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vpn works only for web, not for P2P traffic and FTP

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I just started tonight with airvpn, installed and got running without issue eddie-ui_2.12.4_windows-7_x64_installer

it is running at slow speeds, about 50kb/s, corresponding to my browser usage, which does go through the VPN,

but then not for my other traffic :

- filezilla doing big FTP work at 30 Mb/s

- utorrent upload ing at 20-30 Mbits/s

these high speed compared to that displayed by Eddie shows that that trafic does not go through the vpn

- emule at slow speed, but without "low id" whereas I haven't opened any port yet on the vpn, so it also does not go through the vpn.


(for info: I always disable Windows Firewall and do use instead Comodo with rules and authorisations).


Could you please tell me what I may have done wrong and what to do to have all my traffic through the VPN?


Thank you




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Because the other applications have a much higher internet speed (total = 50 Mbit/s) than the one indicated by Eddie (= 50 kbs) and because emule ports are still open while I didn't open them with airvpn.

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disable or remove Comodo and enable Network Lock before starting a connection, then test again. Check also in https://ipleak.net


Open a ticket if you can't manage to solve the problem.


Kind regards

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