes [split archives], etc...)
You can attach file comments aka notes to any file. This could be useful to store RAR archive passwords, for example.

Transporter was developed with the passion to become the world’s best file management service provider. The program consists of two parts - EXE client application (which runs on your computer) and server-side program which runs on our server. Through the EXE program you can upload files from your computer to our server in batch mode, with upload resume. You can upload multiple files at once, if your Internet is fast and you wish so. In case your Internet is slow, bandwidth expensive but still you wish to share files, you can upload files once to our server and we will keep them forever. From our server (as we don't allow sharing files from our server) you can upload files to other sites (e.g. Rapidshare) and in case your files get deleted, you will quickly reupload them from our server, thus not wasting your time or Internet bandwidth. In case of Rapidshare, deleted files are put in black list so you cannot upload them again. We have solution for this as well and no repacking is needed! As mentioned above, Transporter is inter-server transfer tool, so why not allow file transfers like this: MegaUpload (500 MB file) -> RapidShare. (Rapidshare allows files up to 200 MB only) Yes, this is possible too!!! It will not use disk space at all and it will split big files on the fly!


2. Client Program Components (EXE Program)

After launching the program, it will show an icon in the system tray area (this is area on the right bottom corner of the screen where the clock is displayed). To access the program menu, right click on its small icon (shieldon.png). It will popup a menu like this one:

2.0

On this picture you see all components available in the EXE program:

My folder – shows the list of your files on our server.

Quick Panel – a small window which contains only the most used options in the program.

Upload Manager – a powerful upload program which can upload multiple files at once and supports resume of broken uploads.

Proxy Checker advanced remote proxy checker with custom defined proxy tests. It can test proxies on connectivity, anonymity, web site connectivity and more.

LinX Tool a simple yet efficient tool that converts protected links (if any) to normal links, and checks links for availability.

Take Screenshot – an inbuilt snipping tool to quickly capture a portion of your screen so you can save, annotate, or share the image.

Control Panel is the central point for configuring program options. It schematically displays and explains how the program works so user will better understand most concepts and be able to get the maximum from the program.

Program Update is update wizard which checks, downloads and installs newer versions of the program. It is set to check for new versions automatically.

Live Support – a live and interactive 24/7 customer support made available through StackFile support team.

About is info box which displays program details like version number, release date, support email etc.

In the next part we will describe in details all client program components, but not in the order shown on the above picture but in the logical order. *


2.1 Quick Panel

2.1

This quick panel has been designed for maximum user efficiency. It has been incorporated with all major settings that a user might change or switch often.

Gateway – Quickly cycle through your gateway (service provided personal IPs) list.

Proxy – You can enable/disable your public proxy settings. You can also quickly change your current public proxy (by using the up-down arrows) or enter a new one. The notepad icon allows you to store a custom list of proxies that will be used most. Located next to this is a button that launches the proxy checker.

Download To – this option quickly switch between these two download targets.

Download Intercept – is used in case when you use download to Server option. In some cases (but rarely) our server side program will not be able to distinguish whether next request is a file you really want to download to the server. In this case you will need to force our server to download that next file. This option is used in the following scenario:
o You want to download a file to our server (Web Folder/My Folder)
o You click on a download link, but your browser popups Save File As box instead of showing server download page
o In this case you will select Download Intercept option [Auto(default), By Extension, Next File or Any File] and retry the operation. Now, the file will be correctly recognized as "downloadable" and will be downloaded to our server. After using this option once it will switch automatically to OFF state (so you may need to turn it on again if you need).

NOTE: In Download next/any file interception, any file you try to open in the browser will be downloaded (even jpg or html pages -- which is probably something you don't want)

Use Premium – use this checkbox if you want to download files to your PC or direct to server using our premium accounts for various popular file-hosting services like Rapidshare, Megaupload, Megashares etc.

Passive Mode > – if you often need to disable proxy in your browser for normal surfing (which is faster) and again change back to 127.0.0.1:2007 to use Transporter features, this option is for you.

If activated, Passive Mode will bypass our server and make browser requests to go directly from your computer. For test, in Shield mode open www.whatismyip.com. It will show your real IP address, because Transporter is disabled.

Transparency – The triangular slide bar in the quick panel window handle can be used to change the transparency of the window.

 

2.2 Control Panel

It controls most features of the program.

2.2.1 – Transporter

2.2.1

On this page you can start/stop the Transporter proxy, change listen port and set some other options:

Proxy Connection Keep-Alive – this option controls whether Transporter will keep alive connections with your browser. For better performance turn it to ON. If you have problems with partially loaded sites (or never finished loading sites) turn this option to OFF.

Force browser to use cached static documents – this option forces browser to use cached versions of static documents. This can speed up surfing. If you have problems with it (browser opening old documents) then disable it.

Auto start program with Windows – controls whether the program will start automatically when you turn on your computer.

Check for updates on start-up controls whether the program will automatically check for updates on every start-up. We strongly recommend to turn this option to ON for better experience in our service. We often upgrade our programs so to be able to use the latest cool features, keep auto-updates ON.

2.2.2 – FTP Server

2.2.2

On this page you can start/stop FTP server, change Listen and Data Ports and set some other options:

FTP Read Ahead – With this feature program will do pre-buffering of files mounted through FTP client or NetDrive. It’s quite useful when you want to watch a movie over FTP mounted drive, you don’t need to download it! With this option, player can play without any streaming delays (Note: You’ll need to have atleast 1.5 Mbits/sec connection or more to benefit from this feature).

Require Authorization – when enabled you’ll need to enter your Transporter login details in your FTP client to get access to My Folder.

Keep-alive FTP-API link – this option controls whether Transporter will keep alive connections with your FTP client. Recommended to be turned ON for better performance

Enable debugging – for debugging/testing purposes only.

Advanced Settings – contain FTP port settings, connection timeout and buffer settings which are recommended to be left preconfigured.

2.2.3 – Browsing Options

2.2.3

Before sending requests to our server for further processing, Transporter can filter or inject browser headers. This could be useful sometimes for better anonymity by cheating other sites faking browser request headers.

Custom User-Agent – you can set User-Agent to whatever string you want. User-Agent is an identifier of browser type you are using. Often, web sites will use User-Agent to identify your browser. If you don't want so, you can fake it. Faking User-Agent can be really useful in some situations. Let mention just two:

1) Downloading from MegaUpload site even if all "slots" for your country are full. This simulates Alexa toolbar (for exact string you need to enter here, search on the Internet). 2) Browsing some forums which require users to have accounts without registering an account. It is often so boring to register a new account just to view one post on a site. Luckily some sites will allow search-engine bots to crawl their content without account. So, all you need is to fake crawler user-agent (for example we have predefined two - Google and Yahoo -- select them from drop down list).

Custom referrer Referrer is an HTTP request header which contains the link of a page you previously visited. Some sites require having correct referrer so don't use this option.

Custom cookies – if you need, you can override browser cookies using this option, or you can completely disable them if you enable the option but leave the field empty. Cookies are given in the form:

Cookie1=Value1; Cookie2=Value2;

Simulate transparent proxy – this option is used to simulate like you are using a transparent proxy. This is really good in cheating some -- BUT NOT ALL -- sites. You can set whatever IP you want or make it to be random on every browser request. For example, try this - set it to Use random IP and then open www.whatismyip.com in your browser. Refresh the page for several times to see how your IP address changes.

Important: This option is totally USELESS for cheating RapidShare, but it may work for some other sites. You are welcome to try.

2.2.4 – Site Filter

2.2.4

This page allows you to define sites which you want to open through transporter proxy or not. For this you need to specify domains (one per line) following the specified filter options like

Domains starting with ! in precedence to domain name will open in Pass-Through Mode (or Bypass Mode i.e. Transporter proxy OFF), for example, see screenshot above.

2.2.5 – URL Filter

2.2.5

This option allows you to set URL filters to block annoying site appearances like ads, popups etc. Here you can use predefined set of filters, or can even set your own filters using Perl regular expressions.

2.2.6 – Internet Connectivity

2.2.6

This page defines how Transporter will connect to the Internet. If your ISP requires using a proxy server to connect to the Internet, you must specify it here. The proxy server you specify on this page is so called 1st proxy. If your ISP doesn't require using a proxy, leave it disabled. Specify proxy IP address (or host name) in the field IP Address, then port in the field Port, and in case you have to authenticate specify your login details in appropriate fields and choose Basic Authorization if you use it (most proxies will use basic, but some will use NTLM - not supported; but try). NOTE: if you wish so, you can put here some (public) proxy for better anonymity, but in this case, depending on proxy speed, browsing through Transporter may be slow. So, we recommend not using proxy if you really don't need it. In case your computer has multiple network adapters, you may want to choose which Transporter should use to access the Internet. If not sure what to select, just leave it on default.

Speed Limiter – here you can limit the program’s download/upload speed to any amount (in KB/sec). This is useful if you want to do some other things like surfing while download manager is downloading through transporter.

2.2.7 – StackFile Service

2.2.7

This page allows you to configure browser requests from the program itself.

Browser Window Handling – To continue the current download/upload/or any other file operation even after closing the internet browser window, you can select ‘continue in background’ as an option here or else it will be aborted if selected otherwise.

Connection Timeout specifies timeout when surfing the internet through Transporter. Set it to 30 - 120 seconds (this is max value we allow).

2.2.8 – Public Proxy

2.2.8

The proxy server you specify on this page is so called 2nd proxy. This means, our server will connect to it to fetch a web page your browser asked. The 2nd proxy is quite essential in unlimited downloads form One-Click Web Hosters. Target web site will see IP address of this proxy. For normal surfing (i.e. when you don't need to cheat sites) turn this to OFF so your browsing experience through Transporter will be better (faster). The format of proxy is: [UserName:Password@]ProxyIP:ProxyPort where brackets [] denote optional part (you don't write brackets!) - login details - UserName and Password. If you don't need it to login, skip this part. ProxyIP - is IP address or host name of the proxy, and ProxyPort is port number. Some examples:

80.34.12.87:8080 my-proxy-host.com:991 Matrix: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it :3128 If you use some proxies very often, you should put them in Quick Proxy List. (Click to open Quick List). For better proxy management use Proxy Checker. You can group proxies and check them.

2.2.9 – Hot Keys

2.2.9.0

This page allows you to define system-wide hot keys for accessing frequently used program options quickly. You can use any combination of Ctrl, Shift, Alt and Windows modifiers.

Shield Mode toggle – if you often need to disable proxy in your browser for normal surfing (which is faster) and again change back to 127.0.0.1:2007 to use Transporter features, this option is for you.

If deactivated, Shield mode will bypass our server and make browser requests to go directly from your computer. For test, in Shield mode open www.whatismyip.com. It will show your real IP address, because Transporter is disabled.

2.2.9.1

When Shield mode is deactivated, only first two blocks shown on the diagram above will be used (Browsing Options page is disabled in this mode).

Toggle download to My Computer/Server – this option quickly switch between these two download targets.

If download target is set to Server, file download will be directed to our server. If download target is My Computer, file downloads will be directed always to your computer, but through Transporter.

Toggle Download Intercept Force is used in case when you use download to Server option. In some cases (but rarely) our server side program will not be able to distinguish whether next request is a file you really want to download to the server. In this case you will need to force our server to download that next file. This option is used in the following scenario:
o You want to download a file to our server (Web Folder/My Folder)
o You click on a download link, but your browser popups Save File As box instead of showing server download page
o In this case you will select Download Intercept option [Auto(default), By Extension, Next File or Any File] and retry the operation. Now, the file will be correctly recognized as "downloadable" and will be downloaded to our server. After using this option once it will switch automatically to OFF state (so you may need to turn it on again if you need).

NOTE: In Download next/any file interception, any file you try to open in the browser will be downloaded (even jpg or html pages -- which is probably something you don't want)

Open My.dir in Browser – this hotkey opens http://my.dir in your default web browser. NOTE: You can change default browser in Windows Control Panel (go to Start Menu > Control Panel > Set Program Access and Defaults or Add/Remove programs).

Use Premium Account – toggle using Premium Accounts for various popular file-hosting services like Rapidshare, Megaupload, Megashares etc. while downloading to your PC or direct to Server.

Open My.dir in Internal Browser – opens http://my.dir in Transporter’s inbuilt Shield Browser.

BOSS Key – Feature yet to be implemented!

 

Enable in Internet Explorer – this option is used to toggle setting Transporter proxy (i.e. 127.0.0.1:2007) in IE (Internet Explorer) only!

Toggle Drop Target – used to show/hide drop target window for drag-n-drop feature.

URL Filter Toggle – this option is used to quickly enable/disable URL Filters.

Transporter Server Start/Stop – toggles Server Start/Stop operation.

Control Panel – hotkey for quick launching of Transporter Control Panel.

Hotkeys Reminder – this hotkey is used to get current information on all assigned hotkeys in case you forget them easily.

LinX Tool – is used to launch LinX Tool for converting protected links and/or checking links from various supported file-hosters.

Link Catcher – is used to enable/disable Link Catcher.

Take Screenshot – this hotkey is used to capture screenshots directly using inbuilt Screenshot Tool.

Open My.dir FTP in Explorer – this hotkey is used to open My.dir FTP in Windows Explorer.

2.2.10 – Link Catcher

2.2.10

This is used to catch and extract One-Click Hoster links from link protector sites using defined custom rules (rules should be set one per line using Perl regular expressions). For example: Enable Link Catcher and put this code: ^http://([^.]+\.)?rapidshare\.com/files/ Then find some links protected by lix.in, rsprotect.com, stealth.to or similar link protection, you just click on links and it catches all the links and tries to cancel browser navigation. When you extract all the links, you can then paste them in multi-download box of My.dir and enjoy fast and trouble free downloading from link protector sites. Note: With Link Checker enabled in Transporter with the above rule set, and you try with pasting normal Rapidshare.com links in address bar of your browser, you will not be able to download them as link catcher will catch them. You should better set a hotkey to enable/disable Link Catcher quickly to prevent this to happen.

2.2.11 – Tweaks & Hacks

2.2.11

Contains some tweaks and fixes to enhance overall internet surfing using Transporter.


2.3 Upload Manager

2.3.1

Upload Manager is a tool that allows users to upload local files (from their computer) to their web folder (http://my.dir/). It has been designed for ease of use, with features to suit any usage level. Users can drop and drag files from explorer or even most 3rd party explorer alternative applications such as Total Commander. It support multiple file uploads with resume & upload queuing with real time progress. All uploaded files are stored in a history file and users can loop them up by clicking the Finished folder. This section displays the filename, file size, upload time and even md5 hash. It also has a built-in settings feature, to enable users to personalize the tool.

Upload Settings

2.3.2

Start upload tasks on start-up – This option will resume all queued uploads left over from when the program was last terminated.
Notify on all uploads finished by sound – Plays a sound when every upload completes successfully.
Shutdown computer on all uploads finished – Shuts down your computer when all uploads are complete (does not mean they have to be successful).

Parallel uploads – Set the number of con-current uploads running at a time.
Limit bandwidth – Set a bandwidth limit for uploading.
Retry count – Set the maximum number of re-tries for each failed upload.

Connection timeout – Is timeout in seconds while establishing a connection with our servers.
Read timeout – The timeout in seconds while reading response from our server. If connection timeouts from any reason it is considered as internet temporary error, and retry mechanism will retry the upload/resume it if possible.
Upload buffer – The optimal value is your connection speed expressed in KB/sec. However, do not set it to high, as the buffer is stored in your memory. Also, if you set the buffer to small, your computer's CPU load will increase, which may cause a computer to become unstable.

 

2.4 Proxy Checker

2.4.1

This utility makes it simple to find faster possibly public proxies, when using public proxy list sources. It provides a lot of information about each proxy; such as country, connection and read timeout, status and anonymity. The tool allows users to set the number of threads to be used when checking the proxy list (this means how many are checked at once). Folders can be used to separate proxies by date, speed, status or any other way the user seeks. Users can also define custom tests to ensure that the proxies are able to access specific websites, without problems.

Custom Tests

2.4.2

Test URL – Enter the website URL or file.

Method – Most tests will use GET (this mean read the website or file).

Post Variables (only POST is selected) – Enter the post name and values for the request.

Valid Match – Enter a string (or regex pattern) for a successful proxy test.

Invalid Match – Enter a string (or regex pattern) for a failed proxy test.

 

2.5 LinX Tool

2.5

LinX Tool is a handy tool to convert pasted protected links (like lix.in, rsprotect.com etc.) to their original normal links (like RS, MU etc.), and then checks them for their availability either alive or dead. It supports majority of sites you can find on the net and is under constant development.

 

2.6 Program Update

2.6

With update wizard, you can always get the latest version available.


2.7 Live Support

2.7.1

24x7 Live and interactive customer support provided by the StackFile staff.

 

2.7.2

You can also submit a support ticket if online support is not available for some reason.


3. Using Windows Explorer to access My.dir contents through FTP feature

 

1) First make sure Transporter is set to allow FTP connections to the server

3.1

2) You can access My.dir folder of your Transporter account by entering ftp://localhost in the Explorer bar or by double-clicking My.dir desktop shortcut (if you’ve created it)

3.2

 

4. Using NetDrive to mount My.dir as a hard-drive letter

1) Download and install NetDrive ( http://netdrive.net/ ) on your PC.

2) Add a new site called My.dir (you can name whatever you desire) and enter localhost or 127.0.0.1 in the Site IP/URL field and check the tick-box “Connect as anonymous” if you don’t want to use authorization every time. Rest options should be left preconfigured.

4.1

3) Just click on Connect button and newly assigned drive will get popup in Explorer automatically. Or you can manually open it by clicking on drive letter in My Computer.

4.2

Now you can do many cool tasks with NetDrive mounted My.dir like watching movies using windows media player directly without downloading, open a RAR archive and extract just one file directly from server to your computer, or run any .exe files in from your Windows explorer etc. You can even use DOS-prompt to use commands like copy, xcopy and dir.

For playing movie, you just need to double-click the movie file on your My.dir drive explorer and it will run in your default Media player on PC.

5. Web Interface (My Folder/My.dir)

5.0
The Web Interface (My.dir) is where you can download and view all of your files stored on server. It also enables you to manage them, for example, deleting, moving, renaming, or uploading your files to other File-hosters. It supports single and multi-file actions. To select multiple files, simply click the checkboxes on the left over the files you wish to select. You can even create custom folders to manage your files with ease. Move your files between different folders using my.dir in browser or in explorer by mounting it with NetDrive. Also, column header can be clicked to toggle file list ordering either by name, size or time in the ascending or descending order respectively.


5.1 File URL

5.1.1

 

This feature allows you to enter an http or ftp link (an online file) and either transfers it to your web folder or upload it to an available upload location.

 

5.1.2

You can download multiple files by clicking more button and entering as many links (max. limit 50 files at once) you wish to download to your web folder. You can even check links for the availability before downloading them.

 

5.1.3


5.2 Usage Statistics

5.2

The usage statistics display disk space used by the files stored on the server. It also has information on available disk space to user, such as percentage bar and exact value remaining. The above stats may vary depending on the premium account subscribed by user.

5.3 Toolbar

5.3

This toolbar exists so users can modify how they view files, as well as various methods of selecting multiple files. The buttons are as follows:

All Selects all files/folders in the list (Note: hidden files are not selected).

None – Deselects the current selection.

Invert – Switches the user’s current selection to make the opposite files selected.

Mask +/- – Either selects or deselects any files that match the pattern defined by the user.

Multi – User can select multiple files by entering their names in the selection window. (Note: file names are case-sensitive).

Hide/Unhide – Temporarily hides files/folders from view. This is useful when managing a selected group of files/folders. (Note: Hidden files will not be visible until you press Unhide button).

Note: Users can create a new directory/folder by using mkdir button on the top right hand side of the toolbar. Users can also move their files between different folders using My.dir in browser or in Explorer by mounting it with previously mentioned NetDrive.


5.4 File Actions

5.4.1.1
5.4.1 Multiple File Actions
To enable efficient multi-file management, this menu allows users to process more than one file at a time.

The available options are as follows (from top to bottom):

Extract Links (Ctrl+E) – Opens a popup window with a list of all the selected files download links.

Delete (Ctrl+Del) – Permanently remove the currently selected files/folders. (Note: a confirmation message will appear).

Rename (Ctrl+R) – Enables users to use smart rename for multiple files/folders.

Move (Ctrl+V) – Lets you move your files/folders within your web folder with ease.

Merge Folders (Ctrl+M) – You can merge selected files/folder to the specified folder. (Note: If folder doesn’t exist it will be created).

Generate MD5 (Ctrl+H) – Opens a popup window with a list of all the selected files MD5 hash codes.

5.4.1.2

RAR Pack (Ctrl+P) – Compress selected files into a RAR archive. (Optionally you can set different compression mode, add password to the archive, split it to the size you want, or can even add archive comments just like WinRAR).

5.4.1.3

RAR Unpack (Ctrl+U) – Uncompress the selected RAR files. (You can even extract only selected files from the archive without being had to extract full archive).

5.4.1.4

Join Files (Ctrl+J) – Rejoin split files (usually .001, .002… extensions) to their original extension.

Multiupload (Ctrl+L) – Feature yet to be implemented!

5.4.2 Single File ActionsThese file actions are designed to allow a user to quickly administrate single file.

5.4.2.1

The available options are as follows (from left to right):

Download – Download current file to your PC using any browser or your favourite download manager like Flashget, DAP, or IDM etc. with full RESUME support and blazingly fast download speeds. (Note: Speeds may vary accordingly as per different Transporter subscription plans).


Upload –
Upload current file to any of your favourite file hosting services like Rapidshare, Megaupload, Megashares etc. even without visiting that website! You can even directly upload to your premium or collector account by entering appropriate account information at the File Upload page within My.dir itself. After each successful upload, download links to that file hosts are made available to you for easy distribution.


Split –
Splits the current file into multiple parts on-the-fly and generates download links useful for Remote Uploading to File-hosters like Rapidshare, Megaupload etc. You can even rejoin the split files using Total Commander or HJSplit when downloaded to your PC. (Note: This method does not compress files).

5.4.2.2

 

Generate MD5 Hash – Generates MD5 Hash code of the current file.

 

Rename – Rename the current file.

 

Delete – Delete the current file.


5.5 Notes

5.5

The Notes system allows users to save individual file notes or comments. Each file has a notepad icon (right of the file name) which indicates the file’s note status. A blue icon shows that a note exists for that file; a gray icon represents a file without note and an edit icon shows you are in edit note mode. By clicking either of the notepad icons, users can enter edit mode. In edit mode, users can view, edit or remove the note. Notes can be passwords, descriptions, tags or whatever one can imagine as text.


5.6 Account Information

5.6

This portion contains the Transporter account information based on your currently subscribed plan. It also shows your current traffic usage viz. download, upload and premium. These traffic limits renew every day at a time matched to user’s local time zone.


5.7 Scramble Links

 

If you enable Scramble Links option, the download links become “encrypted” i.e. garbled with randomized characters prior to downloading from server to PC. If this option is ON, it is likely your ISP will not be able to trace what files you download!


5.8 Direct Links

 

This option turns all the download links in My.dir as “direct” i.e. anyone can download files without needing authorization. Useful if you need to share your files with your friends/family without letting them know your login info.


6. Set up Download Manager for downloading files to PC using Premium option

 

6.0.1

 

6.0.2

 

First make sure that Transporter is all set to allow using 127.0.0.1:2008 as Premium proxy. In the next part will be described how to set up your favourite download manager to use premium proxy for downloading files from various supported One-click Hoster sites directly to your computer.


6.1 Setting up Flashget

1) From the FlashGet Menu Bar, select Tools and click Options.

6.1.1

2) Under Options window, select Proxy tab and click Add button.

6.1.2

3) In the Proxy Settings window, select HTTP <Get> option and enter 127.0.0.1 as Server and 2008 as Port information. You can name the proxy title as per your wish. Afterwards, Press OK to confirm the settings and return to Proxy tab.

6.1.3

4) Now select the new proxy you just created and click on HTTP Default checkbox and confirm your selection by pressing OK button.

6.1.5

Congratulations! FlashGet is now set to enjoy premium downloads from supported hosts like Rapidshare, Megaupload etc. using Transporter Premium feature. (Note: You can only download until your daily Premium Traffic limit of your subscription is reached!)

6.2 Setting up Internet Download Manager (IDM)

1) From the IDM Menu Bar, select Downloads and click Options.

6.2.2

2) In the Configuration window, select Proxy tab and click on Use HTTP Proxy checkbox. Enter 127.0.0.1 as Proxy and 2008 as Port information and confirm your entries by pressing OK button.

6.2.2

Congratulations! Internet Download Manager is now set to enjoy premium downloads from supported hosts like Rapidshare, Megaupload etc. using Transporter Premium feature. (Note: You can only download until your daily Premium Traffic limit of your subscription is reached!)

 

6.2.3


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