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[Linux Mint] No internet without AirVPN connection, AirVPN client does show servers

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I am experiencing a problem on my Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon 64-bit, GNOME. I use the AirVPN client.

 

Recently, my AirVPN subscription expired (I plan on extending it). Occasionally when I boot my system, I can't establish a connection to the internet until I connect to an AirVPN server. Since my subscription expired, I can't remedy this issue now by connecting to an AirVPN server. The AirVPN client does show the servers.

 

How can I remedy this issue and gain access to the internet without being connected to an AirVPN server?

 

- IPv4 DNS *is* set to automatic

- Firewall is currently off

 

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I am experiencing a problem on my Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon 64-bit, GNOME. I use the AirVPN client. Recently, my AirVPN subscription expired (I plan on extending it). Occasionally when I boot my system, I can't establish a connection to the internet until I connect to an AirVPN server. Since my subscription expired, I can't remedy this issue now by connecting to an AirVPN server. The AirVPN client does show the servers. How can I remedy this issue and gain access to the internet without being connected to an AirVPN server? - IPv4 DNS *is* set to automatic - Firewall is currently off

If you used Eddie,try to "Deactivate networklock".For this you have to start Eddie again.Sometimes i forget the internet lock also .

​Gr,Casper


xmpp.airvpn.org ; D70D4969 808093D5 ED232F8A 1764CFBC C020509B

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Uninstall Eddie ,

In Menu search "Sources" Verify than eddie is removed from depots and authentification keys too.

Reinstall Eddie

That's all folk ;o)

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I am experiencing a problem on my Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon 64-bit, GNOME. I use the AirVPN client. Recently, my AirVPN subscription expired (I plan on extending it). Occasionally when I boot my system, I can't establish a connection to the internet until I connect to an AirVPN server. Since my subscription expired, I can't remedy this issue now by connecting to an AirVPN server. The AirVPN client does show the servers. How can I remedy this issue and gain access to the internet without being connected to an AirVPN server? - IPv4 DNS *is* set to automatic - Firewall is currently off

If you used Eddie,try to "Deactivate networklock".For this you have to start Eddie again.Sometimes i forget the internet lock also .

​Gr,Casper

 

I verified the lock was off.

 

 

Uninstall Eddie ,

In Menu search "Sources" Verify than eddie is removed from depots and authentification keys too.

Reinstall Eddie

That's all folk ;o)

 

After uninstalling AirVPN, and deleting the ~/.airvpn folder, and making sure Sources is OK, the problem still persists.

 

After reinstalling Eddie after this, the provblem still persists.

 

EDIT: [sOLVED]

 

I stumbled upon this thread (yes, I searched before creating this thread, however, I did not find said thread). The method detailed in this thread remedied my issue!

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I am experiencing a problem on my Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon 64-bit, GNOME. I use the AirVPN client. Recently, my AirVPN subscription expired (I plan on extending it). Occasionally when I boot my system, I can't establish a connection to the internet until I connect to an AirVPN server. Since my subscription expired, I can't remedy this issue now by connecting to an AirVPN server. The AirVPN client does show the servers. How can I remedy this issue and gain access to the internet without being connected to an AirVPN server? - IPv4 DNS *is* set to automatic - Firewall is currently off

If you used Eddie,try to "Deactivate networklock".For this you have to start Eddie again.Sometimes i forget the internet lock also .

​Gr,Casper

I verified the lock was off.

 

 

>Uninstall Eddie ,

In Menu search "Sources" Verify than eddie is removed from depots and authentification keys too.

Reinstall Eddie

That's all folk ;o)

 

After uninstalling AirVPN, and deleting the ~/.airvpn folder, and making sure Sources is OK, the problem still persists.

 

After reinstalling Eddie after this, the provblem still persists.

 

EDIT: [sOLVED]

 

I stumbled upon this thread (yes, I searched before creating this thread, however, I did not find said thread). The method detailed in this thread remedied my issue!

 

 

Glad it helped. I didn't post that until yesterday afternoon, so it probably wasn't there when you searched.

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I am also on Linux Mint 17.3 64b and having same issue - when AirVPN not connected I cannot get internet. Network lock is not enabled. I tried the steps on the thread referenced but it didn't work. I will post there just to clarify I am doing right....

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