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Once you have setup the tunnel, it is equivalent to having monerod running in localhost. It is transparent for monero-wallet-cli and monero-wallet-gui.

The only difference, that i noticed so far, is that it doesn't accurately detect network failures, as the connexion with the tunnel manager stays up.

You can see herehere an example of setup using stunnel.

Once you have setup the tunnel, it is equivalent to having monerod running in localhost. It is transparent for monero-wallet-cli and monero-wallet-gui.

The only difference, that i noticed so far, is that it doesn't accurately detect network failures, as the connexion with the tunnel manager stays up.

You can see here an example of setup using stunnel.

Once you have setup the tunnel, it is equivalent to having monerod running in localhost. It is transparent for monero-wallet-cli and monero-wallet-gui.

The only difference, that i noticed so far, is that it doesn't accurately detect network failures, as the connexion with the tunnel manager stays up.

You can see here an example of setup using stunnel.

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Once you have setup the tunnel, it is equivalent to having monerod running in localhost. It is transparent for monero-wallet-cli and monero-wallet-gui.

The only difference, that i noticed so far, is that it doesn't accurately detect network failures, as the connexion with the tunnel manager stays up.

You can see here an example of setup using stunnel.