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  3. I am running Windows 8.1. When I try to connect to a server Eddie tries to install TAP driver 9.23.3. The installation always fails with an error message. I did see a message once that the driver was signed by Microsoft for some versions of Windows, but not the version I am using. I see on the Openvpn site that they have different download versions to address this problem. I believe a version of the driver signed for Windows 8.1 is needed.
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  5. If you choose a country other than your own as egress point, you're adding another layer of security. But in the end i don't think it matters much, as all traffic is encrypted and obfuscated.
  6. I think it is meant to be easier for a goverment to request data from within its own borders
  7. change algorithm to latency, not speed. Air has never answered why they rate servers in this way for USA users.
  8. 10.4.0.1 is the DNS but I can't get dns resolver or forwarder to use that and it's especially a pain if you have policy routing - some clients using the VPN and others not. What I do is turn off resolver and forwarder in pfsense and use DHCP to assign the DNS I want to use to clients. I use firewall rules to enforce that clients use the DNS I want them to use.
  9. It’s all down to processing power inside the router. The 66 has a similar processor to the 56 I replaced, so those numbers sound about right to me.
  10. I'm on 40mbit Fibre and get full speed with an "old" RT-AC66U but when I switch VPN on this drops to around 13mps. Is there really such a big difference between mine and the 86U or is mine running way slower than it can? Basically I'd be happy with 40mbit thorugh VPN if my 66U is capable, if not I'll have to bite the bullet and upgrade.
  11. "I'm also interest in the SOCK5 proxy option, I use Netguard and have the same problem stated above." Idem ! +1 What can we do ?
  12. Thanks for that, worked. What's the DNS server we're supposed to be using? Status>OpenVPN says it's up, but I can't do the dnslookup to airvpn.org
  13. Last week
  14. I'm a newbie at all this, so please excuse me if this is something already known to you all. In the Eddie client screen, when I take a look at available servers to connect to, the scoring seems to be heavily oriented towards Canada. None of the USA servers have even a one star rating even though they should certainly be closer to me (north Florida, USA) than any of the other selections. So I am assuming that none of the USA servers will ever be selected if I just let Eddie make the decision on who to connect to. So why the low rating to basically exclude the USA servers from an automated selection?
  15. Well, I just found out the beta was updated about 5 minutes ago so I just barely updated to it.. For beta 1 though, after almost a week or so, I dont even notice Eddie running at all. It just WORKS and stays out of the way and never bothers me. I had it randomly disconnect Saturday night on its own for whatever reason but eh, I jumped right back on and it was fine. Just finished installing the beta and getting connected, launchd is working perfect, I didnt even get asked for my password and here I am typing.
  16. As far as i know. you can torrent on any server you want without getting any notice from your ISP. However, AirVPN recommends that you dont connect to a server in the same country you are in. Why? i dont know, i just read it on the mobile app (Eddie)
  17. Hey all, I'm excited to start using AirVPN. I'm running into a couple of issues. When I try connecting with IPv6 enabled it gets stuck and never connects. When I try connecting with just IPv4, it works! However the download and upload are both 0 bits. When I try using network lock with the IPv4 connection, it worsens even further by disabling even web browser connection. I can connect to the web when using only IPv4, but not when network lock is activated. (I'm activating network lock and then connecting to the VPN) Is the speed supposed to read only how much is being used currently? If so that's not a problem. I still would like to be able to use network lock. I noticed NordVPN in my network adapters could that interfere? Log files included. Edit: Hey sorry everyone seems to be working now! Thanks. Edit2: Well IPv4, still no dice on IPv6. Will this be a detriment? ipv4 network lock.txt ipv4 no lock.txt ipv6 no lock.txt ipv6 lock.txt
  18. Hello! Username and password are encrypted, and not simply obfuscated, before they leave your system in Eddie desktop editions as well. However this thread is reserved to Eddie Android edition: please report your evidence on the threads dedicated to Eddie desktop edition at your convenience for thorough investigations. Kind regards
  19. Hi Maybe a dumb question but I've been using airvpn for years but i have always use a server in Canada because i wasn't sure if servers in the US are as 'safe/secure'. Is there really any difference? Is it safe to use servers in the US for torrenting? I think my speeds and latency might be better if i used a closer server. thanks in advance.
  20. Well, same problem here. Everything runs fine for weeks / months. But since a few days i have bandwith problems while using VPN. Actually connected to Adhara, download speed is around 35 mbit. upload around 30 mbit.. my connection brings up to 95 mbit download and 38 mbit upload while outside the vpn. this happens every few days. what i do is then: open web-gui (merlin-wrt on asus ac86u). go to vpn tab -> vpn client -> disable vpn and enable after 1 minute again. so my router connects to another server in germany and everything is fine for a few hours (Using udp port 443 entry 3 for tls crypt). i just checked the traffic on adhara in these minutes - its fine. actually @70-80 mbit from 1000. so what could be my problem?
  21. Ok that's fine on Android - I wasn't sure if the process was the same between clients. But I saw this on the latest version for Windows. I was running it on Windows 10. So what's the deal there, is there a way of obfuscating username?
  22. Hello! On Eddie Android Edition it is impossible. We need evidence as username/password pair is encrypted BEFORE leaving the system (check yourself on the source code and through deep packet inspection tools) so at the moment we must rule out what you say, in Eddie Android edition. Kind regards
  23. I wish I'd taken a screenshot as I no longer work there, but in effect the fortinet was able to determine my airvpn username. I'm making assumptions about headers in packets as I have no idea how, but in the IPS or IDS section, it literally had my tunnel listed and my email address username shown. Hence I've been assuming that when the VPN authentication happens, there's something that allows username to be parsed. Hope that makes more sense
  24. I spent some time messing with Eddie for Android source code (thanks to the fact it's all open source!) and trying to "implement" a finger print feature will likely involve quite a bit of work. My idea was to display the finger print icon when the login box appears (or, maybe protect the entire app behind the finger print). However, technically this will be a challenge since the new BiometricPrompt API is for Android P (and trying to get everything working with Gradle resulted in various conflicts). Of course, you can use older methods but this should really be a feature for those on P and above since it has all of this built in now. There are other features I want to experiment with too (like a quick settings tile!), but I'm no Android dev and I'm just Googling as I go basically :P
  25. Hello! Thank you for your suggestions. First and second ones are clear. We would like to clarify the third one. Your username, e-mail or password are never exposed, during any interaction with our "auth" or "bootstrap" servers, while with the VPN servers they are not even sent out (they are not necessary to connect to our VPN servers). Also, you can prevent Fortinet to understand that an OpenVPN tunnel has been built by using "tls-crypt", which is anyway the default Eddie setting. tls-crypt mode encrypts the whole OpenVPN Control Channel, so it is actually a pure TLS connection. It is available to entry-IP addresses 3 and 4 of our VPN servers. Please feel free to clarify what you mean with "changing headers for the VPN" at your convenience, we're afraid we don't understand. Kind regards
  26. The external port is mapped to the public IP of an AirVPN server (but internally) and forwarded to the internal IP of a client on 10.x.0.0/16. The VPN client never gets to know the AirVPN server's public IP and will get connections from your IP address on 10.x.0.0/16. So you need to forward them from 10.x to ASUS in case of option 2. Why exactly would a request come in from the ISP line? After connection you need to use AirVPN server's public IP to connect to your NAS, of course. To make it easier, DDNS exists, where you type in a name when forwarding a port and after this you'd reach your NAS with name.airdns.org:port.
  27. You can stop here, as you can only have 20 ports forwarded at the same time.
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