There definitely seems to be something limiting the speeds on the virgin network, never managed to get over 20mbit on download on any speed test usually it seems to be stuck at around 10mbit for both download/upload which is ok for my upload as I only have 12mbit to start with but my download speed is 120mbit.
I have tried all of the UK servers and its consistent tried one of the NL and similar speed but much lower latancy which was expected. I tried using all of the different port options to the same server and its more or less the same regardless if I use UDP or TCP on all the different port option available when using the Windows client.
I first configured my router to be the vpn client Asus rt-n66u (merlin wrt) and had the same speed thought the router couldn't handle it which is why i tested with the client.
So im interested to hear what other Virgin users done to get more than what seems to be a 10mbit cap, if any one managed to do that? If this is due to Virgin having some stupid restriction on OpenVPN traffic I don't think I can actually sign up for a permanent account as losing over 100mbit in download speed is just a bit to much to take and I might have to try another vpn provider that have different protocol optiosn to see if it makes any difference. Or if Openreach could just get my local fttc cab fixed I could jump to that and I bet Airvpn will work fine on that.
On a positive note it was easy to setup and even managed to ger portforwarding working unfortunately the dnat scrip doesn't seem to run automatically but thats not Airvpn's fault.