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Hi everyone, First of all, I have searched, but couldn't find anything matching my search terms. That may turn out to mean nothing, but yeah. Anyway, I'm running AirVPN on a Desktop with Ubuntu 14.04. I'm located in Japan. I have a FTTH connection which is allegedly gigabit, but in practice ranges from 50 - 250mbps downstream and, on average, 50mbps upstream. Anyway, I have an odd problem with the VPN service. When I do a speed test, I get some interesting results: UK server, UDP, ports 443 and 53 Download Out-tunnel: 4.2mbps In-tunnel: ~4mbps Upload Out-tunnel: ~15mpbs In-tunnel: 0.45mbps Singapore server, UDP, ports 443 and 53 Download Out-tunnel: ~18mbps In-tunnel: ~18mbps Upload Out-tunnel: 12mbps In-tunnel: 0.65mbps Running a test on Speedtest.net gives similar results - the downstream bandwidth is fine, upstream bandwidth is not. The thing is, this upstream block just disappears when I run speedtest on the topen internet through their Japanese server. I get my 50mbps upload that I've always had. I even tried port 80 to see if my ISP is gaming speed tests. Bit Torrent works fine. I've looked at the tutorials, and, like I said, I searched the forums. I'd appreciate any help anyone could give - this issue is basically preventing me from streaming (I think, unless the iPlayer issues discussed in other threads has not, in fact, been resolved). The thing is, streaming seems to work fine on my Android tablet with OpenVPN for Android installed. Thanks in advance, the100thmonkey