Thank you for your quick answer. Meanwhile, I realized that I may have been imprecise. HTTPS works perfectly at work so the port 443 should be OK too (I’m so used to every site being on HTTPS nowadays that I had forgotten that it’s not on port 80 ), and I gather there are already relays listening on this port.
So I understand that I could have Syncthing work with 443 solely. Now my question is what parameters should I set or switch off in the web GUI? The documentation is thorough but, for some parameters in the GUI, it’s sometimes hard (for me) to see to what part of the doc they correspond to (for instance, it seems there is an ID to add when specifying a specific relay server but the documentaion is not written there yet). My aim is to configure Syncthing to the most “minimal” setting possible, meaning I want to keep the lowest profile inside the corporate environment (some sysadmins are grumpy!). What can I switch off among these:
- Enable NAT traversal
- Local Discovery
- Global Discovery
- Enable Relaying?
What should I write for
- Sync Protocol Listen Addresses
- Global Discovery Servers?
Regarding a device configuration, should I change the Addresses field in the Advanced tab?
Finally, should I change the Folder Type setting for a folder?