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  1. Hi, I got an issue. When i enable Intel VT-x in my bios, the next time i boot my pc, AirVPN can't resolve the route. It does set the ip address correct on the TAP v9 adapter. in the 10.x.x.x range and it does set the dns correct on that adapter. My TAP v9 adapter doesn't get a default gateway. Normal? On my physical adapter(virtualized Hyper-V adapter) it does set the DNS correct, but my ip address is still the same (192.168.0.x). Is this normal? AirVPN does a correct dns flush on the adapters. then it goes on checking the route. and fails. theres a screenshot attached. I also dissabled IPv6 on all adapters. Do u need more info? I'll be happy to give. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks
  2. So I'm running Ubuntu-MATE 16.04 and I've installed network-manager-openvpn-gnome, downloaded the certs. Added Air to my list of VPN's. All seems to work fine, I can connect and get the message that I have connected, however I cannot connect to any website, it just comes up Resolving host and then states that the site cannot be reached. Also on a side note, the .deb package is busted.
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