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  1. After installing the recent version from the APT repository (2.13.6), I got a message upon connecting to a server that I didn't manage to reproduce afterwards, something like: "IPv6 cannot be safely disabled on Linux in order to make the network lock effective. This can make your IPv6 address leak if your provider supports IPv6. This setting can be changed in Preferences / Advanced / IPv6." This sounds worrying to me, but I don't understand the message. The quoted setting is set to "disable". Does this safely disable my IPv6 or not? I know how to disable IPv6 on the kernel level, but I'm not sure whether that is necessary or not. Sorry that the above message is not an exact quote, it's just what I remember from it. It didn't appear again, which is even more worrying to me... Edit: Here is the exact message that I copied from Github: This message is confusing because first it says that "our software can't disable (...) safely IPv6 on Linux", then it talks about IPv6 detection, and the actual settings entry is about disabling the use of IPv6 altogether... So I assume that this just means that "we can't forward IPv6 on Linux, so we will disable it completely"? Sounds ok to me that way. Please confirm that this message just means that everything is working as expected. xD
  2. Hi, I understood you are working hard on getting IPv6 up and running. Any update for us ?
  3. Hello, now i get my new connection and with it i get ipv6 only. There is a ds-lite tunnel for ipv4 things but it won't work with the AirVPN client. I always get the following: The machine runs with Xubuntu 16.10 64bit. You will find my logfile in the Attachment. I can't use AirVPN now. :-( What can i do? Cheers AirVPN_20161202_090120.txt
  4. Hi, This is going to sound weird but... while I'm tunneled, how do I re-enable IPv6 on my android? After fighting with this for a long time, I've discovered that in order for WiFi calling to work on T-Mobile, IPv6 has to be enabled on the phone. IPv6 doesn't have to be available, so I can disable it on my router to prevent IP leaks, but I do need this enabled on the phone itself. When I connect I see this line: did_ifconfig_ipv6_setup=0 which is disabling IPv6 How do I override and set it back to 1? I'm on a rooted Nexus 6P so getting access won't be an issue although I'd prefer to set it directly in the OpenVPN config. Thanks!
  5. Hello everyone! This is my first post, so keep that in mind. Also, while I have better-than-average I.T. skills, I'm hardly an expert. I have recently encountered several problems, all of which I did not notice until after I installed the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Note that that does not necessarily mean they weren't present before the update; I just didn't notice them until afterwards. I also have some other questions. 1. If I open Eddie and activate network lock, remain unconnected to a server, attempt to load a webpage, and it doesn't work -- does that definitively mean that Network Lock is working and secure? (Assuming, of course, that it does work with network lock deactivated.) 2. I keep getting the message, "Recovery. Unexpected Crash?" (the question mark is part of the message). 3. I keep getting this message too: "The requested protocol has not been configured into the system, or no implementation for it exists." 4. If I run ipleak.net while connected to an AirVPN server, and: my IPv4 is the AirVPN server, no forwarded IP is detected, IPv6 test is not reachable, RTCPeerConnection is not available, and the DNS addresses are all AirVPN servers -- then am I definitively secured? 5. It appears IPv6 doesn't work (I get the "IPv6 test not reachable" message on ipleak.net) at all times, even if I'm not running Eddie. This was not the case when I first installed and set up Eddie. Toggling Eddie's "Disable IPv6 at OS level if requested" option doesn't seem to make a difference. 6. In Eddie's preferences, under Advanced, for the IPv6 dropdown menu, what's the difference between "None" and "Disable"? 7. What does "Force TAP interface UP" mean? I probably won't have time to check this thread again until Sunday. Thanks a bunch!
  6. This may be a newb question, but I need to satisfy my curiosity. Whenever I fire up a VPN connection, I like to check with www.ipleak.net to make sure everything is on the up & up after connecting. I've noticed that on the results page, it shows "IPv6 test not reachable", which I assume means that the Eddie client is doing it's job and disabling IPv6 when connecting. I then see that under "DNS Addresses" it's show 2 servers, One using an IPv4 IP address and the other using an IPv6 address, but of course these two addresses are connected to the VPN IP address I've been assigned. This tells me that there is no DNS leaking going on. I've only witnessed this situation when using AirVPN's servers and the Eddie client (as opposed to, for example, using another VPN service and their connection client). I attached a screencap to show what I am talking about: So, after my long-winded explanation of the issue, here's my question. Because it is showing two DNS servers, and one being a IPv6 server, is this a potential leak for IPv6 traffic since the test is able to connect to this particular server? Is it also possible for it to be a DNS leak, even though it is obviously associated with VPN server that gave me this particular IP address? I'm wondering about this simply because when I use other VPN providers and check ipleak.net, it only shows the one DNS server (IPv4) with the same IP address as the one issued to me by the VPN server. This would lead me to believe that my VPN connection is correctly blocking leaks and using DNS servers provided by the VPN service. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated, and of course, please don't hesitate to ask if I need to clarify any information.
  7. ​​Hi guys, what I like is the speed, an interface on Windows although I use Linux much more. Ok, what I would like to see is in AIRVPN News or RSS-subscription or email warning, the latest security risks. I use AIRVPN for a while now butjust this week it turns out that there is a IPv6 leak!! Although not visible when testing it on ipleak.net. That means that I was very visible on a lot of networks and not anonymous at all!! I try to be very carefull, not for criminal reasons, more as a principle, a way of living so to say. So, that was a major dissapointment in AirVPN. Because I´m not a technician but amateur user. As soon as I found out I did a little research and it turns out that you can disable IPv6. What I did was follw the instructions [cut, no ads, Staff] That worked as a charm and the site that was able to track me, now shows the AIRVPN route as it should. So people, be advised.....disable IPv6 as long as there is no other solution offered. As ​stated before, I´m just a simple user and chose AIVPN to be protected by professionals. Although I´m very satisfied overall, I´m worried about the next hole or leak that I´m not aware off. So, people of AIRVPN, please keep us pro-actively informed about security and privacy issues if you please. Sincere, Peer ​ ​
  8. Can anyone comment on this report done on vpn leak tests and tell me if these issues have now been fixed on Eddie Mac OS X client please. Or in fact if it ever was a genuine problem. also any IVPN users who have anything to say about that vpn service seeing as they sponsored it. Sorry im not sure on the date it was done so this topic might already be on this forum somewhere but a search here didn't bring any result. heres the link to the report https://vpntesting.info
  9. Hi, I've tried a few different instructions for disabling IPv6 in older versions of Fedora or Linux generally, and I have had no success. Is anyone else having problems with IPv6 leaks in Fedora, even after attempting to disable IPv6? Does anyone have any suggestions for solving this issue? Thank you
  10. Linux Mint 18.2 Mate Kernel 4.11.0-14 Eddie 2.13.4 After the update to 2.13.4 Eddie told me to disable ipv6. So I did. GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="ipv6.disable=1" now I can't activate network lock anymore.
  11. Hello I'm new to AirVPN and VPN's in general so my apologies in advance for the myriad of dumb questions I will probably ask. I did try searching for my particular issue, but couldn't find anything I am running Eddie 2.12.4 on openSUSE 13.2, I activate Network Lock on startup. In preferences I disabled Allow lan/private and ping. IPv6 is set to disable in the Advanced Settings section. Everything starts out working great. I go to ipleak.net everything looks good (no ipv6) I go to test-ipv6.com everything ipv6 fails, then about 10-15 mins in if I go back to either of those sites it can now see my ipv6. What's going on here?
  12. Hi, I just upgraded Eddie to the newest stable versions on Windows (yes, I occasionaly do games), MacOS and Linux. No complaints with Windows and Mac, however on Linux IPLeak now shows what I believe to be an ipv6-address, pinpointing the country I currently am in. What am I missing? Do I have to manually disable ipv6? That would be a pain, as would network lock.
  13. Hi. My ISP assigns me an IPv4 and v6 address. v4 seems to be tunneled fine, but IPv6 still yields my own IP. I.e. when I visit https://ipleak.net/ I see the VPN address for ipv4, but still my own ipv6 address. I'm using the official client on Windows 7, where I tried both settings in "advanced": None and Disabled. Both yield the same result. Any input?
  14. Standard laptop set up. Windows 7 x64. One WiFi card w/ IPv6 disabled. TAP driver installs by default with IPv6 enabled. AirVPN functions perfectly it seems, within logs I see mention of IPv6 filtering being enabled and disabled without error, and multiple "leak test" sites suggest nothing to be concerned about. What's the advice on the IPv6 setting for the TAP driver: leave it enabled by default or disable it manually?
  15. Some three years ago I had a server with a native IPv6 connection. In those days I came to the conclusion that IPv4 is still the way to go with a VPN. Due to the fact that v6 is still on the rise (about 15% at the moment https://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics.html) I was curious how the status of AirVPN nowaday is, with regard to IPv6. Are you any closer to a tunneld native/pure IPv6 experience?
  16. I have been using airvpn for a while and only recently realized that I have been leaking my ipv6 address... So, I want here to resurrect an earlier thread related to ipv6 leaking (https://airvpn.org/topic/18108-ipv6-leak/.) I experience the exact same problem. Under linux (Mint 18) I disabled IPV6 on my machine (by adding the following in /etc/sysctl.conf # disable ipv6 altogether net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.lo.disable_ipv6 = 1) AND selected the advanced AirVPN client option to disable IPV6. Still, visiting https://ipleak.net shows that my ipv6 is leaked. Selecting the network lock is only way to avoid the leak. I consider this problem a real issue...
  17. Hello fellow AirVPN users, Here is my issue that I'm experiencing with AirVPN: Problem: I'm experiencing issues with IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity on my Windows 10 machine. I started experiencing this shortly after installing the AirVPN client. I mainly use this machine on one of two WiFi networks (home and work) and the issue behaves differently on each network. Work Network: On my work network, "No Network Access" is displayed for both IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity on my WiFi status dialog box. I cannot make any sort of internet connection on any application on this network nor can I log-in or connect to AirVPN. I also see a yellow triangle over my WiFi icon on my Windows notifications taskbar. Home Network: After restarting/rebooting/booting/waking the computer, the WiFi status lists "No Network Access" for both IPv4 & 6 connectivity. However, when I try to log-in and start an AirVPN server connection through the client, the IPv4 connectivity status changes to "Internet" while the IPv6 connection remains on "No Network Access." The yellow triangle disappears over my taskbar WiFi icon and I'm able to connect to the internet with my browser. My IP address seems to be properly displayed as my AirVPN server's IP and no DNS leak is detected by dnsleaktest.com. However, I used to have IPv6 connectivity on this network prior to installing AirVPN client on this machine. If I disconnect and close AirVPN, the IPv4 connection remains on. Attempted Solutions: 1. Disabled network lock 2. Ran Windows Network Diagnosis: stated that machine seems to be configured correctly yet DNS connectivity cannot be obtained. 3. Ran a series of "netsh int tcp set..." commands based on the instructions at this website. No success. Any help would be appreciated. AirVPN works well on my Linux machines but it's critical that I'm able to use it on this Windows machine. Thanks!!
  18. Hi, The question says it all, really, does ipleak.net detect IPv6 leaks (it is not clear from the wrebsite)? Thanks!
  19. How concerned should I be about my ipv6 address leaking if my computer has Privacy Addressing enabled? I'm using Viscosity for AirVPN and my router has ipv6 enabled via a 6 to 4 tunnel to my ISP. When I try an ipv6 leak test, I see the "temporary" ipv6 address of my computer but not the real one. Would this be enough for someone to trace traffic back to my computer anyway?
  20. Hi guys I'm trying to use AirVPN on my Nexus 5 and my Samsung Galaxy Tab S and due to the way Androids are, and at present with no apparent IPV6 non leaking solution in place by just about every VPN provider out there, as soon as I get connected, my IPV6 leaks, thus not allowing me to watch tv from abroad. Besides disabling IPV6 on my router, have you guys got a work around in place as yet? Cheers.
  21. I am looking to solve an issue where I want to disable IPv6 but keep LAN connectivity. I'm not really a network person, and my understanding of IPv6 is pretty scant. I'm assuming since many VPN clients offer the ability to disable it, and I don't really see it being used/discussed other than under security issues, that its worth disabling in some situations. Is it really OK to leave it on? I certainly don't want to become the victim of some new exploit or anything. But I need access to my LAN machines like my file/media server. Do I need to just set a local 192.x.x.x range in the Routing setup of the client, to keep them outside of the VPN? I don't really understand why disabling IPv6 would disable LAN access anyway, since those PC's have IPv4 addresses, right? Outside of this issue I'm also just generally curious how/why this is. I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.
  22. I've been using this service for some time, here I have a few questions to the admins 1. Do you plan to enable DNSSEC on your DNS service (10.4.0.1)? 2. Do you plan to enable IPv6 at exits and inside the tunnel? And as transport protocol? I think recent versions of OpenVPN can do that easier than before (but I haven't tested myself). 3. Can you make it possible to disable/renew user keys and certificates and have 3 of them at a time, one for every allowed device? Now I don't know how to act if I leak my key.
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