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  1. I just got a 100/10 Mbps connection, coming from a 50/10 Mbps one. Both machines run Win 10 2004. I have the most recent Eddie client and the same settings on each machine. Using the Ookla speedtest the desktop on WiFi is hitting @ 93 Mbps and the other is only getting @ 50 Mbps on Ethernet (sits next to router, gigabit NIC). Both max out at >100 Mbps with the VPN off, and I can't figure out why there's a difference with it on. I know that the CPU can make a difference, and that plus RAM is the difference in the setups: WiFi Desktop: AMD Phenom II X4 B65 @ 3.4 GHz | 8 GB DDR3-1866MHz Ethernet Desktop: Intel Pentium J2900 @ 2.41 GHz | 4 GB DDR3-1600MHz Does anyone think the CPU is the issue here, or have any other ideas/suggestions?
  2. So, I have been having an ongoing issue for about month now when disconnected from AirVPN my Ethernet connection is lost and under "Network Connections" says Unidentified Network . I've read quite a bit on these forums to fix similar issues, but nothing seems to work for me. So at first it started out where when I was NOT connected to airvpn I'd lose connection and get DNS errors in Chrome. The pretty common DNS server fix where using the "netsh interface IPv4 set dnsserver Ethernet dhcp" cmd would easily correct it. Well then somehow it just stopped working. So I read how reinstalling AirVPN fixed this for a lot of people, I tried that and the issue still persists. I also read how making sure that the IPv4 DNS properties was set to "Obtain DNS server address automatically" and that also does nothing. I've made sure the network lock feature is also not on as when launching AirVPN the option says "activate" The only fix is rebooting my router which is super annoying. Please help. I apologize in advance that I know the bare minimum when it comes to networking.
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