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I cannot connect with two laptops simultaneously from the same WiFi. Whenever I have a session with one laptop and try to connect with another one, the connection on the first laptop is lost. Under Client Area -> Overview, I never see two sessions. I am using two different MacBooks (Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11) and Tunnelblick with one configuration file to the exactly same VPN server.


Please help. Thank you!

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Using the same server is not possible. You need to use different servers.

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