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Hello, first time posting in the forums here at AirVPN. I run AirVPN in PFsense as a OpenVPN client. I use the servers in the US (us.vpn.airdns.org:443). I use the AirVPN DNS servers 10.4.0.1 & 10.5.0.1 and have them listed in the “General Settings” of PFsense. I have a couple different issues and or problems. First one being, when I need to connect to a AirVPN server because of restarting PFsense or if I just want to switch to another server in the US, I have to switch the DNS settings in the “General Settings” to OpenDNS servers 184.108.40.206 & 220.127.116.11 to be able to connect to a AirVPN server. Once the connection to the server is made I go back into “General Settings” and switch back to 10.4.0.1 & 10.5.0.1. The whole ordeal is kind of a pain. I was wondering if this was the only way to connect to AirVPN servers let alone ensure no DNS leaks? I also have a problem with connecting to ipleak.net. I used to be able to connect all the time with no issue. The last couple of days I get a “We can’t reach this site” error. Another problem I have is; I have only been able to connect to 1 particular US server in Miami. I’d like to switch to another US server other than the Miami (I get real slow speeds on this server) one. I go into the Client Area and disconnect from the server. That’s when I have to go back into the “General Settings” within PFsense and switch to the OpenDNS DNS servers and restart PFsense to be able to connect again to a VPN server again. AND for the last couple days every time I do this I have been ending back onto the Miami server I don’t want to use… My question is there a way to avoid this server while still using US servers or do I have to just select 1 US server each time in PFsense instead of keeping the broad range of all US servers? I was also curious if anyone knew how a server was selected in US by Pfsense? Sorry for the lengthy post, I hope someone can help! Thank you in advance!