To cross the fucking firewall, we need some handy tools.
Two good clients for Mac:
Add new subscription
ClashX is easy to set up. It supports subscription URL. To add a new
Config --> Remote Config --> Manage, click
Add. In the
popped up window, fill in the remote subscription URL, and give the config a
name in the field
Config Name. Click
Check the proxy ports it provides
Help --> Ports, ClashX will show the HTTP and socks5 ports it provides.
It requires more setup than ClashX since it is more configurable. First, we need to install Qv2ray.
Set up v2ray core
Extract the compressed file. Then click
Preferences and go to
Kernel Settings page, set the
V2ray Core Executable Path and
V2ray Assets Directory (it contains the file
geosite.dat) to the file we just extracted.
On macOS, we can also use brew to install v2ray (
brew install v2ray). The
v2ray executable is
/usr/local/bin/v2ray, and its resource is in
Click the button
Check V2ray Core Settings. If everything is fine, a popup window occurs, and tells you that:
V2Ray path configuration check passed.
Add a subscription URL
Show menu, click
Groups at the bottom. In the new Windows, click
Add new subscription on the bottom left. In the
Subscription Settings page on the right, check the button
This group is a subscription.
Fill in the subscription URL in the field
Subscription Address, and click the
Update Subscription to update the subscription.
Go back to the previous Window where all groups are listed. Double click the group we have added, it will show all the connections for this group. Click a connection, and right click to bring up the context menu. Then click
Connect to this.
Check the proxy ports
Preferences menu, then click
Inbound Settings in the Preferences window. In the
SOCKS Settings and
HTTP Settings part, we can set up the port to be used for SOCKS and HTTP.
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