Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


trump2016 last won the day on February 7 2017

trump2016 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

About trump2016

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

310 profile views
  1. trump2016

    TG Android Client v1.1.36

    Thank you so much for adding GCM ciphers, it has greatly reduced battery usage and improved speeds!
  2. trump2016

    TG Android Client v1.1.36

    fantastic feature update. thanks to the torguard team for making the best mobile vpn app! uninstalled old version before installing new version as suggested above and there were no problems. isn't it always on by default? maybe you have a background/power setting that turns the app off. it remains connected for me.
  3. trump2016

    TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Is it possible to make port 1912 available on the mobile app? It's the only port that works with the UDP protocol at work.
  4. trump2016

    TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Could you also please add the port/auth (e.g. 1912 (SHA256) to the android app like in the windows app? This will help identify which ports work on which networks.
  5. trump2016

    TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Is there any benefit to using GCM ciphers vs CBC on mobile devices? Does TG plan to adopt the use of GCM ciphers in their mobile app?
  6. I currently have the TG client set to connect to third-party DNS servers (Leve3l/OpenDNS/TG DNS) during connection and while the client is connected. If I manually disconnect the client, the default DNS server in windows settings goes back to "Obtain DNS address automatically". However, if the connection is lost unexpectedly, for instance if I close my laptop and it goes to sleep without first manually disconnecting the client, then the default windows DNS address does not get reset and remains set to whatever it was while connected. Is there a way (either within the client or through a script) to reset the DNS address to default in the case of an unexpected disconnect?
  7. It's working fine for me. OP must be doing something wrong or is simply confused as to why he's getting Level3 DNS addresses.
  8. trump2016

    TorGuard VPN Client Scripts to share

    I think you just add @echo at the start of the script
  9. trump2016

    TorGuard Client v0.3.60 (Windows only)

    Could you implement this feature in a future build?: Automatically Remove DNS settings and flush DNS cache after disconnecting the TG client.
  10. I didn't see a tutorial for setting up TorGuard access on Windows Phone devices, so I thought I write up a short tutorial. Hope this helps some people. This is based on my device running Windows 10 Mobile (build 14965) Add a VPN connection (Settings -> Network & wireless -> VPN -> Add a VPN connection) Settings as follows: VPN provider: "Windows (built-in)" Connection name: Whatever you want. For example "TG". Server name or address: Any VPN hostname from here. For example "central.usa.torguardvpnaccess.com" VPN type: "L2TP/IPsec with certificate" Type of sign-in info: "User name and password" User name: Your TorGuard user name Password: Your TorGuard password VPN proxy settings: Automatically detect settings That's it! You should be able to connect to TorGuard now.
  11. I have an issue where I lose access to network drives at work after disconnecting from the TG VPN. To fix the issue, I need to do a network reset (Windows 10, Settings->Network & Internet->Status->Network reset). I suspect it has to do with changing DNS settings. Does anyone else run into this issue?
  12. trump2016

    TorGuard Client v0.3.54

    changelog for 3.55?
  13. trump2016

    TorGuard Client v0.3.53

    I'd like to point out that the TG icon on the task bar no longer turns red when it's disconnected. This is an important function to quickly see if you're connected to the VPN.
  14. trump2016

    TorGuard Client v0.3.53

    The new release looks and works great! Could you add a function or provide a script to auto-reconnect after waking from sleep? This would save time for people who are primarily notebook users.