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  1. Ton

    OpenVPN over Shadowsocks

    Direct OpenVPN connection (even with Stealth port) does not work in China now, and the connection via the built-in Stealth Proxy, which is based on Shadowsocks, is extremely slow from my network. As I've bought another Shadowsocks service, I managed to run TorGuard's OpenVPN over Shadowsocks by first start the Shadowsocks in proxy mode and then enable custom proxy in TorGuard's Android App with address and port 10801 (depending on the settings of Shadowsocks), and finally adding Shadowscocks to the "restricted apps" of TorGuard. However I haven't figured out how to do that on macOS. Has anyone tried something similar? I'm doing that since Shadowscocks itself is not safe or cannot unblock Netflix, but TorGuard alone simply cannot provide any meaningful connection from China at this time.
  2. Andrew S

    iOS Port Help

    I recently started with Torguard and I downloaded the app thinking that it would be able to provide me with port selection/forwarding for networks that block most ports. In this case, 80 and 443 were the only ones available on the network in question. I'd like to know if there's any way to work around this or if there's something I'm missing. I understand that apple has put in place some limitations, but certainly someone knows a way around this right? In short, I need to find a way to send my traffic through ports 80 or 443. Thanks for your help folks. Edit: I do have anyconnect on my device, but I'm currently stuck at what to do for setup to ensure I use one of those ports. Server Address etc Edit2: Good lord, okay now I have the Anyconnect running on the right server and port, but I'm getting passwords and usernames I never put in? I disabled certificates.
  3. Dear Support, I submitted a ticket before regarding setting up Torguard in any compatible router using Stealth port. I was told by the tech this is only supported on DD-WRT firmware versions r24xx to r29xx. (Don’t know why) I read through the official documentations about the related instructions, none of which mentioned enabling stealth feature. In the OpenVPN configuration generator tool, stealth port is not an option. Also, as far as I know the stealth feature uses direct IP of the server rather than the domain name. What is Torguard's plan and progress about this issue? Will Torguard develop or update the instruction document for the clients, which is easy to read and operate. By the way, I am currently in China and has been happy with Torguard for the price and the product. It is not urgent; I just want to know how I can make Torguard more effective and efficient. Thank you for your support and attention.
  4. Since the update of the Windows client, I have been intrigued by the Stunnel feature. I'm a noob, so I hope somebody can explain to me, in layman's terms, the difference between Torguard's Stealth Proxy and Stunnel features? Which is better in protecting privacy, for example, when downloading torrents? Thanks in advance.
  5. Ham Sandwich

    Stealth support on 443?

    It looks like "stealth mode" is using openvpn's scramble obfuscate option. It also looks like it is sending data over port 4443. Can I use stealth mode over port 443? I only have port 80 and 443 outgoing. Edit: Now I am thinking that I need to use an stunnel on port 443, and run the vpn through that. So now I am trying to figure out how to change the stunnel port to 443 on the Linux client. Edit2: I tried changing the stunnel from port 8447 to port 443 when connecting to one particular server. It did not work. Do any Torguard servers support stunnel on port 443? Thanks.
  6. My office building's public WiFi blocks VPN connections. I was never able to connect to my former VPN host when on that network. I hoped that TorGuard's Stealth mode would solve this problem for me. Unfortunately, TorGuard VPN will not connect when I am connected to my office WiFi. I am using the Windows TG client. I have tried selecting the Los Angeles "Stealth" connection, both with and without the manual Stealth Proxy option. I have tried selecting other US connections, both with and without the Stealth Proxy option. Nothing works. The client just cycles between WAIT -> AUTH -> RECONNECTING endlessly. (When I'm not on my office WiFi, I have no problem getting TorGuard to connect properly.) I submitted a ticket to TorGuard Support, but they have been unhelpful. Anyone have any ideas what I can try? Are there log files for the Windows TG client that I can examine to see if there are any clues?
  7. I have an Asus RT-AC68u and the Merlin firmware. I am trying to access sites that restrict VPN use, and they are pretty good at detecting it. I am not very technically inclined, it was quite a challenge for me to flash this firmware, but I am lost on how to configure the router with the torguard servers, and which of the hundreds of settings I need to use to best mask the VPN use. Any thoughts / tips would be appreciated! -- I have followed the setup guide, but my VPN use is still detectable. I am not detected using stealth vpn when I connect, but the router setup guide has me detectable.
  8. user043

    Stealth VPN

    I might be misunderstanding something, but seeing how TorGuard's own client had stealth options and viscosity did not, I was wondering if setting up the VPN on the router also excluded stealth options? If not, what is the difference in settings compared to the other tutorials here? DD-WRT for instance? Getting ready to buy a router for this. Just need to understand first before I waste the money. I want the VPN tunnel created by the router to also be stealth.
  9. When I first started using TorGuard they had stealth VPN servers. One by one they stopped working and now I can't seem to find anything about them. Does anyone know if TorGuard stopped offering stealth VPNs. If they still offer them, how do I get a listing of the servers? Thanks.
  10. The stealth servers disappeared from the Linux client months ago. I did a support ticket months ago, and they said they were about to fix this... months ago! What's up, folks? This isn't a difficult to debug software glitch... it's just a matter of configuration,
  11. For some reason the Stealth doesn't work on my torGuard. Is it enough that I just connect through another city to be secure or do I need to do an encryption? Cheers
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