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  1. When I wasn't using a VPN or proxy my average dowload speeds on Bittorrent was averaging 1.2MB-1.5MB per second. Since buying the VPN Pro with Torguard I am average 115kb per second, if I am lucky to even get the download to start. I have tried all the "Bittorrent Optimized" servers, what a joke, and followed every setup guide on this site and still no change. Tech support isn't any help. Anyone know and can explain how the hell I fix this before I cancel my subscription. Thanks.
  2. Hello all. I am stuck trying to setup a vm + vpn, while also having the host on vpn as well. When i connect my vpn on the vm i am unable to browse the internet on the vm, until i disconnect the vm vpn then i am able to browse through the host's vpn. I have the vm adapter set to NAT. Has anybody ran into this already or is this even possible? I am using virtualbox. Thanks
  3. I want to use my PS4 with Netflix USA (I'm in the UK), while it's not a problem for my browser, chrome and firefox, they won't play movies with 5.1 audio. The PS4 however will stream 5.1 BUT while the Ps4 has a proxy setting, it doesn't have a username or password input for the proxy server. Does anyone have any idea how I can use a proxy server (even a local one) with the PS4? I can setup a proxy server on my PC, but that server has to support fetching from a proxy too. TIA Daz
  4. Hi, I want to use VPN with for one of my servers (local). I set it up and it works as it should. Now, I want to make sure that if the VPN connection gets interrupted, this server can't access the web at. In other words: I'm looking into blocking all traffic (in and out) that does not go to the VPN server. To be honest, the VPN is not worth much (in my eyes), if you can be certain you can't get exposed if the connection drops! I thought this should be easy, just go and block everything in/outbound to that server using my hardware firewall/gateway and just allow access to the VPN host, let's say: melb.au.torguardvpnaccess.com (and yes, I allow everything to and from that server, any protocol). Well, no. Didn't work. The rule which should enable to communication to melb.au.torguardvpnaccess.com doesn't seem to be enough, the VPN can't get established. This tells me that the VPN needs to access something else other than just this one server to establish the connection and this is exactly what I would like to know: Which other hosts do I have to allow in my firewall in order for the VPN to work? kind regards
  5. I have a home computer that is using TorGuard VPN for torrenting. I am able to login and connect to a VPN server of my choosing. So I have no connection issues. I also have an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router, which the home computer I just mentioned is connected to. I have enabled the OpenVPN feature on the ASUS router so I can tunnel into my home network from work. At work I use an OpenVPN client to connect to my home network via the ASUS router, and use RealVNC to remote into my home computers, usually the one used for torrenting. My issue is since I began using TorGuard VPN, I cannot access my home computer running TorGuard VPN via RealVNC from work. I can't even ping the system from work. If I stop TorGuard VPN, my system is accessible via RealVNC from work and I can ping it. In addition, what is weird, is from my other home computer (which does not have TorGuard VPN), I can access the computer with TorGuard VPN via RealVNC from home and ping it too, even when TorGuard VPN is running. Anyone can give me some insight on what I can do to fix the issue?
  6. Ok, I am not sure if this question should be in general VPN or the router section ... but it's sort of a two-level question, so I figured I would post it here. I have a Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router, which offers built-in VPN. But it seems that, at least on the stock firmware, I still have to have an instance of OpenVPN running on a computer at all times for the router to be able to use the VPN for all other connected devices, is this correct? Mostly what I would like to do is have all devices in my home use my TorGuard VPN without having to open up a client on all of them, and would definitely prefer it if I didn't have to have an instance running on a computer at all times. Most of my time is spent on various laptops and devices around the house, and my super-power-hungry PC (which is, seemingly, the best place to keep OpenVPN running) stays off for a good portion of the day. Any insight or ideas? Thanks.
  7. RocDaMike

    Awesome Service!

    Hey guys, I just wanted to express my sincere gratitude to Andy from your Support Team. I was having some connectivity issues regarding port forwarding on one of my installed applications and he managed to help me sort it (very quickly I might add!) I only signed up yesterday and I'm glad I did. To experience such a high level of customer service is quite rare, so kudos! Thanks Team Michael
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