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  1. 33 minutes ago, puremorning said:

    I've got port forwarding setup - disabled uTP - using SSL 28439 and speedtest now gives me :
        Latency:    30.10 ms   (0.62 ms jitter)
       Download:   515.72 Mbps (data used: 862.7 MB)
         Upload:    34.57 Mbps (data used: 44.7 MB)
    Packet Loss:     0.0%

    Which is pretty decent. Still googling/tweaking so that might change.

    A note about my setup.

    SuperHub3 in modem only mode - hooked up to the WAN port on my RT-AC68U which my home network is hooked up to. Linux machine is where I've got SSL+OpenVPN+transmission running.

    Additionally for bonus points I'm running ss5 (socks5 proxy) so I can tunnel traffic on my internal network if I feel the need.

    Nothing really that out of the ordinary apart from the fact I'm using Linux/Transmission.


    LOL, "decent".  You will not get significantly speedier than that because you're at the limit of the server already!

  2. 5 hours ago, tranquivox69 said:

    I don't understand if it's a joke, it's an internal IP or what...




    DoD Network Information Center (DNIC)

    I'm not particularly paranoid but seeing DoD kind of... well. It's strange, I guess.
    Am I missing something? Could this be the reason? https://www.markturner.net/2011/11/09/dod-ip-mystery-solved/

    please note the IP address is NOT

  3. 1 hour ago, Lee47 said:

    Hi has anyone managed to get Policy routing Websites ONLY to work under pfsense air ?

    I am trying to get paypal or online banking sites to use the ISP ip, I see people got separate devices and pcs, tvs etc to work but not seen if its possible for websites only.

    create aliases for things.  they can include FQDN.  Then create firewall rules for you LAN using those aliases to allow stuff via VPN or via WAN then create rules under those to block the interface you don't want them to use.

  4. 2 minutes ago, routeninja said:
    Why are you guys being so rude?

    I did ask for help, I contacted support, they told me it is not supported, and that I could use the unofficial guide. I tried to do that, found it very complicated and could not get it working.

    I did a trial of another provider, and they had step by step instructions. Easy to follow, and I had it working in fifteen minutes. I love Air, and want it to work. I have been with them for years. Is there a straightforward guide on how to set it up?

    rude?  you're the one that seems to be trolling.  Any guide to setting up openvpn on pfsense will work with AirVPN.  It's just openvpn, nothing unique to any VPN company.

  5. 2 minutes ago, pfolk said:
    cannot get this to work...

    under Eddie > Prefs > Advanced > OpenVPN Custom path I entered the path of the openvpn.exe that came with the OpenVPN 2.5_git wintun install, then added the custom OpenVPN directives...

    everything seems to be working, it finally prints "OpenVPN > Route addition via IPAPI succeeded [adaptive]

    but then hangs a bit and then prints "Windows WFP, Add rule failed: Interface ID '' unknown or disabled for the layer.:{2}
    " and starts disconnecting...

    Any idea what is missing ? 

    Eddie probably needs updated for its network lock to work with the updated openvpn.  Turn off the network lock and see if that fixes it. 

  6. 9 minutes ago, giganerd said:

    A small experiment…
    In Eddie preferences > Advanced (I think), deselect Upgrade to latest tun version or similar.
    Then uninstall your current TAP driver and reboot.
    Now, there's talk about a replacement of the default TAP adapter – WINTUN. It seems more modern, faster and with less issues.

    If you don't want to do this, do the above steps but instead of WINTUN install TAP 9.9.3_2. Link is pointing directly to the last official version of TAP 9.9.

    depending on what version of openvpn bundled with Eddie a person may also have to download a newer version and force Eddie to use that instead of the bundled.

  7. set the domain plex.tv to go outside the tunnel.  when Plex checks to see what its IP address is and checks to see if remote access is working it'll use that domain.

    P.S. direct play and direct stream are both options that don't transcode the video.  what is it you're trying to avoid by not sending plex through the VPN?

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