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Oh boy, not sure what I did. So recently I switched from PIA (Private Internet Access) to AirVPN because I needed the ability to access my PLEX server remotely when my VPN was enabled. I was able to set this up correctly however for some reason, I am unable to access my media library now. My files are sitting on a synology NAS connected to my network. Are there any other settings I need to do so that when I access PLEX and AirVPN is enabled, it will be able to browse my network storage? Also, I enabled network lock after reading what it is used for. Soon after, I ran into some issues so I disabled it to perform some debugging. Unfortunately, even though it is disabled, when I close AirVPN, I am unable to access the internet from my server. As soon as I turn on AirVPN, my connection restores. I tried to restart to flush the setting but no luck. I bit off more than I can chew apparently. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I attached some screenshots I thought would be helpful. If there are any other details needed, please let me know. Thank you in advance!
How do I prevent an IP leak when I use AIRVPN with my Synology NAS download manager and my VPN connection drops and reverts to my home IP. How would I be able to prevent the download station from downloading if the VPN drops connection? I've done it on the PC just dont know how I would do it on the DiskStation. Thanks In Advance
Just wanted to know how fast everyone is getting on their download and upload on their synology NAS while on the VPN downloading torrents. What is the optimal port and protocal to use TCP or UDP. When i tried the download station behind the VPN is was only getting less then 400 KB DL. On my computer I get about 1.2 MB max. I have a 60 Mb connection.