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  1. How I can hide from website I am using vpn??
  2. Hello, I want to use Air VPN to establish remote access to my Raspberry PI 2b+ from internet. Should I just install Air VPN client, and do port forwarding on my router? What about IP address? It will change every time I connect device to server? I was looking for instruction / suggestions how to do it, but I didn't found the answer. Do you guys have any suggestions?
  3. Hello, I was messing around with a local web page hosted on my raspberry pi for local projects, and using that web page works fine from my pc which has an ethernet cable to my router. However when I try to access the page with my android phone, I cannot connect to the web page. I can also not reach my router admin page from my android device, something that DOES work on my pc... All three devices: pc, android phone, raspberry pi are running on AirVPN. The moment I disconnect from the VPN, I can access the admin panel and the website from my phone. Is there a way to make devices connected via wifi while using the VPN able to access my router / other local machines? Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi guys, Sorry I'm a bit of a noob. Is there any tutorial or has anyone set up Pi-hole (https://pi-hole.net/)+ Air on a RP3 so as to not have DNS be leaked via Pi-hole? Also the ability to VPN from my phone whilst on cellular data to my Pi would be great. How exactly would would the whole process look, presumably I wont use Eddie because the Pi will be handling the Air VPN requests? So how exactly do I connect using my computer and phone? Thank you!
  5. I'm posting this hoping it'll help someone else. It's not super detailed but it should get you over the hump. A better headline would be: "How to setup a RPI as an AirVPN client". My setup: (I'm using an RPI3 running the max2play image. max2play doesn't really have anything to do with this topic, but just in case you're wondering.) pi@max2play:~ $ uname -a Linux max2play 4.4.20-v7+ #908 SMP Wed Sep 7 14:44:27 BST 2016 armv7l GNU/Linux How-to: Read https://gist.github.com/superjamie/ac55b6d2c080582a3e64 to get the overall idea. The instructions below refer to it. To make it work with AirVPN: - User > Client Area > Config Generator > RPI - build your config... - under section 3. - check ADVANCED - CHECK: Separate keys/certs from .ovpn file - download the config as a zip - Follow instructions up until "Setup VPN Client"... sudo apt-get install openvpn - move the AirVPN config zip to your RPI. - I unzipped mine to ./openvpn using unzip AirVPN-2.zip -d openvpn - (in my case, I generated a config for Alkaid) - the key thing is what follows: $ sudo cp openvpn/AirVPN_US-Chicago-Illinois_Alkaid_UDP-443.ovpn /etc/openvpn/client.conf $ sudo cp openvpn/*crt /etc/openvpn/ $ sudo cp openvpn/*key /etc/openvpn/ in other words: - you want to copy the files as root to make sure the perms are good. - the .ovpn file gets copied as name_of_your_config.conf (and not .ovpn) - FINALLY, edit your /etc/openvpn/name_of_your_config.conf and full path the keys and certs. The last 4 lines should say: ca "/etc/openvpn/ca.crt" cert "/etc/openvpn/user.crt" key "/etc/openvpn/user.key" tls-auth "/etc/openvpn/ta.key" 1 Back to superjamie's tutorial, you can skip the whole password section. You're ready to test: sudo openvpn --config /etc/openvpn/name_of_your_config.conf It should all work. You can verify with...: $ curl ipinfo.io/`lwp-request -o text checkip.dyndns.org | awk '{ print $NF }'` { "ip": "x.x.x.x", "hostname": "No Hostname", "city": "", "region": "", "country": "US", "loc": "37.7510,-97.8220", "org": "AS35017 Swiftway Sp. z o.o." } $ From that point on, you can follow the original instructions. To enable the VPN as a permanent service: sudo systemctl enable openvpn@name_of_your_config PS: this might be useful to you too: https://www.howtogeek.com/142044/how-to-turn-a-raspberry-pi-into-an-always-on-bittorrent-box/ Bazinga!
  6. I've been struggling trying to setup my Raspberian RPi3 to make sure that the only connection that is allowed is one through a VPN. I've tried iptables, and using gufw but none of the tutorials I've found seem to work for me. Here is what I'm looking to do. Run my VPN (Eddie doesn't work on Raspberian), run my deluge client, if the VPN connection is active the RPi can connect to the outside world, if the RPi looses its VPN connection then RPi is disconnected from the world. Does anyone have a tutorial where they've been successful with this?
  7. God, I'm so lost... I just got a Raspberry Pi B+ board and it's my introduction to the world of Linux. I'm attempting to use it as a always on torrent box, with USB storage drive on samba. It will be headless and already running tightvnc. I am absolutely lost and don't even know how to install AirVPN on my Raspberry Pi. I looked in the configuration generator and want to use Cephei server, and know I have to tick the advance box, but what do I select on Advanced -Separate keys/certs from .ovpn file -Bundle executables: No64 bit32 bit -Resolved hosts in .ovpn file -All servers for area region -Filename Prefix: -Custom directives: Then after I download the package, where do I put it and how do I install it on my Raspberry Pi? I'm too much in a Windows state of mind with a setup.exe to wrap my head around it right now. Can someone please give me some dumbed down step by step instructions on installing from beginning to end? I need baby steps and command line commands.... I appreciate any and all help. Thanks PS. I'm running Rasparian on the RPi
  8. I am running a headless ubuntu server v16.04 on raspberry pi, everything works fine. Now I am trying to setup openvpn client with AirVpn, can anybody provide some instructions on how to do it ?
  9. Hello, It seems AirVPN client is not compatible with standard RPi2 Debian. After install it's not possible to launch AirVVPN client, it just closes. Log: http://pastebin.com/N4sxfg2v Mono version: Mono JIT compiler version 3.2.8 (Debian 3.2.8+dfsg-10) Copyright © 2002-2014 Novell, Inc, Xamarin Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.comTLS: __threadSIGSEGV: normalNotifications: epollArchitecture: armel,vfp+hardDisabled: noneMisc: softdebug LLVM: supported, not enabled.GC: sgen
  10. I've downloaded the mono version of the AirVPN client to run on my Raspberry Pi, but I seem to be having an issue getting it up and running on my Arch Linux Arm installation. The problem appears to be that the AirVPN client passes a bad parameter or parameters to my local OpenVPN binary. Unfortunately, I cannot use the OpenVPN binary distriuted with the mono client, as it is not suitable for the ARM architecture. The client also straingely appears to refuse to read certain configuration parameters from my profile, but that is a secondary concern for the time being. The command line invocation, application startup, and profile options are included below. Please note that although the application appears to be using the binaries with which it was distributed, these have been replaced with symlinks to my system's binaries. I'd be happy to provide any additional information, and thanks in advance for any assistance! /usr/local/etc/airvpn/system.xml <options> <option name="areas.blacklist" value="de,us" /> <option name="executables.openvpn" value="/usr/bin/openvpn" /> <option name="executables.ssh" value="/usr/bin/ssh" /> <option name="executables.ssl" value="/usr/bin/stunnel" /> <option name="openvpn.custom" value="/usr/bin/openvpn" /> </options> /usr/bin/mono /opt/airvpn_linux_x86_mono/AirVPN.exe -cli -profile=/usr/local/etc/airvpn/system.xml Oct 29 00:46:57 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:46:57 - AirVPN client version: 2.7, System: Linux, Architecture: Unknown Oct 29 00:46:58 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:46:58 - Reading options from /usr/local/etc/airvpn/system.xml Oct 29 00:46:59 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:46:59 - Press 'X' to Cancel, 'B' to reconnect to the best available server. Oct 29 00:46:59 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:46:59 - Data Path: /usr/local/etc/airvpn Oct 29 00:46:59 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:46:59 - App Path: /opt/airvpn_linux_x86_mono Oct 29 00:46:59 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:46:59 - Executable Path: /opt/airvpn_linux_x86_mono/AirVPN.exe Oct 29 00:46:59 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:46:59 - Command line arguments: cli="True" profile="system" path="/usr/local/var/airvpn" Oct 29 00:46:59 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:46:59 - Profile: system Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - Updating systems & servers data ... Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - Operating System: Unix 3.12.29.1 - Linux lanvpn 3.12.29-1-ARCH #1 PREEMPT Tue Oct 7 07:03:53 MDT 2014 armv6l GNU/Linu Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - OpenVPN Driver - Found Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - OpenVPN - Version: OpenVPN 2.3.4 (/opt/airvpn_linux_x86_mono/openvpn) Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - SSH - Version: OpenSSH_6.6.1p1, OpenSSL 1.0.1j 15 Oct 2014 (/usr/bin/ssh) Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - SSL - Version: stunnel 5.06 (/opt/airvpn_linux_x86_mono/stunnel) Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - IPV6: Not available Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: E 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - update-resolv-conf Not found Oct 29 00:47:02 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:02 - Checking login ... Oct 29 00:47:07 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:07 - Logged in. Oct 29 00:47:07 lanvpn mono[19286]: I 2014.10.29 00:47:07 - Session starting. Oct 29 00:47:07 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:07 - Checking environment Oct 29 00:47:07 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:07 - Retrieving manifest Oct 29 00:47:08 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:08 - Systems & servers data update completed Oct 29 00:47:08 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:08 - Waiting for latency tests (60 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (58 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (56 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (55 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (54 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (53 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (51 to go) Oct 29 00:47:09 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:09 - Waiting for latency tests (50 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (48 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (45 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (44 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (42 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (39 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (38 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (35 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (32 to go) Oct 29 00:47:10 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:10 - Waiting for latency tests (29 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (26 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (24 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (20 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (18 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (16 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (11 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Waiting for latency tests (5 to go) Oct 29 00:47:11 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:11 - Checking authorization ... Oct 29 00:47:12 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:12 - Connecting to Grumium (Canada, Toronto, Ontario) Oct 29 00:47:13 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:13 - Disconnecting Oct 29 00:47:13 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:13 - Connection terminated. Oct 29 00:47:13 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:13 - OpenVPN > Options error: Unrecognized option or missing parameter(s) in /usr/local/etc/airvpn/fb49d9d32fb966785cf1aee Oct 29 00:47:13 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:13 - OpenVPN > Use --help for more information. Oct 29 00:47:16 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:16 - Checking authorization ... Oct 29 00:47:17 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:17 - Connecting to Grumium (Canada, Toronto, Ontario) Oct 29 00:47:17 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:17 - OpenVPN > Options error: Unrecognized option or missing parameter(s) in /usr/local/etc/airvpn/889cbe22dba3d679d7af794 Oct 29 00:47:17 lanvpn mono[19286]: . 2014.10.29 00:47:17 - OpenVPN > Use --help for more information. Oct 29 00:47:17 lanvpn mono[19286]: ! 2014.10.29 00:47:17 - Disconnecting
  11. I am struggling to successfully edit the openvpn config file generated in the client area to successfully use the script here: http://brianhornsby.com/blog/how-to-setup-your-vpn-client In the guide it suggests editing the file to point to a password but AirVPN seems to use a key instead. Any help would be appreciated.
  12. I am trying to setup Airvpn, on a raspberry pi 2. I have downloaded and installed openvpn, and the airvpn packages, but cannot execute the binary airvpn files, either by clicking on them, or via the command line. The packages I have tried installing are the Debian packages, both the x86 and 64...is this the problem? I managed to get airvpn working on my netbook, with no problems, whatsoever...any ideas about why it is apparently so difficult, on the pi?
  13. I have been up and down old guides to set up my pi to run a seed box, but each source is a little confusing and has a few steps missing/different/outdated. Can anyone please link or type up a proper set up guide to get the Pi on Rasbian set up quickly and painlessly, along with how to auto boot the config with no leaks in plain English? A Linux built client for ARM processors could do wonders in this department. Thank you!
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