Jump to content
Not connected, Your IP: 34.204.169.76

Clodo

Staff
  • Content Count

    295
  • Joined

    ...
  • Last visited

    ...
  • Days Won

    10

Everything posted by Clodo

  1. You can de-check temporarly 'Skip processes checking' and send the same report with 'debug log' i asked above? Thx. It's very strange, it seem that Eddie stuck when run "ps -eo pid,command".. The new option checked simply skip it.
  2. problem sorted thanks a lot staff You can anyway: 1- Launch Eddie 2- Go to Preferences -> Log -> tick Log Debug 3- Enable Network Lock 4- Disable Network Lock, de-tick Log Debug 5- Go to Log -> click Support (lifebelt) button, and send to me (PM) or open a ticket with the report? Thx. Ok, i don't need this anymore, thx anyway.
  3. Because they are servers under testing, showed by pinger for a mistake (now fixed). Please wait some days.
  4. Confirmed, will be fixed in the next release. Confirmed, will be fixed in the next release. Confirmed, will be fixed in the next release.
  5. Both, please open terminal, log as rootsudo -sand launchps -eo pid,command. I don't really need all the output, just understand if throw an error or stuck. Thx.
  6. I will test this on a Mint 17.3 soon. Will be fixed soon. It's an OpenVPN error, difficult to understand without a context. Please provide more info (log) when occur again. Thx. Latencies are 'stable' (in acceptable range, i think) after some time after run, or if you restart Eddie now have already acceptable latencies values?
  7. Yes, thx. Will be fixed in the next release, next week.
  8. Thx for the great report. 1) Probably a bug. Normally there isn't no problem between Eddie and "resolvconf", but maybe some changes in Debian9. I will try to check as soon as possible. 2) Yes, known issue. An oversight issue caused by the adding of the "Providers" tab. Will be fixed in the next release, around first days of the next week.
  9. Enable temporarly debug log (Preferences - Log -> Log Debug) and log to file, try to connect, and post a log when the "Checking Environment" issue occur. Thx.
  10. If you mean minimize in tray icon, sorry. it's under development but in major release Eddie 3, release date unknown yet.
  11. I reply to you https://airvpn.org/topic/23200-eddie-213beta-released/?p=64303 , plz read.
  12. Please provide a full log, to identify the phase where the error is generated.
  13. Unfortunately to avoid a Win10 DNS issue, the latest beta use another method to set DNS.Why you have "Advanced > Force all network interface" enabled? Try to disable it and check.
  14. https://airvpn.org/topic/19909-eddie-with-other-providers-or-custom-openvpn-configuration-files/ https://airvpn.org/topic/22200-i-cannot-add-other-providers-eddie-reverts-to-original-options-upon-startup/ It's easier with the new version of Eddie (available now as Experimental). GIF: Note: only in Windows and Linux edition. macOS will be available soon. Note that AirVPN account or subscription is not required: AirVPN can even be totally removed as VPN provider. Remember: The features 'Check Tunnel' and 'Check DNS' are AirVPN servers specific, so they will not be performed on other .ovpn files. The full conversion of Eddie to a generic OpenVPN wrapper is still under development, currently it's an hybrid (for example Settings contains AirVPN specific options that will be moved in the future). In any case, collecting feedback about how Eddie works with .ovpn of other VPN providers will be interesting. Maybe a dedicated forum.
  15. I never encounter this issue, and i need help to understand why this happen. It's also reported on github issue tracker. I found a lot of similar issue around, for example about PIA and also in other kind of software, ex. Probably it's a Windows issue. If anyone hit this issue, please report: 1- OS 2- What has disappeared exactly, tray icon or window or both? 3- If tray icon, check if was automatically moved by Windows under the arrow-up icon . 4- If both, is Eddie really running? Is AirVPN.exe process is running, or only openvpn.exe? 4- Did it happen randomly or after an action (resume from sleep, only at boot, minimizing the window etc.)? Is it reproducible? 5- If tray icon, is it restored by killing "explorer.exe" and restarting it? Thanks for any feedback.
  16. I received my TinkerOS hw. Some confusion here... If you install openvpn and stunnel4, you don't need to copy openvpn and stunnel from the portable bundle. Eddie will find them in system. In fact, it's strange that you copy x64 binary and works... probabily Eddie ignore it and use the system packages. Please check by posting a log file. Anyway, my objective is to make .deb and our Debian repo compatible with both Raspbian and TinkerOS. There are some confusion about architectures... Raspberry it's armv7l but rasbian repo it's armhf. Tinker OS 'uname -m' report armv7l, Tinker OS repo it's armhf. Still studying this kind of stuffs, but i can ensure that next release of Eddie will work on both.
  17. Sorry about the delay.The syntax must be: <providers> <OpenVPN title="ProtonVPN" path="C:\Users\User\Downloads\ProtonVPN_config\"/> </providers> with a backslash before the closing >, and NOT: <providers> <OpenVPN title="ProtonVPN" path="C:\Users\User\Downloads\ProtonVPN_config\"> </providers> It's not your fault, the docs here it's fixed now. Sorry. Anyway, with 2.12 you don't need to do that anymore, simply add a "ovpn" directory inside your data directory. About "Login & password", Eddie right now don't prompt in UI, but you can close Eddie, edit AirVPN.xml, you will find the piece of code "and change like his: <OpenVPN title="Custom Profiles 1" path="d:\archive\ovpn1\" login="mylogin" password="mypassword"> It will be improved in next versions, please be patient.
  18. You are right, Eddie detect flag and other info at runtime, but don't save it yet. Will be improved in next versions.
  19. Thanks for your feedback @NaDre. From what i understand (playing with Tor OutboundBindAddress directive and Wireshark to understand it), OutboundBindAddress binds the traffic to an interface about outgoing request. It's used for example if someone configures many Tor daemons on a Tor Exit relay, where each daemon uses different IP as exit. From what I understand, that doesn't work to bind interface for traffic between Tor and the first guard relay. For me, Tor simply doesn't have a "RelayBindAddress" option. I understand that a workaround exists (like your setfib/ipfw/pf ideas), but to implement it in Eddie we need to understand how to-do it in every OS (also Windows, also iptables etc). I still think that a better approach would be proposing for Tor a patch/implementation of a "RelayBindAddress" directive, but it needs time to develop/test/submit.
  20. In theory, another approach is using OutboundBindAddress option of Tor, like @NaDre explains here. If Tor always uses the real network interface for contact Guard IP (even when Tun exists) with binding, the Eddie steps to identify the Guard IP address are not necessary anymore, and will work also with obfs obfuscation. In practice, at least under macOS I could not make it work: Googling, some people say Address and more options are also required, some other persons claim that a bug affects OutboundBindAddress etc. I need to test better with Wireshark to understand if it is a Tor issue or my configs issue, but this is the right direction to support obfs4.
  21. When the OS changes the default gateway, macOS and Linux reset the socket catalog. Windows doesn't do that. This is the reason.
  22. If i connect without obfs bridge, Tor shows the list of three IPs about the circuitif i connect with obfs bridge, the first IP is hidden: THIS is the reason about the error Eddie asks for info to "Tor control" about the first IP of the circuit, the Guard IP, but Tor doesn't reply in obfs mode. Need investigation if is possible or not to obtain the first IP of the circuit in obfs mode. ------------------------------------------ The ONLY reason of the talk between Eddie and Tor is only knowing the Guard IP for the reason described in the first paragraph here: https://airvpn.org/tor/Eddie will create an automatic rule "data to the Guard IP must be outside the tunnel" during VPN connection. So, in theory it's possibile to mimic it. If you use directly "Socks" as proxy-type, and not "Tor", host 127.0.0.1, port 9150,it's the same thing the "Tor" proxy mode does, but without the attempt to detect the Tor Guard IP and create a rule for it (that causes the error of the first post) - Now, go to : https://bridges.torproject.org/bridgesand obtain a bridges list, like 192.36.31.181:35444 3189748017897CCB46D3CDC20E2A0A120963E2DC 162.243.175.190:35552 DCC2C7053DD50563D4873328542F86DFA18AA62B 91.67.238.155:443 AEE1B9E56103B0B89996D12A2190A819EB9A58FD - Tor Browser -> Tor Network Settings -> My Internet Service Provider (ISP) blocks connections to the Tor network- Check "Enter custom bridges" and enter the lines above- Restart Tor Browser From what i understand, in obfs mode, Tor picks one of the three IPs above (randomly?) to use it as Guard IP (first node of the circuit).So, go to Eddie -> Routes -> create three entries for the above IPs, with "Outside tunnel". --------------------In practice, honestly i don't know why currently, it works also if you don't do this (custom bridges list and manual routes outside tunnel). Only "socks", 127.0.0.1, 9150, and go to connect. Currently i can't reproduce the error in the Tor guide. Feedbacks are welcome
  23. Please look and continue here: https://airvpn.org/topic/21715-ipleak-test-two-dns-addresses/?p=57227
×
×
  • Create New...