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  1. @LZ1
    Waiting for TUN/TAP interface to come up...
    Another reason why that error appears and so many get this?
    port 68 and/or port 67 is blocked by the firewall.

    and end with "Initialization Sequence Completed With Errors/CONNECTED,ERROR,"
    Do not add port 53 to the list. Also do not add port 67 or 68 to the svc.block list.
    Set svchost.exe as "Outgoing Only". A more detailed example (See above post in "for svchost.exe" example)
    In other words if those ports are blocked;establishing a connection to the server will not occur/happen.
    -------------------------------------
    How to fix the above:
    In Comodo-->Firewall-->Network Zones
    tap.mac.all<-Add the tap mac address
    tap.link.local.fe80<-Add the IPv6(fe80:) of the tap adapter
    airvpn-ip-range<-Add the Assigned IPv4 (10.x)
    AirVPN.IPv6.range<-Add the Assigned IPv6(fde6:)
    ---------------------------------------
    Click reconnect....now it will work



     

  2. On 4/3/2018 at 3:34 PM, sh4rp87 said:

    Don't know if it helps... but I'm using this .bat on my connection with lot of disconnects and client/TAP adapters hangs with great success

    Replace VPN with the name of your TAP inteface

     

    This is the script that runs on VPN down

     

    
    @echo off
    netsh interface set interface VPN admin=disable
    timeout /t 2 /nobreak
    netsh interface set interface VPN admin=enable
    timeout /t 2 /nobreak
    taskkill /IM AirVpn.exe /F
    taskkill /IM openvpn.exe /F
    timeout /t 5 /nobreak
    start "" "C:\Program Files\AirVPN\AirVPN.exe" & exit
     
    @RebMusaPlease address your question(s) to the OP of this post.

  3. On 9/23/2016 at 3:00 PM, 3vSIMdRVv6Q1TmbFsIiP8QV8 said:

    Thanks for this post

     

    Thanks for this post... this does describe the problem I've been having. My tunnel seems to collapse at 11:59 am and pm with at lest one more random time during the day. 

    I've done as instructed with the .bat file, now there is a cmd window open and counting down from 300, with "press any key to continue...." do I need to leave that open? 


    Thanks again, I hope this keeps my connection on 24/7 with the client.

    @Matlncord
    What are you "Confused" about?

  4. In your firewall rules---dd-wrt

    ----------------------------------tun0------------------------------------------

    iptables -I FORWARD -i br0 -o tun0 -j ACCEPT
    iptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -o br0 -j ACCEPT
    iptables -I FORWARD -i br0 -o vlan2 -j DROP
    iptables -I FORWARD -i br0 -o ppp0 -j DROP
    iptables -I INPUT -i tun0 -j REJECT
    iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE

    ----------------------------------tun0------------------------------------------


  5. I got "the letter" the other day, just as I was finishing getting AirVPN.

    Can you clarify on "finishing getting AirVPN". So you were not connected to an AirVPN server?

    It scared me.

    Deep breaths and relax.

    Depending on where you live laws differ. The notice if you got that in your email do a print out and IGNORE THEM FROM NOW ON.

    USE YOUR OWN JUDGMENT.

    Does having AirVPN on network lock guarantee I wont get caught torrenting again?

    Sadly it does not. not 100%.

    If not, what is the best way?

    Revisit your config software/hardware/network layout.

    *Above posts<<--you already have your answer* from other members.

     


  6. Thank you SO much! I mean it. When I used Kitalpha in the past Google acclimated to its permanent IP address and I never saw a CAPTCHA. Paying processors like PayPal and Paysafe worked as if it was a residential line. All while having active torrents seeding with max throughput.

    Yup...blends in as a normal ISP IP.

    About IPv6: Yes, this is in fact considerable and is a setback, seeing as almost all servers are able to speak IPv6 and Kitalpha seems to be the odd one out. I hope the datacenter gets their shit together in the near future.

    IPv6 can be provided by an AirVPN Generation 2 server.


  7. 1. SSL Connect to an AirVPN First Generation Server.(IPv4 only)

    Sure you can SSL connect to a Second Generation AirVPN server if that is your choice.

    Make sure "Assigned IP" for Server 1 and Server 2 are not on the same "segment" for IPv4-->>e.g. 10.9.1.x 10.9.244.x.

    You want them both to work at the same time-->>e.g 10.7.x.x 10.9.x.x

    2. UDP Connect to an AirVPN Second Generation Server.(IPv4 and IPv6 address)

    The second IPv4 & IPv6 "Assigned IP" will be provided by Server 2(Generation 2).


  8. It has worked perfectly for the past several months. Last night Windows prompted me to restart for an update, which I scheduled for the middle of the night.

    Yup that is what you get when updating Windows 10 and end up with VPN not working.

    I made no changes to windows settings.

    That does not matter, some of the settings made or not....Windows 10 will "update" the settings or restore it to default.

    Any help in resolving my issue and getting my VPN working again.

     

    See this https://airvpn.org/topic/17440-fix-for-tap-adapter-in-windows/

    Disable Windows Update(block it/localize the process in your firewall), enable it only when you need to update your OS.

    Check your adapters TAP/VPN adapters. make sure they are in DHCP, sometimes they are not and in that link you will find your answer.

    Good luck and Regards,

    Flex


  9. @trott3r

    Have you changed the name of your TAP-adapter from "Local Area Network 2" to say "tap"? then modify the .bat file to 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    @ECHO OFF
    :LOOP
    timeout /t 60
    netsh interface ip set address tap DHCP
    netsh int ip set dns name = "tap" source = dhcp
    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /all
    @ECHO Waiting for 60...................... seconds...................................
    GOTO LOOP
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  10. As another choice would be to set DNS as static.......for the VPN tunnel.

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    @ECHO OFF
    :LOOP
    timeout /t 60
    @ECHO DISABLING IPV6/FLUSH DNS/DISABLE TCP TIMESTAMP(S)
    netsh interface ip set address tapname DHCP
    netsh int ip set dns name = "tapname" static 89.233.43.71(choose own DNS1)
    netsh interface ip add dns name="tapname" 91.239.100.100(choose own DNS2) index=2
    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /all
    @ECHO Waiting for 60...................... seconds...................................
    GOTO LOOP
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  11. Thanks again, I hope this keeps my connection on 24/7 with the client.

    Yes it will. Now you can also change the timeout /t 300. I now have it set to 100 seconds and it works. 

    I left it running for about 6 hours, but eventually, the tunnel collapsed and the VPN client still thought it was connected. 

    That will happen sometimes. If OpenVPN is diconnected it will just reconnect.

    I still have to manually uninstall the tap and then run the VPN client and let it reinstall the tap. 

    Then just disable the TAP adapter and Enable it again then reconnect.

     


  12. @Keith and to all

    I'm referring to Tomato & DD-WRT routers. In OpenVPN Client Configuration section where under Advanced settings/Custom Configuration are as--->>>

    --------------------------------------

    resolv-retry infinite

    remote-cert-tls server

    comp-lzo no

    verb 3

    mssfix 1100

    -------------------------------------

    And if the above doesn't resolve; lower the MTU from 1500(default) to 1300 in Basic:Network.

    Then check if OpenVPN is detected on the link below. It should be

    Fingerprint and OS match. No proxy detected (this test does not include headers detection).No OpenVPN detected.

    http://witch.valdikss.org.ru/

    Regards,

    Flex

    P.S. Tested on Tomato routers and works on all AirVPN Canadian servers.

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