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Showing content with the highest reputation since 12/26/2019 in Posts

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    This is in next version
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    No. It also crashed. As per Amir experience, I will try switching to TCP from UDP with OpenVPN
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    Its in the works - there might be another 2 minor pushes until the UI comes along it might come sooner who knows but the devs are saying its around 50 % done or there about. Regards
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    I've used the ticket system through the client area many times, they're usually pretty responsive even on weekends. I've used OpenVPN UDP and TCP TorGuard for a year with no problems on my Win 10 PC. Lenovo machines are renowned for shipping with bloatware, and your issue doesn't sound like a TG problem, it sounds like either a TUN adapter conflict or issue, or possibly a firewall/AV issue. What antivirus/security software are you using? What other troubleshooting have you done on your side? Ran pings or done traceroutes when you lose connectivity to see if the traffic is stopping anywhere in particular? Checked for conflicting software? Tried TCP instead of UDP? (TCP does some TCP-in-TCP 'magic' to avoid issues like packet fragmentation, despite it being less efficient on a totally optimised connection). The VPN connection grinding slowly to a halt is indicative of a problem with your PC (software or drivers) or your connection, not necessarily the TG server. I use various TG servers in the UK and US, all of which perform reliably. Slightly slower at peak time if you're hammering a download or upload, but still plenty fast (always over 100 mbit/sec). How does it perform if you run over a wired link? If fine, that points to wifi chipset or driver problems. Have you booted the machine from a Linux live USB or live CD and set up a VPN connection in Linux to test? That's a harmless way of doing a useful comparison on the same hardware without having to set up dualboot. Also, have you tried other VPN providers? They all use the same underlying approach (build aspects of the OpenVPN client into their own apps and wrap that with their own interface) and so they almost all use the same kind of TUN adapters controlled in the same way. If you're having problems with one provider, you'll quite possibly have problems with all of them. Have you done a clean uninstall of the TorGuard app and then reinstalled the latest version? Have you tried installing with the older version of the TUN adapter? I'd also try OpenConnect and/or Wireguard, both of which are available to you either through the TG client app or by installing a WireGuard client on your PC and following some instructions online (not too tough, and the TG site gives you the crypto details you need to put in on your client).
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    With the Torguard app, when you to tell it to connect it creates an IKEv2 VPN with 'connect on demand' enabled. So whenever the iPhone needs a network connection, iOS will check if the VPN is connected and, if not, will make it connect. My understanding is that this applies whether the iPhone is sleeping or not - I don't know how to prove this from direct experience. Certainly when I wake the iPhone, the VPN is either connected or quickly connects. Unless you need to stop the VPN (using the Torguard app) there is no need to touch the VPN through all sleeps, wakes and changes of network (e.g. wifi to mobile/cell) for weeks on end. There are two things going on: 'Connect on demand' which does what it says whenever a process wants a network connection. This has always been available on iOS in the IPSec family and, with earlier implementations of iOS, required certificates to be separately installed as a profile on the iPhone. Now with IKEv2 apps such as the Torguard one can do it without any messing about. Roaming: IKEv2 has strong roaming capabilities, such that it can maintain the same VPN connection (i.e. it doesn't need to make a new connection) when you change physical networks. Unless there are strong reasons to use OpenVPN, the general advice for mobile devices was to use IPsec with connect on demand, but now to use IKEv2 with connect on demand.
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    Its scheduled to go into one of the next 2 releases
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    TorGuard Overlords, With the allowance of 5 simultaneous logins per account, is there any scope to create a unique username/password for these logins? Having the ability to add sub-logins would allow family members/etc to be given VPN access which can easily be revoked at a later date should the need arise. Currently, requiring the primary account holder to do a password reset to achieve the same outcome is a nuisance and requires additional overhead that could be removed with this new feature. For your consideration eikcam
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    Any updates to this issue? I find this very interesting, instead of having to share master credentials.
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