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  1. Hi there all, I'm in a nice position: I activated some software that checks (validates the licence) on a particular IP address. Unfortunately, I was not able to open Eddie (somehow... it wasn't visible in the Windows System tray as an icon... YET, it was active!) but nonetheless I was able to lookup the exit IP from the Air VPN server. The IP address at the time was: 213.152.162.114 The only thing is: I do not know the server name for this IP address. Can you please help me out: how do I lookup the AIR VPN server name, when knowing this IP address? ( I trust, any IP address is connected to a fixed server name by the way - otherwise I would be in big trouble anyway ;-) Thanks for our help !
  2. I have a dual boot system with Windows 7 Ultimate 64 and Windows 10 Pro 64. With the latest OpenVPM and TAP, and Eddie 2.10.3, everything works perfectly on Windows 7. Great speeds, no connection lag. However, with the EXACT same setup on Windows 10, the client will sit in an infinite loop trying to Check Route before failing. This is with Preferences->Advanced->DNS set to Automatic. If I manually set my Ethernet and Tap adapter DNS server to 10.50.0.1, and set Preferences->Advanced->DNS to Disable, and enter 10.50.0.1 in the server list there, the client will connect, but DNS lookups take 30+ seconds and frequently timeout, and leak tests reveal that my ISP DNS is being used, probably as a fallback. Is this a known bug with the Eddie client and Windows 10? Is there any way to solve this?
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