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  1. Hello! I'm following this description (link) to make a VPN Proxy VM in Qubes OS. Unfortunately when it says to check the connection, i can't figure out how to do it. This is what i did and got an error: 1. In the VPN Proxy VM opened a terminal 2. The .ovpn file is here /rw/config/vpn/Airvpn_Europe_TCP-443-Entry3.ovpn 3. In the terminal from /home/user i use the command: openvpn --cd /rw/config/vpn --config Airvpn_Europe_TCP-443-Entry3.ovpn Unfortunately i get an error: Option error: Unrecognized or missing or extra parameter(s) in Airvpn_Europe_TCP-443-Entry3.ovpn:19: data-ciphers (2.4.7) Use --help for more information. openvpn version (debian-10): 2.4.7-1 I downloaded the .ovpn file like this: Config Generator > choosing Linux as my OS, IPv4 only for IP layer exit and IPv4 as Connect with IP layer, tick the Advenced Mode, selecting OpenVPN version >=2.5, choosing OpenVPN TCP 443 tls-crypt, tls1.2 as the protocol and tick By Continents > Europe and finally generating and downloading the .ovpn config file, where i changed eurpe3.vpn... to europe3.all.vpn.... Could someone help me out how can i check the connection with openvpn CLI? Thanks any help you can provide!
  2. Hello! I'm following this description (link) to create a VPN-proxy VM in Qubes OS. There is a step where i should create some firewall rules in the VPN-proxy to prevent leaks. I'd like to use a random European .ovpn configuration, so i go to Config Generator > choosing Linux as my OS, IPv4 only for IP layer exit and IPv4 as Connect with IP layer, tick the Advenced Mode, selecting OpenVPN version >=2.5, choosing OpenVPN TCP 443 tls-crypt, tls1.2 as the protocol and tick By Continents > Europe and finally generating and downloading the .ovpn config file, where i changed eurpe3.vpn... to europe3.all.vpn.... To create the firewall rule, I need the IP addresses that belong to the European servers. What is the easiest way to find out these IP addresses? If i'm downloading the .ovpn file as resolved hosts, i only get 1 IP address. Thanks any help you can provided!
  3. I cannot have eddie's netlock feature working in a qube in Qubes OS 4. When trying to enable it within eddie-ui, I get a pop-up "Exception: Unable to initialize iptable_filter module". The same with the cli: $ eddie-ui -cli -netlock (...) Activation of Network Lock - Linux iptables Exception: Unable to initialize iptable_filter module (...) This behavior was observed both in a Debian 10 qube and in a Fedora 32 qube. I don't get this error in a Debian 10 installed over bare metal. eddie ver. 2.18.9
  4. Hello. What do you think would produce the best balance between security and speed? 1. Running AirVPN's client 'Eddie' in sys-netVM. 2. Putting AirVPN's OpenVPN config into Turris Omnia 2 GB router. 3. Setting up a VPN gateway in Qubes as described in Qubes' docs. Hardware: Asus »Zenbook«, Intel i5-5200U, 2.20 GHz, 12 GB RAM. Any hints and ideas are very much appreciated. Best regards. ​ PS: This also refers to the very interesting topic: ​https://airvpn.org/topic/22471-qubes-whonixtor-airvpn-world/?hl=qubes
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