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Okay so I'm trying to port forward plex and qbittorrent but testing it using Airvpn returns " Connection timed out (110) " and using https://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/ tells me that both ports are closed. The setup I have is a bit complicated since Plex and Qbittorrent are running in docker along with an openvpn-client to connect to Airvpn. Docker is running in vm using Fedora CoreOS and the vm is running on a machine with a Fedora Server. I tried different ports, rebooting the machines and temporarily disabling the firewall on the vm and host but its still no working. Also, I'm behind a carrier grade nat but to my understanding that should not affect port forwarding using Airvpn, right? So not exactly sure were the problem is.
Hello, I've tried AirVPN now on my desktop and am very pleased with the experience so i wanted to pursue my main goal with AirVPN: My ISP uses CGNAT so i have no public IPV4 adress. My plan was to setup a Ubuntu Server VM that acts as a gateway to AirVPN for my plex server (which currently isn't available outside of my network thanks to CGNAT). I've read elsewhere that i needed to tunnel the IPV4 application (plex) to IPV6 using the program 6tunnel. My first step was to install openvpn and launch the TCP.ovpn file, SSH is telling me: "Initialization Sequence Completed", now I'm stuck at connecting to the gateway (and maybe configuring it as one?) and tunneling the IPV4 traffic of the VPN and Plex to IPV6. I've also just discovered the advanced mode of the config file generator and am a bit overwhelmed. Should I use "IPV4&IPV6 (connect with IPV6) and which ports? I think my current config files where normal IPV4 so that's probably why it only worked on my desktop with eddie. Your help is greatly appreciated and thanks in advance.