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  1. for the past 2 days IPLeak is resolving DNS verrryyy slowly and getting 0 results with 100 errors, while there are 2 DNS IP one each IPv4 and IPv6. active torrent is not working as the link does not download anything.
  2. Am trying to setup up qBittorrent with my AirVPN app to prevent the bittorent app from working when AirVPN isn't active. I read from this post here that it's possible to set qBittorrent to use the tun0 interface or activate the network lock using Eddie. In the settings of my Eddie app, I see my VPN interface is called utun1 and see this same option under the advanced settings of the qBittorrent app -- as well as options for utun0, utun2, and utun3. Lastly, is it better to just use Network Lock instead?
  3. I use airVpn only for torrenting. And now everytime I connect to your service, through the eddieUI I will connect to no seeders, nor peers. Not using the vpn is no problem on the other hand. If I start downloading a torrent file nothing happens, unless I restart the utorrent client. Sometimes needs a couple of restarts. This is very annoying and should not be happening and has not been happening before. I have a forwarded port and I tried another.
  4. Since the beginning of using your service I have been using it for torrenting without any problems. But after a period of no use I have come back to your service(my subscription and settings were still active though) and most torrents show the trackers disabled. This is happening when I try to download from public trackers and a few private ones aswell. Other private ones do work though. So my question is, why suddenly am I having this problem, is it my setup/settings or do simply some trackers blacklist vpn servers? Although on every tracker you see ads that provoke using vpn´s... Note, I have tried 3 different server from 3 different countries, tried multiple ports and checked every port. Thanks in advance.
  5. The main TPB URL appears to be inaccessible on many servers. I am not sure whether this is due to TPB being blocked by the VPN server provider's ISPs or whether TPB is blocking IPs (never heard of this before). This can be checked by entering https://thepiratebay.org/ into https://airvpn.org/routes/ I can also see that UK servers are being routed through NL, presumably to bypass ISP blocks, though I am unable to access the site via UK servers. For anybody else experiencing this problem, it is still accessible via the Tor network @ http://uj3wazyk5u4hnvtk.onion/
  6. Someone I might know has found recently while torrenting the download speed suddenly drops dramatically to almost zero and on many occasions the modem router suddenly loses line sync. Prior to disconnection openvpn (running in a terminal window) reports numerous possible replay attacks. Setup is Ubuntu 16.06 LTS running openvpn with ovpn files from config generator (keys separate, hosts resolved). Numerous different servers and ports have been tried. ovpn files modified to run update-resolv-conf on up / down. ipv6 disabled in grub.cfg. ufw used to deny all incoming ports except 67,68/udp 80,443/tcp and the airvpn mapped port over tcp (further restricted to tun0 interface). Are they just being paranoid or is their ISP or some other actor able to detect torrent activity and cause the router to disconnect?
  7. So, here we go again. The Persei server located in California refuses to magnet link ANYTHING or download torrents from rarbg.to at decent speeds. But a few days ago it was just fine and fast as usual. I had this problem a few months ago, and once last year as well, and now it is back. Again. I have to switch servers, any server (Heze or Aquila in California or Pisces in Canada), then do the magnet link, THEN it downloads. If I then switch back to Persei it downloads, eventually. Also, the Status of most every URL in the Trackers is "Not Working" when I am on Persei server. But, right now I am on Pisces in Canada and most all are Working. Once I got back to Persei, Not Working again. There is something with RARBG and Persei server that they just don't like each other all the time. It goes away in a few weeks and everything works fine, then it comes back again. Does anyone have any idea what this is?
  8. I have been going through a headache since installing a new hard drive and fresh OS install. Eddie works fine, but once I start to torrent the speeds go down very fast. I never had this issue on my previous OS install. I could torrent many files and still surf with relative ease. This is not happening now and I do not know what the issue it. I have two previous posts asking for help. Here: https://airvpn.org/topic/29841-copy-old-settings-file-of-eddie-to-new-os/?view=findpost&p=78316 (It seemed resolved after trying the suggested fix there, for one day, but then went back to being slow again today) and my first post here: https://airvpn.org/topic/29761-connection-issues-after-fresh-os-install/ Attached is a copy of my log. All the "AEAD Decrypt error: bad packet ID" start when I turn qBittorrent on and start downloading. Please help. This is perplexing me as to why this is happening. I always had fast torrenting and able to still surf the net before. It's as if once I start torrenting my connection get's capped or tunneled. ALL torrents lose speed WAY down and I can hardly load a web page. The second I turn torrent off, back to be normal. Eddie_20181008_023110.txt
  9. I have AirVPN all set up and running great on a pf Sense router that my home network sits behind. I am trying to get port forwarding set up for torrenting on a server running Windows Server 2016. As far as I can tell everything is set up exactly as it should be but I just can't get it to work. I am connected to Metallah. I have created the forwarded port on the AirVPN site. I have the port open in my Windows firewall. I have the port forwarded in pfSense. I have my torrent client configured to listen on the port I've set up in AirVPN and pfSense and I have my torrent client running with an active torrent trying to download. I have verified that the port is open and can be connected to on my LAN. I have tried 2 different torrent clients (qBittorrent and Deluge) as well as a port listener tool that simply opens any port you specify on TCP or UDP and just listens for connections. When I check the port on the AirVPN site I get error 110 timeout. I've also tried other sites and tools for performing external tests on that port and they all indicate that the port is not open. I have tried creating several new ports on AirVPN (at least 4) and tested on multiple computers on my network all with new corresponding NAT rules in pfSense. No matter what I do I can't get port forwarding to work and I'm at my wits end. I hope someone can help me figure this out. Here is a screenshot of my NAT rule in pfSense.
  10. Hi I've recently upgraded my service with my ISP to a faster speed. Haven't changed any setting in Eddie but now have noticeable decline in speed and stability. Especially noticeable with torrents. I've usually gotten up to speeds of 3mb and steady transfer but now have sudden drops to 0 and not reaching higher than 1mb before doing so. The service upgrade from cox was supposed to double my internet speeds which has been working when not using eddie. Using latest utorrent and haven't changed any of the preferences than before. Have gone through most of settings recommended on the forums which all seemed to work previously. Attaching log, are there any new changes I should be making? Protocols for eddie are set to automatic, and the only ovpn directives added were mssfix to 1430 which after re-checking didn't seem to change and I left it the same.
  11. Hay! So I recently bought myself a subscription of 3 days just to test things out, and so far I am completely and utterly lost. My initial reasons for buying the vpn services was to torrent, however are there things I NEED to know first? Do I need to connect anything to something? I use deluge if that helps. I tried looking into the FAQ and sadly everything on it is just a bit too TECHNICAL for me to fully understand Sadly I'm an idiot when it comes to understanding things and very nervous about all of this, since this is again new to me I'm sorry for bothering anyone (and hopefully I didnt post in the wrong forum O_O)
  12. I have set up AirVPn on Pfsense according to the guide here in the forums and running well for many years. Also port forwarding worked flawless in the past. Some days ago I started Vuze to do some torrenting and and wondering about the slow speeds. The NAT/Firewall test revealed that only the port forwarding for UDP packets seem to work. The test for incoming TCP connection always times out. Please see attached NAT-rule from my pfsense box. Worked flawless in the past and I have not changed any configuration. Whats wrong ?
  13. Hello everybody, it's my first time using torrent, that's why I am a little bit paranoid. I configured everything, port-forwarding, network-lock, checked via IPleak and so on. And everything seems to be fine. But it's odd, that during AirVPN connection the speed of qTorrent is much higher (shouldn't there be no connection at all during that phase?) and afterwards it drops a little. I am not concerned about the speed, just about any IP leaks. I attached screenshots of all my configurations. Can you please check. Maybe i am too paranoid, but better safe than sorry!
  14. Hi, After I've forwarded the right port in AirVPN client area and put the right settings in qBittorrent, I finally get great speeds while connected to the VPN service. However, the speeds (for torrents), seem to fluctuate heavily between 0 and 200Mbit (my max speed). I have the feeling it is because of some setting or limit somewhere that high speeds cannot be sustained. Here is a screenshot of the Eddie speed: More info: - Using network lock - Using OS X 10.12.6 - Using an SSD - Using Asus AC-3200 router - Only using the utun3 network interface in qBittorrent - Used settings described here for qBittorrent - Disabled firewall on router - Looked for any settings in my router that might impede sustained speed like ICMP flood detection but cannot find those - Using port forwarding in client area Is this normal behaviour? I don't really mind it for the time being, as speed is much faster than before, however maybe I'm missing a setting that could prevent this?
  15. My torrent speeds are much slower when connected to AirVPN. I'm just getting frustrated now because I usually look around forums for solutions, but I've tried about everything and its no use x - port forwarding x - protocols x - utorrent preferences x - different torrent programs x - different servers And I know its not a torrent problem because when I use my connection without vpn I get 7-12 mbps but with I get 300 - 600 kbps. I'm out of ideas and was hoping someone could help me.
  16. I've searched on this forum for multiple suggestions and nothing is working....... I Created a new port, Put said port in ubittorrent port listening box... made sure UPnP is off/random port is off. Pressed okay. tested port thru airvpn port client area.... message i got back is connection timeout.. checked on canyouseeme.org, got a connection timeout. YET im downloading the torrent however at VERY slow speeds. (200mb/s) I did the process again, but this time i left the box open when i created a port so it can create a random one, and i entered it in bittorrent client, and same as above happened... connection refused. What am i doing wrong???? im selecting UDP+TCP for port. is that right?
  17. Hi There! Recently I'm having issues with my connection speed. I used to be able to hit about 1.25 MBs on torrents, but about 2 weeks ago I noticed a massive slowdown in speed, now I'm lucky if I can hit 100 KBs. I've tried switching around servers with lower latency, changing the protocol connection settings without any meaningful change in speed. I have a port forwarding enabled, so I tried changing the enabled forwarded port with no change in speed. When disconnected from the VPN, speed on the torrent is about 3 MBs. I ran a speedtest on the website Down: 32.699 Mbit/s Out, 12.695 Mbit/s In (38%), 20MB - Up: 10.437 Mbit/s Out, 8.565 Mbit/s In (82%), 20MB - Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2017 23:27:29 GMT - Buffers: 20MB/20MB - Laps: 3, Time: 86.50 secs I'm on a windows machine using the AirVPN client and Vuze for torrents, Speed should be well above what I'm getting while torrenting, and I can't figure out where the throttle is. Any thoughts?
  18. Hi all, The screenshot below shows the struggles I've been having with AirVPN, since I bought a subscription yesterday My internet connection is 30 mbit, but I already know from experience without vpn that the provider delivers a consistent 10 mbit connection (something they won't fix), However, since I joined AirVPN the p2p capacity has grinded to a halt! Using a private torrent subscription, I normally download 1mb/s, and I still seem to be able to reach those speeds for a few minutes per hour, but the rest of the time the speeds are reduced to 50kb/s max. I've set up Deluge to only listen on a specific port, which I received through this website, but it seems to no avail. Looking at the eddie log, it appears that the slowdown either started or ended around the 9:50 mark (I wasn't tracking when I took the screenshots), and would really like to consistently receive quicker speeds. Is there anything I can try? I've already tried a few different servers and did the general reading-up on the forum.
  19. Hi, AirVPN Community I just join the AirVPN community. I choose AirVPN becomes its open privacy policies and some advance features like SSL over VPN. However, the Torrent download speed got me disappointed a little. I did some speed test before I used Torrent client. My Wifi Download speed was around 50 mbps and it dropped to 38~ mbps after I connected to AirVPN. This is understandable since I know using VPN is bound to have some performance hit. At the end of the day, I was still able to stream 4k. So, it was all good. Yet, when I tried BitTorrent to download something. The difference was too drastic. I could go from a download speed of 3~4 Mbyte/s when I NOT connected to AirVPN to somewhere around 300~1000 Kbyte/s when I connected. The maximum torrent download speed with AirVPN connection I have seems was only around 1.2 Mbyte/s. That was about 80% drop in performance. I have set up remote port forwarding, disable UPnP port mapping and NAT-PMP. It didn't help. I think since I could reach to 38~ mbps on Youtube with AirVPN, the only two explanations will be either AirVPN is not friendly to p2p, or my Torrent client and setting is not friendly to AirVPN. I have tried pBittorrent but It was the same story. Could you please share your thoughts on why would this happen? Thank you very much! ======================================================================================================================================================================= Update#1 I followed this post:https://airvpn.org/topic/23389-p2p-connection-slow-no-matter-what-i-do/ I changed the protocols to SSL:443, and used Ubuntu torrent to test the speed. It's working perfectly and I can see my speed went up to 8 Mbyte/s. I don't know why it needs to be obfuscated with SSL. If anyone knows the reason, please let me know. Thank you! ======================================================================================================================================================================= Update#2 The bottleneck seems came from UDP Protocols. TCP Protocols is working fine as well. My guess is UDP Protocol drops too many packets between me and vpn server. I cannot get those losing packets from vpn server due to its UDP. So I had to keep requesting for losing packets from peers which makes other peers less likely to passing me more packets, or some of them simply just got timeout.
  20. hi i note that it is impossible to download torrent on the french torrent website http://www.cpasbien.cm and torrent 411 help me, which server can allow any download ? thanks a lot
  21. I'm not sure if it is a problem or just a harmless bug or something, but my upload speed goes well into the mb's when I use a torrent client, even though the client (Tixati) informs me that my upload is below the 1 mb. Without using a torrent client my upload speed is as expected, mostly at zero and then sometimes shooting towards 440 kbit/s or less but just for a second. I tried finding answers but only found one thread about this on this forum and it didn't contain a solution or even an explanation. So if someone can shed some light on this, that would be most welcome.
  22. Hi, When I'm torrenting, I notice that I'm getting sometimes (random) disconnected. I see some post about that but without any "good" response. I'm using eddie 2.12.4 on linux and qbittorrent I notice that when using the simple OpenVPN client I get no problem at all...May be it's just a coincidence...Or the problem is with some servers and the way they are chosen is different. Any ideas are welcome ;-)
  23. Hello, I'm having an issue where I cannot download torrents since I did port forwarding. I forwarded my port through the website because qBittorrent had a yellow "connection status." I set the port in qBittorrent, and now the "connection status" is green, but torrents are not downloading. I did this yesterday, and when I initially forwarded my port, it was working just fine, and today it's not. Also, I was able to run the "TCP Test" and got a green light yesterday. I ran it today, and it stays gray. Not sure what that means, but figured I should include that info. Any suggestions? Thank you, all
  24. Just got airvpn and the download speeds on torrents keep rising and dropping all the time. Ive downloaded in the past without VPN and with a different VPN and the speeds were always steady around 900 kbs and 1mbs or higher. With airvpn its constantly fluctating every minute or 2. It goes up to around 1 mbs, then drops to 100kbs rinse and repeat. Already tried different servers and ports through SSL and SSH same thig.
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