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Guide---Multi Session/Tunnel---TCP/UDP---Windows OS & Comodo scenario Native OpenVPN 2.5 Wintun adapters---

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Comodo configuration files(links below)
Windows 7 config file
Windows 10 config file
How-to:(link below)

Other details:
1.Install a few extra Wintun adapters:
--------Open a cmd.exe window Run-as-Admin---install.wintun.bat---
cd \
cd Program Files
cd OpenVPN
cd bin
tapctl.exe create --hwid wintun
--------Open a cmd.exe window Run-as-Admin---install.wintun.bat---
Copy and Paste "tapctl.exe create --hwid wintun" in your cmd.exe window Run As Admin
Repeat the above until you install the 4 or 5 wintun adapters required.

2.Comodo Firewall Ruleset for OpenVPN Multisession scenario:
Apply it to both openvpn.exe and openvpn-gui.exe files in Comodo under "Application Rules".

3.After you have created and imported the necessary yourairvpn.ovpn files (key1_port443 key2_port80 key3_port53 key4_port41185 etc.) in OpenVPN-GUI.

4. Command-line: Script for command-line client to server connection(2.5_git version)

Open 3 cmd.exe windows by Right-click the multi.bat file and "Run as Admin".
AFTER you have imported yourairvpn.ovpn profiles.

5. OpenVPN-GUI(2.5 version)
Right click on your Taskbar icon OpenVPN-GUI and you will see there the profiles imported. 
On each profile click Connect and wait for it to establish a connect to server; then Click "Show Status".
Re-do the above; for each NEW session/tunnel you wish to create on a different key.

6.Most "suggested/preferred" double or triple session!

7. Don't forget:
Modify/Change your config profiles to work for wintun mode!
rcvbuf 562144
sndbuf 562144
windows-driver wintun
Block all your interfaces other than VPN/TAP and apply this to browsers/torrent clients under "Application Rules".
ONLY allows for data transfer/traffic over VPN established tunnels/sessions.
Segment your airvpn.ip-range properly.
8. Errors that you may encounter:
Windows Smart screen may block the multi.bat and/or install.wintun.bat file.
Comodo will/may block the install.wintun.bat and/or multi.bat as well. Switch it from "Unrecognized" to "Trusted" in Comodo-->>File List
This is NOT an "out-of-the-box" concept. All this is provided AS IS.(files/examples etc.)


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Server-side port(s) assigned that you define in/for each of your yourairvpn.ovpn:
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 80
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 443
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 2018
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 41185
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 80
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 443
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 2018
remote xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 41185
For more on TCP/UDP ports check out the Specs page.(Protocols and entry-IP addresses of each VPN server).

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On 8/13/2020 at 5:59 PM, Flx said:

8. Errors that you may encounter:

Another sort of error encountered and connection fails due to "ring-buffers":
OpenVPN looks for the first installed Wintun adapter. 
1. Disable the first installed Wintun Adapter. Now connect to server on a different/next Profile Imported (e.g. AIrVPN profile2) . Let it connect.
2. Re-enable the first installed Wintun Adapter. Now try connect to server on (e.g. AirVPN profile1), which will use the first installed Wintun Adapter you have just re-enabled. 
Now it will work.
Happy browsing and Stay Safe.

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