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I've been running into a recurring issue with the VPN software, where every few days it will slow Windows down to the point of being unuseable (where it takes a minute or two to register a mouseclick), after which the only way to recover seems to be boot into safe mode and uninstall the VPN client/TAP, after which chkdsk comes back with several screens full of read failures, index errors and orphaned files. Once it's finished cleaning all those up, the machine will be back to normal until the next time I try to reinstall the VPN, and then a day or two later it happens again. During that day or two there are no error messages and no signs of any problem. I'm on Windows 7 Home Premium, SP1, and I've run into this using both the AirVPN client and OpenVPN. I don't currently have any other virtual network adapters installed. I did have one from virtualbox when this first occured, but I've uninstalled that in case it was causing a conflict, and this is still occuring. Any help would be appreceated. I'm currently leaving the VPN uninstalled (as the cycle of slowdown/uninstall/chkdsk/reinstall has become quite a hassle), but I would like to be able to use the VPN again. Thanks
I've been using OpenVPN for Android for a while, and for the most part it works OK. I was wondering if with new "always-on" feature Google added to Android in 5.1 it's possible to set up and use a profile for AirVPN without a 3rd-party app.
Thank you in advance for your assistance. We are not able access any LAN connections (NAS, Time Machine etc) while running the AirVPN client (2.9.2) or earlier iterations of Eddie on OS X 10.9.5. LAN access is blocked in the following circumstances: 1. Client server Eddie running with VPN connected (No LAN access) 2. Client server Eddie running with VPN disconnected with network lock ENABLED (No LAN access) 3. Client server Eddie running with VPN disconnected and with network lock DISABLED (No LAN access) The only way we have found to re-establish LAN access (even after quitting Eddie) is to toggle the OS X Firewall off and then on again. We suspect re-setting its ‘rules’ that were modified by the AirVPN client. Also while Eddie is disconnected from a VPN server but network setting is LOCKED we can access LAN only by switching OS X firewall off which leaves the system totally unprotected. Would you please explain how the AirVPN client can be configured so it does not handicap and prevent critical LAN functions both when connected to a AirVPN server or unconnected and network locked. We are aware of the setting ‘Allow pan/private’ in the network lock settings however this does not allow LAN connections on the three OS X systems we have tested. Best Regards, Sarah