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Hello,

 

I'm encountering some issues with the DNS phase that keep running again and again. I found a topic that propose to disable "check AIR VPN DNS" so i did that but when i try to log on a server, lets say english for exemple. I use https://ipleak.net/ to check to see if it is working and whatever server i pick, it keep telling me i'm in netherland. 

 

I would like to understand why this is happening and why do i have to disable in setting to make this work ? I often get kind of issues with DNS phase and the one with "check if the tunnel work" that i disabled aswell. 

 

I'm not sure to understand the technical aspects as i'm kind of a beginner in this field compare to the knowledge i can see around here. 

 

As the title say, i'm on OS X, i downloaded the last version of eddie, i tried different servers but none of them work without disabling what i said. 

 

Sorry for my english and i hope i was clear enough. Don't hesitate to ask me questions for the obscure parts. 

 

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Also having this issue. Checking route don't match. Disconnect, reconnect, checking route don't match. Over and over and no connection. I have the latest Eddie. This problem occurs every other day. On days it occurs, I have to forgo VPN. Hoping someone has a viable solution.

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Also having this issue. Checking route don't match. Disconnect, reconnect, checking route don't match. Over and over and no connection. I have the latest Eddie. This problem occurs every other day. On days it occurs, I have to forgo VPN. Hoping someone has a viable solution.

 

Hello!

 

If the problem persists please try the following setup in Eddie (preferably 2.12.4):

 

- untick "Check if the tunnel works" in "AirVPN" > "Preferences" > "Advanced"

- untick "Check Air VPN DNS" in "AirVPN" > "Preferences" > "DNS"

- untick "Enable Pinger / Latency tests" in "AirVPN" > "Preferences" > "Advanced"

- enable Network Lock

 

Please feel free to keep us posted.

 

Kind regards

 

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Something similar here on Ubuntu.

Connecting to Velorum: DNS check fails and then disconnection

Other servers: Connection OK but DNS leaks

 

DNS leaks do not exist in GNU/Linux. In Ubuntu 17, NetworkManager might be configured to modify frequently resolv.conf and overwrites changes made by Eddie. Make sure to disable this feature by adding in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf the following line in the [main] section:

 

dns=none

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Is it normal to have to disable all these things to make it work ? Doesn't it change some things that can cause issues ? Because if these weren't needed, why do they exist ? 

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Also having this issue. Checking route don't match. Disconnect, reconnect, checking route don't match. Over and over and no connection. I have the latest Eddie. This problem occurs every other day. On days it occurs, I have to forgo VPN. Hoping someone has a viable solution.

 

Hello!

 

If the problem persists please try the following setup in Eddie (preferably 2.12.4):

 

- untick "Check if the tunnel works" in "AirVPN" > "Preferences" > "Advanced"

- untick "Check Air VPN DNS" in "AirVPN" > "Preferences" > "DNS"

- untick "Enable Pinger / Latency tests" in "AirVPN" > "Preferences" > "Advanced"

- enable Network Lock

 

Please feel free to keep us posted.

 

Kind regards

 

Thanks, it works. :-)

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