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hello, i am using linux version of airvpn (ubuntu, x64) and it doesnt work in china. i was trying to fix it myself checking the forum. someone recommended to use IP addresses 3 and 4 tls-crypt which is not avalible in my version. how can we the problem be solved?
Hi! I have a strange problem. I have been using AirVPN since year and a half. Everything was ok until I updated my Windows 8.1 64-bit a day ago. Since then my real IP has been revealed and there is no trace, according to ipleak.net, of AirVPN connection. I don't know where the shoe pinches indeed. I have reinstalled TAP-Windows Adapter V 9. Windows shows AirVPN is connected. AirVPN connection manager itself displays network access. In Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections I can see that OpenVPN adapter is linked. Furthermore, Online Armor (firewall which I use) identifies AirVPN linkage. So, VPNCheck does. I have to add that my internet operates through 3G+ modem. Except for AirVPN on Windows 8 64-bit, I use the same OS on VMware Player. It is actually the copy of my physical computer with drivers removed and Comodo Free Firewall set as it should be to avoid IP leaks. This virtualized enviroment was updated as well a day ago. The same 3G+ modem is in use. Everything proceeds ok. After update IP Address (Windows Metro App) shows my ISP connection with masked IP, except for AirVPN as it used to be. But, may it be, it doesn't matter. I have not experienced any problems yet using Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander Live CD, identical OS or Linux Mint 16 Petra on virtual machines. I would like to emphasize that I want not to install Comodo Firewall on my "hardware version" of Windows 8.1. It lowered performance of my computer obviously. Even if task manager presented a lot of free resources. I enclosed AirVPN connection manager's log and ipconfig /all below. Please help me with described problem. Best regards Log AirVPN.pdf IPCONFIG.pdf