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  1. hi, I have wireguard on dd wrt and open wrt and I have 4 routers and work a lot on those to change setup and configuration about firmwares etc but with torguard wireguard, everytime I shutdown my router, and or restart my gateway etc, I always need to open torguard website, config generator, open new wireguard config and change all my setup... is it possible to keep my config even if I restart my router and disconnect it ? thanks
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  3. Well, pay a little bit attention in reading, will spare you time asking obvious things. Your screenshot shows that you copied it to: /bin instead, not sure why you again did not follow instructions/guide, as you should copy it to: /root/bin The reason why chmod gives the error is correct, there is no file. If you do not have bin folder in /root folder, then create it: mkdir /root/bin You could run it from /bin folder too if you want, but according to my post above, change in sysupgrade.conf's entry /root/ to /bin/upgradefw and run chmod +x /bin/upgrade
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  4. IM crazy or what.... I can't download them..... it seems a pics lol
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  5. you are welcome. no, they do not, I checked it after posting: you have to be logged in for ability to download attachments on this forum. I pasted it first as codebox, but forum does not allow it (which is stupid, as it is a codebox), however, attachments are available and downloadable.
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  6. We do have one btw we just need to get it finished off. Regards
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  7. We haven't disabled this no, we are improving the update process currently. Split tunnelling is coming next, we are working out how to fit in with current protocols and certain features. Regards
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  8. I see all packages which I had installed being installed.
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  9. Thanks for your input as always - we will look into that right away. Regards
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  10. I had no issues at all with this version, works great, also tested 4.3.1 beta arm64 on ubuntu 20.04 with mate desktop, worked without any issues. However, there is one issue which some users might get crazy about OS used: Debian (Linux hystou 5.10.0-1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.10.4-1 (2020-12-31) x86_64 GNU/Linux) TorGuard Client options used: start on boot, autoconnect on start, kill switch How to reproduce 1. Enable torguard client to autoconnect on boot/startup with kill switch (I did not test with disabled kill switch) 2. Disconnect your video (hdmi/dp/...)
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  11. indeed, I am really hard to reach, however, you are lucky to know that I am active here as well as you can always drop a message to github account I created here: https://github.com/torguard Maybe torguard will setup some communication channel like discord, slack, zoom (or whatever fits better), then we all could discuss a little bit easier about non important things, for the rest, best here and github as it never gets lost (better github). ubuntu is based on debian, I am not sure which packages default desktop installation uses, but you can use always latest repository as well as la
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  12. Sounds like you will have some nice and interesting time ;), glad it helped. If you install main line kernel on your laptop then most people have troubles in setting up nvidia/amd drivers. Few things could be confusing but as soon as you get used you will probably never go back to windows. This thread is probably wrong to discuss about it and there are better places like SE (stackexchange) for you to ask. By that, I wish you a lot fun, your router is quite decent too which probably will make it even more fun for you. Maybe you should also try debian. I am not really fan of manjaro
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  13. well, its not specifically for kmods but quite for most packages, normally if you install them after fresh upgrade, then they all install correctly. For those reasons, there are dummy proof sysupgrade procedures, where you upgrade your image by keeping settings as well as all installed packages, meaning that after new flash, you do not need to do anything. You can read more about it here: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/installation/generic.sysupgrade 1. follow the instructions from here (which is simply copy and paste): https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/additional-software/opk
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  14. We fully expect it to be online mid Feb, our dev team has just started back working on these - thanks
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  15. Yes, most what you wrote is correct except the line which I quoted, you are correct that new ip address is created each time, but that has nothing to do with using PublicKey only or not. Considering that the config generator creates whole config with the interface part, if you do not set private key, then wireguard config will have to create new one for the interface and then generate public key from that new private key, resulting in completly new configuration. Taken it right way, torguards config will still deliver you always the same result based on your key. You get new ip not becaus
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  16. Thanks for the corrections/additions to my GUI process. For sure. Agree with this and the questions. I use vpn-policy-routing and luci-app-vpn-policy-routing with each gateway set to 0.0.0.0/0 (but I just don't select "Route allowed IPs" in the WG interface setup which keeps each WG from being my default route). Is there a better way to do this? Am I confused or would this not be the IP address of each resource you are trying to access on the internet? (since it's not a private VPN setup here, but rather to use TG as a gateway to the internet) - maybe I'm looking at this i
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  17. I have a windows 10 machine and the TorGuard 4.3.0 client works just fine on a fresh OS install. However, I would recommend using linux on your main PC. Windows is such a bloated anti-privacy product.
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  18. That's why I said "server issue or a communication issue between the Torguard client and the server". And it is server specific in the way that I usually only have the issue on one server but can use any of the others without issue. Anyway, not my department. I'll let Torguard sort it out. @James8078I have deleted the screenshot from the quoted reply.
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  20. I just edited my posts and removed it, dont forget to remove your screenshot too which shows it.
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  21. I saw you found and posted on this thread. That seems to be the longest running information on interacting with the TG api to keep credentials active. I did speak with support about a month ago and they said they were working on something where maybe we could get permanent or semi-permanent credentials assigned - actually that is not what was said - but more that they wanted there to be a solution instead of the current situation where they expire every 10 or 15 minutes if not in active use (and then you have to regenerate new ones like you've experienced). I'm very interested in the id
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  22. Hi! I'm trying to set up a wireguard connection as an OPNsense client. I do have read this howto https://forums.torguard.net/index.php?/topic/1682-wireguard-opnsense-client-dead-simple/ but I do not get a usable connection. I kindly ask for your advice or a howto connected with this topic, as I think that I'm not getting my firewall rules correct. I had a wireguard connection up (saw the handshake) but it seems that I messed up the firewall rules as the gateway was always 'pending'. Happy Christmas!
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