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  1. I'm getting an error while trying to use the remote port forwarding feature. "Not reachable on server IP over the external port XXXXX, tcp protocol. Error : 111 - Connection Refused - Checked 0 seconds ago." I'm using the VPN on my DD-WRT router, and the "Forwarded to:" IP doesn't match mine. Does anyone know what happened?
  2. My ports used to work about 2 days ago, and all of a sudden, they have stopped working. I never get the red button/icon, but I do get the grey one - with Errors 110 and 111. I downloaded the Port Forwarding Tester program, and don't really know how to use it. I put in the port of the IP and Port that the AirVPN site generated, and clicked send to both UDP and TCP. UDP just says "sended" when I click send, but when I send to TCP, I get the error "No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it...". I am doing this while connected to a server. I have tried reconnecting to different servers, turning off my firewall, and/or allowing all of the AirVPN programs into Firewall. I have also tried different ports.
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