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Hello I've searched the forum (and am clearly using wrong search terms) - but I would be grateful if someone could explain the the "Routing - Internal servers, used for double-hop to avoid geolocation censorship. Not available for direct connections" entry on https://airvpn.org/status/, and how to use these servers. Thanks heaps. T.
Hi This isn't fully an AirVPN problem, but since I installed a patch fixing a DNS leak, it's been a nuisance. You can find the fix here: https://www.dnsleaktest.com/how-to-fix-a-dns-leak.php Basically, I was on Riseup VPN at the time. I took a DNS leak test at dns-oarc.net and it gave results for both Riseup's VPN and an IP belonging to my ISP near where I live. Apparently DNS leaks are a common problem for users of OpenVPN on Windows. I'm on Windows Vista. I installed a fix, and it worked. However, since then I've had to manually reset my IPv4 and DNS settings to "obtain automatically" in the Network and Sharing Centre in Control Panel every time I switch on my computer. Otherwise, it doesn't connect to the internet, only "local only". So I got AirVPN today and the problem is persisting. Not only that, but every time I want to switch server I need to reset the IPv4 and DNS settings again. I also had to re-run the DNS leak fix because it was leaking with AirVPN as well. It leaked in both OpenVPN and the AirVPN client. I've chosen to use OpenVPN because it allows me to use the fix, which has worked apart from the frustrating problem described here. Anyone know how to fix this?