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  4. It's very very annoying ! Connected Caph Netherlands Netherlands Россия Москва - На основе ваших предыдущих действий - Обновить I'm Dutch.
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  6. This is normal for Google. Since geoIP is such a mess, they don't completely trust what geoIP databases report. Instead they use the data they get from browsers visiting from each IP and try to guess if some IP is now being used elsewhere. Since Russia is currently heavily censoring internet access, AirVPN likely has a lot of Russian users who happen to be using NL servers. Google detects a lot of users with Russian locale are using NL node IPs -> they start offering Russian site by default. Not sure if there are workarounds for this, other than logging in. But this is not a sign of compromise, so no need to be paranoid. If Russia really was listening, they wouldn't route traffic through Russia. ;)
  7. i see and have this problem myself... is this being worked on @Staff?
  8. I had never heard of wordfence before but it popped up when I acessed a sports gym site now from mobile. Definitely AirVPN related, it disappeared after turning off VPN 😟
  9. It works Connected using hummingbird (no joy with Eddie-cli for some reason), forwarded the appropriate port in client area and Ta Da !! Very straightforward truth be told
  10. Hi please help i have got problem to connect thru vpn got msg popup Unable to contact provider Airvpn to obtain bootstrap, I am using wifi routing is probobly by some cisco ap with portal page to login wifi.splash-access.com
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  12. @OpenSourcerer Many thanks - just what I needed to know - how to find the info in the logs when using openvpn and the understanding that wireguard has but one option. Cheers! 👍
  13. That's because it's always ChaCha20-Poly1305.
  14. Port can be selected so I'll find a HowTo for torrent clients and copy that Thank you
  15. I've been running Wiregaurd for the VPN for a while now and I have a question, In the config it does separate tables for IP 4 and IP 6, why isn't the inet family used instead? From the MAN pages: IPV4/IPV6/INET ADDRESS FAMILIES The IPv4/IPv6/Inet address families handle IPv4, IPv6 or both types of packets. They contain five hooks at different packet processing stages in the network stack. from the command prompt it looks like this for output: sudo nft list ruleset table inet filter { chain input { type filter hook input priority filter; policy accept; iif "lo" accept ct state established,related accept icmpv6 type { destination-unreachable, packet-too-big, time-exceeded, parameter-problem, echo-request, echo-reply, nd-router-solicit, nd-router-advert, nd-neighbor-solicit, nd-neighbor-advert, 148, 149 } accept ip6 saddr fe80::/10 icmpv6 type { mld-listener-query, mld-listener-report, mld-listener-done, mld2-listener-report, 151, 152, 153 } accept counter packets 242 bytes 43336 drop } } table ip6 wg-quick-tun0 { chain preraw { type filter hook prerouting priority raw; policy accept; iifname != "tun0" ip6 daddr fd7d:76ee:e68f:a993:6c33:1401:f02c:98a8 fib saddr type != local drop } chain premangle { type filter hook prerouting priority mangle; policy accept; meta l4proto udp meta mark set ct mark } chain postmangle { type filter hook postrouting priority mangle; policy accept; meta l4proto udp meta mark 0x0000ca6c ct mark set meta mark } } table ip wg-quick-tun0 { chain preraw { type filter hook prerouting priority raw; policy accept; iifname != "tun0" ip daddr 10.162.132.125 fib saddr type != local drop } chain premangle { type filter hook prerouting priority mangle; policy accept; meta l4proto udp meta mark set ct mark } chain postmangle { type filter hook postrouting priority mangle; policy accept; meta l4proto udp meta mark 0x0000ca6c ct mark set meta mark } } I'm just curious as why the inet wasn't used instead of the separate IP Families.
  16. @OpenSourcerer Many thanks for this. I had looked in the logs but was connecting using wireguard. Switched back to openvpn and now I see it. Excellent - many thanks again. So, I take it that wireguard does its own thing and doesn't spell out the encryption method in the logs? (Been using wireguard of late and really enjoying its performance...)
  17. Logs. Here's an example. 2022-09-29 21:56:00 Data Channel: using negotiated cipher 'AES-256-GCM' 2022-09-29 21:56:00 Outgoing Data Channel: Cipher 'AES-256-GCM' initialized with 256 bit key 2022-09-29 21:56:00 Incoming Data Channel: Cipher 'AES-256-GCM' initialized with 256 bit key Here, the traffic is encrypted using AES-256-GCM. This is negotiated, negotiation is default behavior, but one can explicitly set certain ciphers. They are found on the Specs page. If in doubt, OpenVPN always negotiates AES-256-GCM unless you're running a very old OpenVPN version, then it's CBC.
  18. No difference to BitTorrent clients, I believe. Though, if the ports are hardcoded, not sure if this will work.
  19. How is this restriction implemented?
  20. I'm using Eddie 2.21.8 on Windows 10 and I'm wondering where I can see which encryption method I'm using. I can see in the Prefs which protocol I'm using but I've hunted around and can't find anything on about the encryption method in this version of Eddie. I'm sure it's obvious...I ain't seein' it... 🧐
  21. Hi Don't know how many members off the community use Roon, but it's basically music library management with a SAS business model. One runs a server with the Roon core and listen to music on various devices on the LAN Roon has a new facility, called ARC. Essentially ARC on your phone connects to your Roon core at home and streams from there. So port forwarding is needed and a number of users, like me, are unkeen on punching holes in our FWs So I'm looking to run ARC over AirVPN using the port forwarding option available and see how I get on Has anyone else had a go with this or something similar? Cheers
  22. I've tried searching similar topic, but didn't find anything. So here's my issue: I have a PC, that I want to have remote access (ssh) to and I only want essential routes for VPN to work. It's connecting using wireguard and I have port 22 forwarding configured. When I configure the PC to route everything through VPN the ssh connection works fine (and airvpn port check reports port 22 is open). However when I restrict the route through VPN to 10.128.0.0/10 network it does not (and airvpn port check reports port 22 is closed). So the question basically is: When I have VPN address assigned from 10.128.0.0/10 network, what's the minimal set of routes for the port forwarding to work?
  23. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on that topic @OpenSourcerer 👍
  24. technical limitation, not my own
  25. Is that a technical limitation, or your own? Because 10.4.0.1 and whatever DNS server address is pushed are the same DNS servers.
  26. IG-11, OK, many thanks for letting me know. Perhaps someone from AirVPN will see this thread and provide an update on progress. Best Wishes.
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