I'm curious as to how many people encounter the following problem, specifically. I'm on Windows 10, Eddie 2.10.3, using the TCP port 443 protocol for torrents.
I usually connect to one of the Canadian servers. Typically the initial connection goes without a hitch and I have reasonable anonymity (100% on whoer.net). On some of the servers, not all, if I initiate a torrent client and torrent downloads then rather quickly the download speeds drop to nothing, and Eddie goes through an endless cycle of disconnects. This has happened too many times to be uncorrelated with the onset of the torrent client, as if my ISP knows something torrent-like is going on even if they can't identify specifics.
Once this begins, Eddie will never successfully connect to another server. I have to kill Eddie manually and uninstall the TAP driver to get a connection again.
It seems likely that my ISP detects traffic patterns and does something to meddle with my connection. Any other explanations?
Regardless of what my ISP is doing, why is it that Eddie cannot successfully connect to another server, even after I've terminated the torrent client? Not all of these connectivity problems can be laid at the feet of my ISP. Something unholy is going on with the AirVPN client.