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I currently use Jackett for torrent searching + Tixati as my torrent client. A feature in Jackett lets you create your own custom RSS Filters for the torrent sites you have added. This is great for me as it will automatically download whatever I have configured. But every time I disconnect and reconnect servers, the Local IP changes, and then I must reconfigure the RSS IP again. Jackett lets you override the Base URL + path, can I somehow do configure this to work with Dynamic DNS? I have Dynamic DNS configured correctly (All DNS servers are green) but when I set it as the RSS URL it does not work. Jackett also listens on the local IP address 0.0.0.0 but I don't think you can change the Jackett IP If anyone can help me with problem that would be great. Thank you!
I'm using Eddie 2.4 to connect to AirVPN on my phone running Android 10. I've checked the option to exclude local networks from VPN. When connected, my sonos device is not detected by the Sonos app (using sonos s1 because my device can't be used with the new s2). A traceroute to my device shows that I'm outside the VPN : traceroute 192.168.0.200 1?: [LOCALHOST] pmtu 1500 1: 192.168.0.200 91.003ms reached 1: 192.168.0.200 1.934ms reached Resume: pmtu 1500 hops 1 back 1 When I'm using an AirVPN generated profil on de.blinkt.openvpn v0.7.21 (with some adjustments like routing local networks outside the VPN) instead of Eddie, my sonos device is working.
Is it an issue that I can see a local ip here? I know I can disable WebRTC, but I use it. It seems to me like it gets routed through vpn, since it changes when I disconnect. And I don't leak my real, public IP behind VPN from what I can see. Is this safe (pics) or am I leaking? Btw I use Ubuntu 16.04 and Eddie 2.13.6 with network lock enabled. Some help would be appreciated!