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#1 skytwoairvpn



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Posted 07 April 2018 - 12:11 AM


 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. 


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Posted 07 April 2018 - 12:32 AM



No logs are attached.


Please try Eddie Preferences>Protocols>SSH or SSL and then reconnecting to a location. :)

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#3 skytwoairvpn



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Posted 07 April 2018 - 01:53 AM

Have tested the different protocol setting and finding SSL 443 to be the most stable but still seems to be dropping, I'll include log again, apologies. Also when adjusting the preferences in utorrent>connection> listening port the port used for incoming connections seemed to work better when a random port was used than changing it to 443, not sure if that matters or not. When I had tried SSH 53 if would get stuck on getting route and freeze that seemed to be the worst of them.


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Posted 01 July 2018 - 04:09 PM

you should setup utorrent to use  a port your forwarded in your airvpn client area

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