Recently, serendipitously guided by YouTube’s recommended videos, I stumbled upon a new creation within the Xray realm: REALITY.
To be candid, my current architecture still clings to the system of the year 2020. It operates on the foundation of Docker and Watchtower, ensuring seamless automated updates. It has remained steadfast for two years, encountering no significant issues, except for a minor April tweak to facilitate WARP for accessing ChatGPT.
The last time I closely followed Xray-related developments was during the “forking watermelon” days of 2021. Hence, I embarked on a journey to the Xray project to uncover the latest advancements. Regrettably, the official website offers limited insights, prompting me to navigate through various issues to glean traces of progress.
Following a cost assessment of the migration process, I transitioned from V2Ray to Xray. The overarching architectural framework remains unchanged – it still relies on Nginx for traffic distribution. The alteration pertains to the underlying network tools, and I took the liberty to introduce a few new protocols (VLESS, Vision, gRPC) along the way.