Jump to content
Not connected, Your IP:

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'dnsleak'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • AirVPN
    • News and Announcement
    • How-To
    • Databases
  • Community
    • General & Suggestions
    • Troubleshooting and Problems
    • Blocked websites warning
    • Eddie - AirVPN Client
    • DNS Lists
    • Reviews
    • Other VPN competitors or features
    • Nonprofit
    • Off-Topic
  • Other Projects
    • IP Leak
    • XMPP

Product Groups

  • AirVPN Access
  • Coupons
  • Misc

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start



Website URL







XMPP / Jabber




Found 8 results

  1. Hi - the instructions for setting up AirVPN on Chromebook are very helpful, and worked for me. https://airvpn.org/chromeos/ But I cannot figure out if the "block-outside-dns" (or similar) command is enabled as part of this software and settings. When I used dnsleaktest.com I don't see any leaks, and it seems like the "tunnel" is secure. So: Can someone tell me if the AirVPN Chromebook set up has the same "network lock" functionality as Eddie does when I use it on a Mac? Is there a code to use or setting to *check* to make sure this is *always* enabled (block outside dns etc.)? Thank you!
  2. Hi all, I'm running the new AirVPN suite (which is awesome) on a Raspberry Pi (Debian) and connecting a SOCKS 5 proxy (Dante) to tun0. So far so good in terms of having a VPN available for my network devices that I want to direct traffic to. Where I reach the edge of my understanding is handling DNS in such a setup. I can see that the suite overwrites resolv.conf on the Pi with the (varying) VPN DNS server. What I'd really like is to point my local DNS server to the Pi and have all my outgoing DNS traffic to the VPN DNS. I'm guessing I need something listening on the Pi's DNS ports that forwards appropriately, but I don't know if I need a full server like Bind, a proxy, a forwarder, or how to pick up the correct DNS from the VPN. Possibly I'm literally just missing a good search term for finding the right tool & configuration. Suggestions would be appreciated!
  3. Hi all, i have some issues with my openvpn for android client. i followed the instructions in the how-to section to setup openvpn for android. everything worked fine but: first issue: i get reconnects every few minutes and second issue: when i check for dnsleaks on ipleak.net everything looks smooth. no leak. i see airvpn exitip and airvpndns. but when i visit airvpn.org i see on top of the site my real ipv6 address. someone can tell me how to solve this errors? regards
  4. Hello users and staff of AirVPN. I have been using AirVPN for months now and the entire time I have had a dns leak. I currently use dnscrypt, but that did not affect my own openvpn connections or AirVPN connections when I was using Windows 7. I have disabled dnscrypt and switched to normal google dns servers then connected to airvpn or my own servers, still I have dns leaks. I have disabled IPv6, still I have dns leaks. I have disabled multi-honed dns in windows 10, still I have dns leaks. I have even used the option "setenv opt block-outside-dns" in my own openvpn configs.... STILL I HAVE DNS LEAKS. How can I fix dns leaks in windows 10?
  5. Just a quick question, I have OpenVPN setup in my Shibby Tomato router to use airvpn. No issues until I started to selectively route a few of the Source IP through the tunnel (using the GUI OpenVPN Client tab Routing Policy) as I can't Netflix to work. So now, my ISP's DNS is showing up in DNS leak test. I've tried to insert static DNS in the basic network config to use another DNS server, but nothing worked. DNS Leak test still show me that I am using my ISP's DNS server. Anyone has this problem when selectively routing a few IPs through the tunnel using Tomato?
  6. Good morning, first of all: great service. Just signed up for a whole year after a 3 day trial. My config: using win10, opendns servers in my router settings, and the latest openvpn and tcp settings on all your servers One thing i noticed is: I tried several of your servers and for some (including Gacrux) i see a dns leak on https://ipleak.net. It´s not bothering me a lot, but it makes me scratch my head. - are you using different configs on all your servers? - is it me who´s doing something wrong? Thanks in advance and keep up the good work!
  7. I recently bought an Asus router RT-AC68U to flash Tomato firmware as AirVPN offers a config generation for this. I had a few issues with that and noticed that Asus supports OpenVPN from scratch. I've tried it and it works flawless, no tomato is needed. Difficulty: Very low Time: 2 Minutes Prerequisite: - Asus Router (in my case it's a RT-AC68U but it should work for all asus routers that have OpenVPN support) Steps: 1. Browse to https://airvpn.org/generator/ and select 'Router or others' and choose a server you like. Tick on 'Direct, protocol UDP, port 443' and click on 'Generate'. Save this openvpn config file anywhere on your computer. 2. Open the asus router webinterface and click on 'VPN'. Click on 'Add profile', choose OpenVPN. Enter a description, leave username and password EMPTY. Click on 'Browse' and select the downloaded openvpn config file. Click on upload. Click on OK. That's it now you can click on connect. 3. Visit https://ipleak.net and check if it works. By default I have no dns leak. But in case you have you can setup the AirVPN DNS this way: 3b. Click on WAN tab. Turn DNS server off and enter either google's DNS or AirVPN's DNS or both as in the screenshot. That's it. Every client which is connected to the router now is secured by VPN.
  8. This tutorial is about blocking ALL traffic outside of the VPN connection which reveal your real IP address and also work as DNS Leak Fix. This works ONLY for Viscosity users and ONLY if you have ANY firewall (in my case I'm using GData Internet Security 2015). Why only for Viscosity? Because Viscosity makes it very easy for us by creating network adapters and I had trouble applying the Comodo guide to GData Firewall. In short: We simply block ALL traffic on our others network adapters and just allow Viscosity (and the network adapters of viscosity). Step by step: 1. Create a new rule set called AirVPN or whatever else. 2. We need a to create only a few custom rules in our rule set 3. We need to allow the Openvpn.exe inside of the Viscosity folder. I recommend using the assistant of GData. 3a) We need to allow in/out connections to our homework by allowing connections from to 3b) We need to allow in/out connections to AirVPN in general, because GData has no kind of collection we must create for every IP a rule. We allow in/out connections to and to 3c) Next we allow connections to the AIRVPN server(s) in this case I'm allowing connections to the AirVPN Switzerland server //Edit: This doesn't seem to be necessary at all. 3d) At the end we block ALL other traffic 4. As previously told Viscosity creates network adapters. So we just need to apply this rule set to our local network adapter only. As soon as Viscosity has lost the connection, we are no longer be able to connect to the internet because our local network has been blocked. But we can reconnect with Viscosity to our AirVPN servers. So we made sure that all traffic is going through our VPN tunnel. This works with all firewalls that support these steps and its very easy to set up. Feedback is appreciated.
  • Create New...