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Hey I got a problem. When i connect to a vpn server, it says connected. but im still using my ISP IP instead of the IP of the VPN Server... How do i fix this? These are my machine details: Operating System Version: Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Hardware information: HP ProLiant ML110 G6 Processors: Intel® Xeon® CPU X3430 @2.40GHz Installed Memory (RAM): 24GB Installed Roles: AD DSDHCPDNSFile and Storage ServicesHyper-VIIS 8.0IPAMNAPRemote AccessWDSLog: http://pastebin.com/43UnP5Ci SOLVED: This message is the answer!: Awesome StaffAdvanced Member Staff5013 postsPosted Yesterday, 11:40 PM Hello! The tun/tap interface (the virtual network card used by OpenVPN) does not come up. Please try to run our client Eddie, which includes some additional code which tries to force the interface up. If the client attempt does not work, please follow all the steps described here: https://airvpn.org/t...2012/#entry8321 Kind regards
This is my setup: I got 2 machines, a dedicated server machine and a normal laptop. The server is running Windows Server 2012 Datacenter The server has 6 NICs (Network Interface Connections). Ethernet 1 has a internet connection to my ISP router which i do not have login access to. Ethernet 5 (also functions as Mgnt) is connected to my laptop. The setup that i have is that any traffic from/to the laptop on Ethernet 5 goes through Ethernet 1. (a basic NAT setup.) The server translates the private ip from Ethernet 5 to the public ip on Ethernet 1. This works without problems. Heres the problem: When i connect to an airVPN Server, the laptop loses its internet access.. I want the laptop to be able to access internet. It doesnt matter if thats through AirVPN or directly with the real IP. That doesnt matter at all. The only thing that matters is an internet connection that the laptop can use.