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#1 airvpn_go

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:36 AM

Hi,
 
When I use the UDP Protocol, a lot of "TLS Error" are shown on the Logs panel of Eddie, 10~20 lines per second, rolling all the time. 
 
So, how to disable this "TLS Error" logs? Because I worry about it will consume large amounts of my macOS memory, thus causing Eddie or macOS to crash.
 
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. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: incoming packet authentication failed from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=28
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - Above log line repeated 1 times more
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=25
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=27
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - Above log line repeated 2 times more
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=11
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=11
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - Above log line repeated 1 times more
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=26
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=26
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - Above log line repeated 2 times more
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=19
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=19
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=12
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - Above log line repeated 1 times more
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: unknown opcode received from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443 op=28
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - OpenVPN > TLS Error: client->client or server->server connection attempted from [AF_INET]198.203.28.44:443
. 2017.03.18 13:29:38 - Above log line repeated 1 times more
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#2 zhang888

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:43 AM

You don't have to, every OS including OSX is designed to log hundreds of events every second without issues.

You can open Console.app and see how many events you were previously unaware of are being logged, this is normal.


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#3 Treiberschreiber

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 03:43 PM

Do you have anything on your connection that might be analyzing UDP packets, such as a firewall? Maybe your router doing "QoS" or "Packet Acceleration"? And does it occur with TCP?


Always remember:
There's a guide to AirVPN,

Amazon IPs are not dangerous here,
running TOR exits is discouraged,

using spoilers for your logs is the proper way to heaven.

~ Furthermore, I propose that your paranoia is to be destroyed. ~

 


#4 airvpn_go

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:02 PM

Do you have anything on your connection that might be analyzing UDP packets, such as a firewall? Maybe your router doing "QoS" or "Packet Acceleration"? And does it occur with TCP?

No firewall, No QoS, No “Packet Acceleration”.

In face, I never connect successfully to Eddie with TCP in China where I have worked since 2015 . So, I don't know what errors will happen. However, though SSL/SSH are able to work, but they are very slowly. And then UDP is so fast.



#5 Treiberschreiber

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:30 PM

You are in China? And are you able to connect? Because the Great Firewall is likely trying to intercept here, causing the log lines to occur in the first place.

Yes, OpenVPN over SSL is slow but it's working.


Always remember:
There's a guide to AirVPN,

Amazon IPs are not dangerous here,
running TOR exits is discouraged,

using spoilers for your logs is the proper way to heaven.

~ Furthermore, I propose that your paranoia is to be destroyed. ~

 


#6 airvpn_go

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 12:24 AM

You are in China? And are you able to connect? Because the Great Firewall is likely trying to intercept here, causing the log lines to occur in the first place.

Yes, OpenVPN over SSL is slow but it's working.

Yes, I'm in China now.  The China Great Firewall is the most vexing. You remind me of it. Thank you.

 

It is able to connect with OpenVPN over UDP/SSL/SSH by using Eddie. OpenVPN over TCP have no effect. 

And, I want to know: though OpenVPN over UDP can work and its Net Speed so fast, but it generate a lot of "TLS Error" per second. So, does it affect system performance or eat large amounts of memory?



#7 Treiberschreiber

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 09:41 PM

For a computer, logging is as natural as breathing is for you, so to say. After a certain amount of log lines, the oldest ones are overridden. This concept is called a ring buffer: Fixed amount of memory, still enough log lines to troubleshoot shit. :)

But I'm a bit amazed that "plain" UDP is actually working for you. These forums report that this never works. You may post some speed or torrenting tests with UDP and SSL, if you like. Linux torrents like Ubuntu, Mint and Debian work best, I believe.


Always remember:
There's a guide to AirVPN,

Amazon IPs are not dangerous here,
running TOR exits is discouraged,

using spoilers for your logs is the proper way to heaven.

~ Furthermore, I propose that your paranoia is to be destroyed. ~

 






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