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How to sell V2Ray on whmcs, a VPN using TLS technology, bypassing censorship (Second Part)
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How to sell V2Ray on whmcs, a VPN using TLS technology, bypassing censorship (Second Part)

In the previous part, we have made it possible for WHMCS to sell V2Ray, we added some extension files to WHMCS, and created a database for recording customer usage records (traffic) and connected it to whmcs

If you did not read the previous tutorial, please read it first

Next, we will begin to deploy the v2ray node and proceed to the next step

Also, I realized that the necessary pictures are missing in the tutorial, I will use more pictures to explain how to do it

Deploy V2Ray node

Here, I will only explain how to deploy two types of nodes, tcp+tls and ws+tls, because I think only these two types of encryption can protect data from being decrypted by censorship

Before deployment, we need to prepare something

  • domain name
  • tls certificate

domain name

There are many ways to obtain a domain name. It can be paid or free. For this, I don't have any recommendations. However, if you want to deploy ws+tls type nodes and use cloudflare to pass traffic, you should choose a paid domain name, because cloudflare's free plan does not seem to support free domain names anymore

tls certificate

In order to implement tls, we must use ssl certificate. Please note that please do not use the certificate issued by yourself. I will explain the specific reason in the following text

I recommend that you apply for a certificate for each node, you can use Let's Encrypt to issue

If you want to simplify the deployment steps, I recommend you to use a wildcard certificate, which can be used on all nodes and is issued by Let's Encrypt

Issue a certificate

Before issuing the certificate, please resolve a subdomain name to the node where you need to deploy the v2ray server

When you are sure that the domain name resolution has taken effect, please use the following command to issue the certificate

This code can be used in ubuntu and debian, if you use centos, please replace apt with yum

sudo apt update
sudo apt -y install openssl cron socat curl unzip
curl | sh
sudo ~/ --issue -d --standalone --keylength ec-256
mkdir V2Ray
sudo ~/ --installcert -d --ecc \
--fullchain-file /root/V2Ray/v2ray.crt \
--key-file /root/V2Ray/v2ray.key

You may notice that this piece of code creates a V2Ray folder and places the certificate in this folder

Install v2ray

Therefore, what we need to do next is to upload the three files in the backend folder in the current file to the V2Ray folder

After completing this step, we can see the following files in the V2Ray folder

Next, we need to install v2ray, which is very simple, please use the following command directly to install

apt update && apt install curl
curl -O
chmod +x

Modify the configuration file


The config.json file contains the database connection information, please modify the relevant data in the file to the information of the database established above


The v2ray.json file defines the operating mode of v2ray, which is a relatively complex file, please refer to the picture

You can block some websites and services in the v2ray backend, such as child pornography or bt downloads

Test run

Please give v2raym running permission first, and then test whether it can run normally
Below is the code

cd /root/V2Ray
chmod +x v2raym

When the situation in the picture appears and there is no red prompt, it indicates that v2ray is running normally

Daemon, running


  • In the actual situation, we need the v2ray program to run uninterruptedly and be able to automatically start after the server restarts unexpectedly. I recommend using supervisor
    Below is the code

    sudo apt -y install supervisor
    sudo chmod 777 /var/run
    sudo chmod 777 /etc/supervisor
    echo '[program:v2ray1]
    command = /root/V2Ray/v2raym
    directory = /root/V2Ray
    user = root
    autostart = true
    autorestart = true
    '>> /etc/supervisor/conf.d/v2ray1.conf
    killall -HUP supervisord

    Thanked by 1xetsys
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