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  1. Torguard's menubar icon on MacOS is noticeably bigger than other icons. While it is not an emergency, it is kinda annoying to look at.
  2. I have a multi-segmented network (10.0.0.x, 10.0.1.x, 10.0.2.x) using all /24 ( subnets. On the LAN is a router with static routes allowing all devices on the LAN to talk to one another. When I connect to the VPN, I can only talk to my own segment (10.0.1.x) because the client is modifying the routing tables in order to send traffic through the VPN. I reached out to support and their solution was to add a static route for the segment(s) I needed to talk to when connected. I did so via route -n add -net (where the latter IP is the LAN gateway), and it worked for a few minutes until I lost all LAN/WAN connectivity. Even after disconnecting from the VPN I still could not access anything, LAN or WAN, until I ran netstat -r and let it hang for long enough that for whatever reason, it rebuilt the routing tables properly and I regained connectivity. It seems that the Torguard client is modifying the routing tables and then periodically checking on them to ensure VPN connectivity stays in place. This is why adding a static route will most likely never work, and why I lost all network connectivity when I modified the routing table while connected. There are certain services running on my desktop that clients from the 10.0.0.x segment need to access, no matter if I'm connected to the VPN or not. This is what I'm trying to solve and I would love a working solution to this issue. Thanks!
  3. I have discovered that I lose all access to local servers when I active TorGuard VPN on my MacBook Pro. My setup is that I have a MacBook Pro (MacOS) wire-connected to a router, which my iMac server is also wire-connected to. The router is wire-connected to my cable modem, which is connected to the Internet. With TorGuard VPN not running, I can see and access the iMac server and all other locally connected systems. With TorGuard VPN running, I can see the iMac server, but any attempt to connect to it fails. Searching for solutions, I found this link (server & VPN issue) that although not exactly my issue, points out that there is a hierarchy of connections so theoretically I should be able to list local LAN access higher than VPN access and my Mac would attempt to connect locally before using the VPN to get to the internet. Unfortunately, even when running TorGuard VPN is not listed as a service. So, other than turning off the VPN every time I need to access the local mac server, how do I access the local server and use TorGuard VPN at the same time. Thanks for any help!
  4. Using iCloud, Safari synchronises bookmarks, favourites, reading list, etc between Apple devices. For these tests I have Torguard connected on my iPhone. When I disconnect Torguard on my Macs, the synchronisation is fast (a few seconds) between the Macs and with my iPhone. When I connect Torguard on my Macs, the synchronisation stops. There have always been other intermittent (and ill defined) issues with Torguard and Apple, but the current Safari synchronisation failure is totally reproducible for me. I am using Sydney1 and Sydney2 servers.
  5. My installation on my laptop cannot finish because it never even starts to verify the download. Any ideas? The Installer window comes up and says its 'Verifying "Install TorGuard"' but nothing ever happens, the progress bar is there but not even a sliver is in it... What do I need to do? I am running version OS X 10.11.6
  6. I am hoping for some insight... I don't have a compatible router at the moment, ours is coming to us via our sea freight from the USA and won't be delivered until at least August. Is there a way to hook my router through my VPN on my laptop in the meantime? I want to be able to stream Netflix on our XBox One at the very least.
  7. This hack will create PF firewall rules on mac that will only allow in/out traffic to single IP (TG's VPN server in this case). When disconnect happens, you won't be able to surf, and only pinging that IP works. 1) Open Temrinal and type this
 sudo nano /etc/pf.conf Enter your admin password after that, and PF file will open 2) Scroll to the bottom, and add the following at the bottom --------- block out on en0 from to any block out on en3 from to any pass out quick on en0 from to pass out quick on en3 from to pass out quick on utun0 from any to any --------- These rules will block traffic on ethernet and on wifi, unless that traffic is going towards (IP of TG's for example) or unless VPN is connected (last line), then traffic is allowed. Here utun0 is name of our virtual VPN adapter, and en0 and en3 are names of ethernet and wifi. You can find out those names by running “ifconfig†in terminal.
 3) Enable PF, by running in termial: sudo pfctl -e 4) Load the rules sudo pfctl -f /etc/pf.conf Now if VPN gets disconnected, you won't have access to internet, not counting the IP address specified before 5) To regain Internet access, disable PF in terminal sudo pfctl -d
  8. LITE ON MAC 1) drag it to trash2) sudo rm -R /Users/username/Library/Application\ Support/VPNetworkLLC3) sudo rm /Users/username/Library/Preferences/net.torguard.TorGuard.plist all the commands got to be in a single line. remove the break lines please
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