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Clodo

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    Coding, hacking, VPN, net neutrality, security, home-automation & IoT, sometime VR/AR/MR.

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  1. Hi to all! Absolute NOT! We have an old, static copy of previous version as reference (yes LZ1, an old.airvpn.org ). Absolutely any user-content will be the same without re-editing, only please be patience, we are working on that. For all others: i will check each things tomorrow, please wait, i have other priority right now. Unfortunately the BBCodes are deprecated for IPBoard, but there are the equivalent for spoiler, log etc, we need only to tuning and write a guide. I added the Font button to the toolbar now. Some features still exists but are disabled by default in this edition.
  2. This currently disconnect all sessions of the user. If the key is not provided, it check if an user is logged on website. I will add this as soon as possible.
  3. Of course there is something wrong, but I have not yet identified what... I think there are at least two different issues, one related to NetLock, and another one is related to IPv6. We start focusing on the first issue. Open a ticket if you want to talk with me privately. Or write here, for me it doesn't matter. If I understand correctly, Internet works if you don't use Network Lock, right? It's a Windows 7. It's not a problem, but do you have any other PC in the same lan to check? At the moment, please perform these steps: Go to Settings -> Networking -> Layer IPv6 and switch it to "Block". 1) - Open Eddie - DON'T activate NetLock - Connect to Tyl server (double-click it in servers list). - Check if Internet works (go to ipleak.net for example). - Disconnect - Generate a full-log (lifebelt), name it "without-netlock.txt". - CLOSE Eddie 2) Repeat the same, but activate the NetLock before connecting. Name the log "with-netlock.txt". Please, connect to the same server, Tyl. 3) Go to Settings -> Network Lock -> Mode and pick "Windows Firewall". Repeat the 2). Name the log "with-wf.txt". Thanks for your patience.
  4. There are lots of flushing-dns methods, unfortunately Linux doesn't have a generic solution for this. Eddie tries to detect environment (nscd, dnsmasq, named, bind9) to flush DNS. So, to those who have this long wait time: please activate Preferences -> Logging -> Log Debug, reproduce the problem, and paste there the lines after the "Flushing DNS" line. Thanks.
  5. I try to re-explain. You can connect to AirVPN servers via IPv4 OR IPv6. This is controlled by the option "Settings -> Networking -> Internet protocol used for connection". To connect via IPv6, you need to have IPv6 enabled on your network adapter, and your ISP support it (so, you need to have IPv6 connectivity WITHOUT the VPN here: http://ipv6-test.com/). But you have also IPv6 disabled on your network adapter, so try to run in terminal networksetup -getinfo Ethernetand if report "IPv6: Off", try to runnetworksetup -setv6automatic Ethernetto re-enable it. I suggest to leave "Settings -> Networking -> Internet protocol used for connection" at "IPv4, IPv6" (the default).
  6. Hi, you have en0 (Ethernet) with IPv6 disabled, from your system log:{ "friendly": "Ethernet", "id": "en0", "name": "en0", "description": "en0", "type": "Ethernet", "status": "Up", "bytes_received": "0", "bytes_sent": "0", "support_ipv4": true, "support_ipv6": false, "ips": [ "192.168.1.65" ], "gateways": [ "192.168.1.254" ], "bind": true }, ANDyou have in Settings -> Networking -> Internet protocol used for connection -> IPv6, IPv4 (not the default). So, when you try to connect to a server that support IPv6, due to the option above it try to reach over IPv6, but fail because you have IPv6 disabled on en0 adapter. . 2018.07.15 10:06:19 - OpenVPN > UDPv6 link remote: [AF_INET6]2604:6880:c713:5e84:45b1:390b:9c7e:9838:443 . 2018.07.15 10:06:19 - OpenVPN > write UDPv6: No route to host (code=65) "How" to reach our server (via IPv4 or IPv6, the option above) is not really correlated to obtain an IPv6 tunnel. With Settings -> Networking -> Internet protocol used for connection -> IPv4, IPv6 you connect to Air server via IPv4, but still obtain a IPv4 AND IPv6 tunnel.
  7. This issues with Xubuntu will be fixed in the next 2.16.2 release, please wait. Thanks for the feedback.
  8. Issue confirmed. Under investigation. Curiosity: Why you don't simply install the .rpm package?
  9. Please post a Logs -> Support Log (Lifebelt icon) here in a [ spoiler] tag, or open a ticket. Please specify also if is an OS native or inside a VM (VirtualBox, VMWare etc). Thanks. @hugomueller : Not you, i'm working on your ticket.
  10. Please post a Logs -> Support Log (Lifebelt icon) here in a [ spoiler] tag, or open a ticket. Thanks.
  11. Issue detected and resolved, will be fixed in the next release, few days. Thanks, very much appreciated. You and your colleagues are the best. Please test the latest experimental 2.15.1 (just released), it contains the fix.
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