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An Advanced Web Panel • Built on Xray Core

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Disclaimer: This project is only for personal learning and communication, please do not use it for illegal purposes, please do not use it in a production environment

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Install & Upgrade

bash <(curl -Ls https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mhsanaei/3x-ui/master/install.sh)

Install Custom Version

To install your desired version, add the version to the end of the installation command. e.g., ver v2.3.0:

bash <(curl -Ls https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mhsanaei/3x-ui/master/install.sh) v2.3.0

SSL Certificate

Click for SSL Certificate

Cloudflare

The Management script has a built-in SSL certificate application for Cloudflare. To use this script to apply for a certificate, you need the following:

  • Cloudflare registered email
  • Cloudflare Global API Key
  • The domain name has been resolved to the current server through cloudflare

How to get the Cloudflare Global API Key:

  1. Run thex-uicommand on the terminal, then choose Cloudflare SSL Certificate.

  2. Visit the link https://dash.cloudflare.com/profile/api-tokens

  3. Click on View Global API Key (See the screenshot below)

  4. You may have to re-authenticate your account. After that, the API Key will be shown (See the screenshot below)

When using, just enter domain name, email, API KEY, the diagram is as follows:

Certbot

apt-get install certbot -y
certbot certonly --standalone --agree-tos --register-unsafely-without-email -d yourdomain.com
certbot renew --dry-run

Tip: Certbot is also built into the Management script. You can run the x-ui command, then choose SSL Certificate Management.

Manual Install & Upgrade

Click for manual install details

Usage

  1. To download the latest version of the compressed package directly to your server, run the following command:
ARCH=$(uname -m)
case "${ARCH}" in
  x86_64 | x64 | amd64) XUI_ARCH="amd64" ;;
  i*86 | x86) XUI_ARCH="386" ;;
  armv8* | armv8 | arm64 | aarch64) XUI_ARCH="arm64" ;;
  armv7* | armv7) XUI_ARCH="armv7" ;;
  armv6* | armv6) XUI_ARCH="armv6" ;;
  armv5* | armv5) XUI_ARCH="armv5" ;;
  s390x) echo 's390x' ;;
  *) XUI_ARCH="amd64" ;;
esac


wget https://github.com/MHSanaei/3x-ui/releases/latest/download/x-ui-linux-${XUI_ARCH}.tar.gz
  1. Once the compressed package is downloaded, execute the following commands to install or upgrade x-ui:
ARCH=$(uname -m)
case "${ARCH}" in
  x86_64 | x64 | amd64) XUI_ARCH="amd64" ;;
  i*86 | x86) XUI_ARCH="386" ;;
  armv8* | armv8 | arm64 | aarch64) XUI_ARCH="arm64" ;;
  armv7* | armv7) XUI_ARCH="armv7" ;;
  armv6* | armv6) XUI_ARCH="armv6" ;;
  armv5* | armv5) XUI_ARCH="armv5" ;;
  s390x) echo 's390x' ;;
  *) XUI_ARCH="amd64" ;;
esac

cd /root/
rm -rf x-ui/ /usr/local/x-ui/ /usr/bin/x-ui
tar zxvf x-ui-linux-${XUI_ARCH}.tar.gz
chmod +x x-ui/x-ui x-ui/bin/xray-linux-* x-ui/x-ui.sh
cp x-ui/x-ui.sh /usr/bin/x-ui
cp -f x-ui/x-ui.service /etc/systemd/system/
mv x-ui/ /usr/local/
systemctl daemon-reload
systemctl enable x-ui
systemctl restart x-ui

Install with Docker

Click for Docker details

Usage

  1. Install Docker:

    bash <(curl -sSL https://get.docker.com)
  2. Clone the Project Repository:

    git clone https://github.com/MHSanaei/3x-ui.git
    cd 3x-ui
  3. Start the Service

    docker compose up -d

    OR

    docker run -itd \
       -e XRAY_VMESS_AEAD_FORCED=false \
       -v $PWD/db/:/etc/x-ui/ \
       -v $PWD/cert/:/root/cert/ \
       --network=host \
       --restart=unless-stopped \
       --name 3x-ui \
       ghcr.io/mhsanaei/3x-ui:latest

update to latest version

 cd 3x-ui
 docker compose down
 docker compose pull 3x-ui
 docker compose up -d

remove 3x-ui from docker

 docker stop 3x-ui
 docker rm 3x-ui
 cd --
 rm -r 3x-ui

Recommended OS

  • Ubuntu 20.04+
  • Debian 11+
  • CentOS 8+
  • Fedora 36+
  • Arch Linux
  • Parch Linux
  • Manjaro
  • Armbian
  • AlmaLinux 9+
  • Rocky Linux 9+
  • Oracle Linux 8+

Supported Architectures and Devices

Click for Supported Architectures and devices details

Our platform offers compatibility with a diverse range of architectures and devices, ensuring flexibility across various computing environments. The following are key architectures that we support:

  • amd64: This prevalent architecture is the standard for personal computers and servers, accommodating most modern operating systems seamlessly.

  • x86 / i386: Widely adopted in desktop and laptop computers, this architecture enjoys broad support from numerous operating systems and applications, including but not limited to Windows, macOS, and Linux systems.

  • armv8 / arm64 / aarch64: Tailored for contemporary mobile and embedded devices, such as smartphones and tablets, this architecture is exemplified by devices like Raspberry Pi 4, Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi Zero 2/Zero 2 W, Orange Pi 3 LTS, and more.

  • armv7 / arm / arm32: Serving as the architecture for older mobile and embedded devices, it remains widely utilized in devices like Orange Pi Zero LTS, Orange Pi PC Plus, Raspberry Pi 2, among others.

  • armv6 / arm / arm32: Geared towards very old embedded devices, this architecture, while less prevalent, is still in use. Devices such as Raspberry Pi 1, Raspberry Pi Zero/Zero W, rely on this architecture.

  • armv5 / arm / arm32: An older architecture primarily associated with early embedded systems, it is less common today but may still be found in legacy devices like early Raspberry Pi versions and some older smartphones.

  • s390x: This architecture is commonly used in IBM mainframe computers and offers high performance and reliability for enterprise workloads.

Languages

  • English
  • Farsi
  • Chinese
  • Russian
  • Vietnamese
  • Spanish
  • Indonesian
  • Ukrainian

Features

  • System Status Monitoring
  • Search within all inbounds and clients
  • Dark/Light theme
  • Supports multi-user and multi-protocol
  • Supports protocols, including VMess, VLESS, Trojan, Shadowsocks, Dokodemo-door, Socks, HTTP, wireguard
  • Supports XTLS native Protocols, including RPRX-Direct, Vision, REALITY
  • Traffic statistics, traffic limit, expiration time limit
  • Customizable Xray configuration templates
  • Supports HTTPS access panel (self-provided domain name + SSL certificate)
  • Supports One-Click SSL certificate application and automatic renewal
  • For more advanced configuration items, please refer to the panel
  • Fixes API routes (user setting will be created with API)
  • Supports changing configs by different items provided in the panel.
  • Supports export/import database from the panel

Default Settings

Click for default settings details

Information

Click for WARP configuration details

Usage

If you want to use routing to WARP before v2.1.0 follow steps as below:

1. Install WARP on SOCKS Proxy Mode:

bash <(curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hamid-gh98/x-ui-scripts/main/install_warp_proxy.sh)

2. If you already installed warp, you can uninstall using below command:

warp u

3. Turn on the config you need in panel

Config Features:

  • Block Ads
  • Route Google + Netflix + Spotify + OpenAI (ChatGPT) to WARP
  • Fix Google 403 error

IP Limit

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Usage

Note: IP Limit won't work correctly when using IP Tunnel

  • For versions up to v1.6.1:

    • IP limit is built-in into the panel.
  • For versions v1.7.0 and newer:

    • To make IP Limit work properly, you need to install fail2ban and its required files by following these steps:

      1. Use the x-ui command inside the shell.
      2. Select IP Limit Management.
      3. Choose the appropriate options based on your needs.
    • make sure you have ./access.log on your Xray Configuration after v2.1.3 we have an option for it

      "log": {
        "access": "./access.log",
        "dnsLog": false,
        "loglevel": "warning"
      },

Telegram Bot

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Usage

The web panel supports daily traffic, panel login, database backup, system status, client info, and other notification and functions through the Telegram Bot. To use the bot, you need to set the bot-related parameters in the panel, including:

  • Telegram Token
  • Admin Chat ID(s)
  • Notification Time (in cron syntax)
  • Expiration Date Notification
  • Traffic Cap Notification
  • Database Backup
  • CPU Load Notification

Reference syntax:

  • 30 \* \* \* \* \* - Notify at the 30s of each point
  • 0 \*/10 \* \* \* \* - Notify at the first second of each 10 minutes
  • @hourly - Hourly notification
  • @daily - Daily notification (00:00 in the morning)
  • @weekly - weekly notification
  • @every 8h - Notify every 8 hours

Telegram Bot Features

  • Report periodic
  • Login notification
  • CPU threshold notification
  • Threshold for Expiration time and Traffic to report in advance
  • Support client report menu if client's telegram username added to the user's configurations
  • Support telegram traffic report searched with UUID (VMESS/VLESS) or Password (TROJAN) - anonymously
  • Menu based bot
  • Search client by email ( only admin )
  • Check all inbounds
  • Check server status
  • Check depleted users
  • Receive backup by request and in periodic reports
  • Multi language bot

Setting up Telegram bot

  • Start Botfather in your Telegram account: Botfather

  • Create a new Bot using /newbot command: It will ask you 2 questions, A name and a username for your bot. Note that the username has to end with the word "bot". Create new bot

  • Start the bot you've just created. You can find the link to your bot here. token

  • Enter your panel and config Telegram bot settings like below: Panel Config

Enter your bot token in input field number 3. Enter the user ID in input field number 4. The Telegram accounts with this id will be the bot admin. (You can enter more than one, Just separate them with ,)

  • How to get Telegram user ID? Use this bot, Start the bot and it will give you the Telegram user ID. User ID

API Routes

Click for API routes details

Usage

  • /login with POST user data: {username: '', password: ''} for login
  • /panel/api/inbounds base for following actions:
Method Path Action
GET "/list" Get all inbounds
GET "/get/:id" Get inbound with inbound.id
GET "/getClientTraffics/:email" Get Client Traffics with email
GET "/createbackup" Telegram bot sends backup to admins
POST "/add" Add inbound
POST "/del/:id" Delete Inbound
POST "/update/:id" Update Inbound
POST "/clientIps/:email" Client Ip address
POST "/clearClientIps/:email" Clear Client Ip address
POST "/addClient" Add Client to inbound
POST "/:id/delClient/:clientId" Delete Client by clientId*
POST "/updateClient/:clientId" Update Client by clientId*
POST "/:id/resetClientTraffic/:email" Reset Client's Traffic
POST "/resetAllTraffics" Reset traffics of all inbounds
POST "/resetAllClientTraffics/:id" Reset traffics of all clients in an inbound
POST "/delDepletedClients/:id" Delete inbound depleted clients (-1: all)
POST "/onlines" Get Online users ( list of emails )

*- The field clientId should be filled by:

  • client.id for VMESS and VLESS

  • client.password for TROJAN

  • client.email for Shadowsocks

  • API Documentation

  • Run In Postman

Environment Variables

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Usage

Variable Type Default
XUI_LOG_LEVEL "debug" | "info" | "warn" | "error" "info"
XUI_DEBUG boolean false
XUI_BIN_FOLDER string "bin"
XUI_DB_FOLDER string "/etc/x-ui"
XUI_LOG_FOLDER string "/var/log"

Example:

XUI_BIN_FOLDER="bin" XUI_DB_FOLDER="/etc/x-ui" go build main.go

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A Special Thanks to

Acknowledgment

  • Iran v2ray rules (License: GPL-3.0): Enhanced v2ray/xray and v2ray/xray-clients routing rules with built-in Iranian domains and a focus on security and adblocking.
  • Vietnam Adblock rules (License: GPL-3.0): A hosted domain hosted in Vietnam and blocklist with the most efficiency for Vietnamese.

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