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  1. It seems that for P2P clients I need to setup some kind of port forwarding here: https://airvpn.org/ports/ Pretty confused as to what this does and how it should be setup. I've read up about here: https://airvpn.org/faq/port_forwarding/ but it hasn't really made things any clearer. Say for example I use transmission or utorrent and have the port set at 9797. On my router I set port 9797 to then be forwarded to the same port on a specific local IP address. Do I then need to go to the AirVPN port forwarding page and set both the port and the local port to 9797 too? What about DDNS? Do I have to change or update this every time I switch servers? How does AirVPN know to always forward traffic from that port to me no matter which server I'm on? Bare in mind the company doesn't keep any logs or records
  2. Hello, (Take note my skills and knowledge about computer networking are very basic and English is not my native language, so please bear with me). I am a new user of ZeroNet and I would like to create my own site there. In their FAQ (do I need to have a port opened) I am told to open port 15441. I understand from your own FAQ that I should not forward a port from my ISP router itself, but only from my Client Area on AirVpn.org. When I try to do so I've got a message : "Port 15441 already reserved by another user." The problem is I always keep my torrent client running in the background and my computer is set to forbid any internet connection whenever I am not using your excellent service. Therefore, for me to be able to create my site on ZeroNet and to update it at will, I would have to switch to a distinct connection (out of the VPN) and to manually reconfigure and reboot my router every time I wish to do so, and solely for this purpose. My router being three floors away from my computer this is out of question. Do you have any suggestions other than to give up torrenting? Many thanks in advance for your kind help in this matter.
  3. Hi, I'm trying to activate several services through the VPN. My machine is a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. I'd like to get at least Deluge, DelugeWeb, Couchpotato, Headphones and Sickrage working. FTP would be covenient as well. As far as I understood, I should use port forwarding, shouldn't I ? So let's take DelugeWeb as an example. Ir works perfectly on my LAN, and I access it with thee default port 8112 on my RPi's local IP. So I tried to set : in AirVPN : a TCP/UDP port forwarding from 50812 to 50812on my routeur : a TCP port forwarding from 50812 to my RPi's local IP, port 8112But I can't get a green light. Did I miss someting ?
  4. So I uninstalled my Bitdefender because the licence was up recently and everything has been faster... except my airvpn speeds. I used to be able to easily get 5+ up down but now I'm barely breaking 100KB/s with and without Network lock on and my regular network speeds have remained the same so I don't know what's up at all. If you need any extra details I'll be sure to post them.
  5. Hi all, I recently went from 1Mbps service to using my cricket wireless via usb tethering which is 8Mbps (not fast but best i can get where i am). I want to use AirVPN to hide the fact that I am tethering since on the "unlimited" plan they don't let you tether (I am not rooted but am using Foxfi to bypass this). my problem is that I have downloaded OpenVPN for android and installed it on my phone while following the instructions on this site, but have no knowledge of how to port forward anything, the few instructions I have tried to follow as well as multiple google searches have produced nothing but aggravation, I'm sure it's something very simple that I'm not doing or configuring correctly. Any kind of assistance with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  6. My hardward/firmware: Router ModelLinksys WRT 1200AC Firmware VersionDD-WRT v3.0-r28788 std (01/13/16)Kernel VersionLinux 3.18.25 #59 SMP Mon Jan 11 11:48:34 CET 2016 armv7l My goal: To open ports 8000 and 8001 on my router to allow shoutcast server to livestream from static ip 192.168.10.172 on the network. Hi, After reading https://airvpn.org/external_link/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dd-wrt.com%2Fwiki%2Findex.php%2FIptables_command%23Port_Forwarding_to_a_specific_LAN_IP and also being told that the GUI interface only forwards from WAN to LAN and not from TUN to LAN... it seems this is my last obstacle to streaming with Shoutcast. I still haven't been able to get IPTABLES to work for me yet. I tried different variations of the commands, but nothing worked for me... then I didn't know if I was putting the right information into the variables. Has anyone with this or similar dd-wrt set up successfully added open ports to your router firewall using IPTABLES? If so, can I see how your commands look? Currently, all I have for my firewall commands are, Firewall iptables -I FORWARD -i br0 -o tun0 -j ACCEPT iptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -o br0 -j ACCEPT iptables -I INPUT -i tun0 -j REJECT iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE What else should be there to open port 8000 and 8001 to the static IP listed above? Thanks for any help and directions.
  7. I started the 3 day trial of AirVPN to test out its port forwarding, if it worked well I was willing to switch over from PIA but after looking around for the past few days I could not find a guide for port forwarding AirVPN on pfSense 2.3 that would work for me. I would like to address that first but I also need a solution to my chromecast no longer works even though everything else on the network seems to work fine. If there is any other information required from me I would be more than happy to provide it.
  8. Hi, I have a Mofi 4500-4GXeLTE-SIM4 V2 4G/LTE Router (this is a router combined with the cellular radio) connected to Verizon (ISP). First question I hope it's an easy one, can I configure AirVPN on the Mofi router itself, so any device connected will always use VPN? Second question is about port forwarding. To this router I'm planning to connect a surveillance camera system that it's a dedicated appliance (not an actual computer from what I can see) and I need to be able to access from outside. I need to open ports 80, 5445 and 5446. Reading some information it seems that AirVPN cannot do port forwarding below port 2048, is there any workaround so I can see port 80 from outside? Third question is about the static public IP address, I assume I don't get a static address from AirVPN, so I guess I have to use a Dynamic DNS to gain access to the camera system, right? Your help is much appreciated.
  9. Hi folks, I have a QNAP NAS and am connected to AirVPN on the QNAP itself (NOT using Eddie or Router config) using "kradsith" guide here (AirVPN instructions at bottom of page 2); http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?f=231&t=102248&hilit=vpn+client&start=15 All good! Connected fine and getting good speeds etc. I have also set up two Port Forwards; 1 for plex (working fine - green TCP Test) and one for the QTS Admin console which by default uses port 8080. However the port forwarding for this port shows as yellow. I have removed the port forwarding to this port in my router but unsure why this shows as yellow. The port forwarding works fine i.e. I can use my own DDNS name with the AirVPN generated port and see my console but concerned that I have a leak as it currently is. I guess I could try amending the console port from 8080 from within QNAP QTS Console and try fort forwarding again but reluctant to do that until I know why the TCP test shows as yellow. Some other information which may be pertinent is I have port forwarding in my router for Sickrage, NZBGet, Couchpotato, Headphones, Transmission, (I'm not actually sure if I need ANY of these to be accessible from the internet as suspect they working fine together on the LAN as they are all hosted on my NAS/QNAP). Could anyone provide me with any pointers, ideas, solutions? Thanks in advance!
  10. Router = Asus RT-AC87R Using AVG 2015 I'm trying to run a server for Minecraft PE. I have forwarded a random port, but the port keeps saying connection refused. I'm using PocketMine-MP to run the server and it also has a server.config which I'm pretty sure is set up correctly. I thought getting a vpn would fix the issue, but it hasn't. Maybe I'm missing something. Any help will be appreciated.
  11. I have a couple of questions regarding port forwarding. One - I saw this line - but it isn't explained in the FAQ page: Watch for warnings from our security check: a red token implies that your anonymity layer may be lowered or broken by a malicious adversary. What does this mean exactly? Where would I find this red token and what exactly could it mean? Also - is there any additional setup required after forwarding a specific port, or will this be automatic whenever connecting through the client? And lastly - for Dynamic DNS - is there a specific naming convention I should be following for this when coming up with a name? Thanks in advance, I know this is several questions. KR
  12. Hi guys My problem is the following: I have port forwarding enabled on my airvpn, and I can ssh without problem with the command ssh -p myport user@myhost.airdns.org from home or from my cellphone. Now the problem is that at work myport is locked by the corporate firewall, and for all I can see all the other useful myports are... Port 22 is instead open... is there a way to go around the firewall? Please let me know. Thanks a lot
  13. 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?
  14. I have installed OpenVPN client on my FreeBSD file server at home. I've used 'other' config file and it's working fine, I can ssh out to my work servers, browse the web and all that good stuff, my external IP is obviously the open AirVPN assigned to my vpn connection. tun0: flags=8051<UP,POINTOPOINT,RUNNING,MULTICAST> metric 0 mtu 1500 options=80000<LINKSTATE> inet6 fe80::214:d1ff:fe1d:3bbb%tun0 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x6 inet 10.4.12.51 --> 10.4.0.1 netmask 0xffff0000 I've forwarded two ports, one for torrents, and one for ssh. Neither port is working. For example, I've setup 56602 for torrents. I've started transmission, and it's listening on the port in question: # netstat -an | grep 56602tcp6 0 0 *.56602 *.* LISTENtcp4 0 0 10.4.12.51.56602 *.* LISTENudp4 0 0 10.4.12.51.56602 *.* # lsof -p 52166 | grep 56602transmiss 52166 transmission 9u IPv4 0xfffff8001e4e8c00 0t0 TCP 10.4.12.51:56602 (LISTEN)transmiss 52166 transmission 10u IPv6 0xfffff8003f3fe000 0t0 TCP *:56602 (LISTEN)transmiss 52166 transmission 11u IPv4 0xfffff8000e44d580 0t0 UDP 10.4.12.51:56602 I do see incoming packets on tun0: # tcpdump -i tun0 port 56602... 18:06:06.853682 IP ********.56966 > 10.4.12.51.56602: Flags , seq 644910569, win 8192, options [mss 1352,nop,wscale 2,nop,nop,sackOK], length 018:06:07.132328 IP ********.53676 > 10.4.12.51.56602: Flags , seq 2949838881, win 8192, options [mss 1352,nop,nop,sackOK], length 0...18:06:06.759788 IP ********.18848 > 10.4.12.51.56602: UDP, length 2018:06:06.820983 IP ********.58101 > 10.4.12.51.56602: UDP, length 20... But nothing going back from my host (I've replaced actual ips with '********'). My firewall is open: # ipfstat -i | grep 56602pass in quick on tun0 inet from any to 10.4.12.51/32 port = 56602 Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?
  15. hey everyone, i'm pretty new to this and i'm getting the following error when trying to connect: cannot login (curl: (7) failed to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 9150: connection refused) it worked fine previously when i was with comcast, but after moving to a house with centurylink i'm now getting this. might anyone here know the step i will need to get through it?
  16. Hello, I have installed and configured OpenVPN on OpenWRT and it works with the interface tun0 configured such that OpenVPN automatically starts on bootup of OpenWRT and if there is no VPN connection then the Lan-network cannot access the WAN, only OpenVPN when it is up and running. But I have a problem with Port Forwarding. I have "made" a forwarded port in the Client area of Airvpn. But when I have my program up and running using that port it is not accessable and also clicking on the "check" button from Aivpn of the port shows it is not accessible. Does anybody know and can help we with setting up a correct port forwarding in OpenWRT for the VPN? I have tried but nothing did succeed
  17. Hello, I do not have very advanced networking knowledge, but things have worked well for me until now. I recently decided to switch from uTorrent, which had been working well, to qBittorrent. In the AirVPN client settings, I added an open port. I then opened qBittorrent and added this port number to the Incoming Connections field. I also unchecked the uPnP box in qBittorrent, per instructions I've seen around here. When I run the port check on this port on the AirVPN site, it gives a green light. Also, the website http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/ says that this port is now open. However, no torrents are working. All of the trackers return the status "Not working" whenever I try any torrent. Am I missing something? Suggestions are appreciated. Thank you!
  18. I have AirVPN connected via router running DD-WRT . I want to port forward a service running in a Virtualbox NAT virtual machine. Currently I'm forwarding the port in the Airvpn client area, on the router using iptables to the host machines local IP and finally in Virtualbox NAT port forwarding. Checking via http://canyouseeme.org/ shows the port cannot be seen. I know the IPtables rules are correct as other port forwarded services are reachable on the host machine. Is this because the service is behind two NAT's i.e double NAT? Any suggestions would be helpful.
  19. 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.
  20. Hi All, I am new to AirVPN and wish to access my FTP from outside my network while the AirVPN client is running in home tomato router. I've read articles on this forum where we take out forwarded ports from the client area but still I am a bit lost. I've generated 10 forwarding ports from the client area of AirVPN, and i've mapped these to 10 internal ports within "Port forwarding" of my router e.g. Vsftpd config is pasv_max_port=11100 pasv_min_port=11090 And assigned these to the ports airvpn have issued to me. Where do I go from here? I need help with setting up the IP table rules and using my android phone as the connecting device to the ftp, do I use my real IP as the server address or do I use the VPN as the server address. Additionally, for port 21 In my router under port forwarding I've set (Ext port) = 22xx (Int port) 21 (int address 192.168.1.1) Note, If I kill the VPN it all works... but I guess you knew that. Thanks for any help
  21. Hello AirVPN Staff and others. I would very much like to have an API call for creating and removing port forwardings, including requesting a random port. This would allow users to have a different port open for every session started. Setting up a port to be forwarded is already pretty simple, but it does still require having a web browser running and logging in to Air. This may be a small obstacle, but an obstacle nonetheless. I strongly suspect many people will set up a port forwarding only once, and then using the same port for all future sessions, and this has some negative implications for privacy. It is already possible to have this functionality when talking to Air's web server through a browser and clicking buttons manually, so I'm making the assumption it will not be too difficult to do the same through an official HTTP-based API. Does this make sense? I'd love to hear what you think.
  22. Dear AIRVPN users, AIRVPN is configured with success in an asus router (merlin build). Port 80 is redirected to a web server using following post . I can access any website using http but not using https. The browser display ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR error. Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
  23. I have just started using AirVPN and have attempted to forward ports in order to increase the speed of my downloads on MuTorrent. I have used the Port Forwarding feature, allowed the port to be chosen for me (have not specified the port) and have selected both TCP and UDP as the relevant protocols. When testing the port via the Port Listener tool, I have discovered that, while the port is open to UDP, it is not open to TCP. I was wondering if there was anything I could do about this or if it even matters.
  24. Could a malicious party ever possibly gain access to a list of AirVPN's users' forwarded ports? If so, could the malicious party then correlate those users with traffic to and from the exit IP addresses of AirVPN's servers, using the port numbers as common values in both sets of data? To help explain what I mean, imagine the following scenario: John Doe is the only AirVPN user to ever use BitTorrent on port 12345. Even if he connects to a malicious peer, which we'll call the Ministry of Truth, his anonymity remains intact, because the most information that the Ministry can correlate are the files being shared, the IP address of an AirVPN server, and port number 12345. However, what if the Ministry got a court order demanding that AirVPN provide a list of its users' forwarded ports? Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't the Ministry then be able to see that John Doe was the only AirVPN user to forward port 12345, thus linking him to the aforementioned BitTorrent traffic? Perhaps I'm simply misunderstanding how AirVPN's port forwarding works, so correct me if I'm wrong. But if I'm right, then what measures must users take to protect themselves from such a scenario?
  25. I'm trying to figure out how to use an SSH tunnel to access my home computer when I'm away. I used AirVPN to forward a random port, and then set that as my listening port on my SSH server. Several hours later, I tried to connect from another location, but my SSH client didn't recognize the hostname (****.airdns.org). I logged-in to this site and checked the Dynamic DNS Name Propagation. Each DNS server has a red error message. AirVPN DNS, Google, and OpenDNS simply say "EMPTY", but the other two give rather specific error messages. OpenNIC says: ";; Connection to 109.235.51.12#53(109.235.51.12) for ****.airdns.org failed: connection refused." DNS Advantage says: ";; communications error to 156.154.70.1#53: connection reset" I have absolutely no idea what any of it means, but I can tell that my home computer is still connected to an AirVPN server.
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