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Release torguard-v4.0.1, 2020-08-10
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- All platforms: Add support for WireGuard
- All platforms: Disable legacy Internet (Interface) Kill Switch
- MacOSX: Add Firewall restrictions

Downloads

P.S. Dedicated IP/Streaming IP support will come very soon.

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On 8/16/2020 at 6:02 AM, Daveheart said:

 

I thought so as well but there was no add-on for dedicated ip.  There was a DDoS Protected IP, and there were a number of streaming IPs add-ons, but could not find a Dedicated IP option.

Send them a ticket.  It took me just few minutes

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I can confirm that connecting multiple servers to same ip with torguard client works, which will be very nice in case stream/residential/etc... ip's work too.

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I might write a guide how one can easily port forward over SSH between to PC's connected to wireguard server.

In my case I used torguard client and connected from 2 different machiens to the same IP which I added as dedicated IP server in TorGuard client's options

1st pc:

	interface: torguard-wg
  public key: MYPUBKEY
  private key: (hidden)
  listening port: 38496
	peer: MYPEER
  endpoint: 37.*.*.*:1443
  allowed ips: 0.0.0.0/0
  latest handshake: 1 minute, 30 seconds ago
  transfer: 101.59 MiB received, 45.08 MiB sent
  persistent keepalive: every 15 seconds
	

	torguard-wg: flags=209<UP,POINTOPOINT,RUNNING,NOARP>  mtu 1420
        inet 10.13.126.125  netmask 255.255.255.255  destination 10.13.126.125
        unspec 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00  txqueuelen 1000  (UNSPEC)
        RX packets 102301  bytes 106654416 (106.6 MB)
        RX errors 0  dropped 0  overruns 0  frame 0
        TX packets 84456  bytes 47464228 (47.4 MB)
        TX errors 0  dropped 0 overruns 0  carrier 0  collisions 0
	

 

then on second machine:

	interface: torguard-wg
  public key: MYPUBKEY2
  private key: (hidden)
  listening port: 32880
	peer: MYPEER
  endpoint: 37.*.*.*:1443
  allowed ips: 0.0.0.0/0
  latest handshake: 1 minute ago
  transfer: 1.10 GiB received, 360.64 MiB sent
  persistent keepalive: every 15 seconds
	

	torguard-wg: flags=209<UP,POINTOPOINT,RUNNING,NOARP>  mtu 1420
        inet 10.13.138.93  netmask 255.255.255.255  destination 10.13.138.93
        unspec 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00  txqueuelen 1000  (UNSPEC)
        RX packets 1049897  bytes 1329967568 (1.3 GB)
        RX errors 0  dropped 0  overruns 0  frame 0
        TX packets 675832  bytes 415663416 (415.6 MB)
        TX errors 0  dropped 0 overruns 0  carrier 0  collisions 0
	

 

Now ping from second machine first one:

	ping 10.13.138.93
PING 10.13.138.93 (10.13.138.93) 56(84) Bytes Daten.
64 Bytes von 10.13.138.93: icmp_seq=1 ttl=63 Zeit=42.5 ms
64 Bytes von 10.13.138.93: icmp_seq=2 ttl=63 Zeit=51.8 ms
	

ping from first one the second one:

	ping 10.13.126.125
PING 10.13.126.125 (10.13.126.125) 56(84) Bytes Daten.
64 Bytes von 10.13.126.125: icmp_seq=1 ttl=63 Zeit=50.5 ms
64 Bytes von 10.13.126.125: icmp_seq=2 ttl=63 Zeit=72.8 ms
	

Looks good 😂

so, let's try SSH out from second machine:

	ssh [email protected]
Welcome to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 5.4.0-42-generic x86_64)
	 * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com
 * Management:     https://landscape.canonical.com
 * Support:        https://ubuntu.com/advantage
	
1 device has a firmware upgrade available.
Run `fwupdmgr get-upgrades` for more information.
	
0 Aktualisierungen können sofort installiert werden.
0 dieser Aktualisierung sind Sicherheitsaktualisierungen.
	Your Hardware Enablement Stack (HWE) is supported until April 2025.
*** Neustart des Systems erforderlich ***
Last login: Mon Aug 17 11:47:03 2020 from 10.13.126.125
	

 

So, you can easily use anything, like autossh and create service file which creates ssh tunnel beetwen your pc's , now you can easily route anything over socks5 and communication between clients is encrypted by SSH.

 

TG, thanks for this, hope it is not a slip but nice feature :)

 

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@Support does it mean I can connect to any range of 10.0.0.0?

 

I'll run now nmap for a test and will report it back here, just letting you know that I will perform this test now.

For now it already found 1:

	    Stats: 0:13:27 elapsed; 8192 hosts completed (1 up), 4096 undergoing Ping Scan
Ping Scan Timing: About 25.76% done; ETC: 12:27 (0:02:04 remaining)
	


If anybody is running on 10.13.*.*, please check if any firewall warning popped up due to the scan

it took now around half hour for 36864 hosts,  it will take some time to scan 10.13.*.*

please check if those addresses are other customers, if that is the case, the you urgently need a fix:

	Nmap scan report for 10.0.0.1
Host is up (0.048s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.0.0.3
Host is up (0.074s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.0.4.21
Host is up (0.17s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.0.4.88
Host is up (0.31s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.0.4.90
Host is up (0.11s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.0.4.100
Host is up (0.17s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.0.4.237
Host is up (0.17s latency).
	

It might be your servers, just hope those are not customers as that would mean everybody could be potentially attacked from within the network. I will leave this pc for further scan so that you can check then if those are your internal or not.

 

Found much more, but my log is full now with strange error:

	Strange read error from 10.67.154.246 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.246 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.246 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.246 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.246 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.247 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.248 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.249 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.250 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.251 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.252 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.253 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.254 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.144.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.145.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.146.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.147.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.148.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.149.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.150.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.151.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.152.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.153.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.154.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.155.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.156.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.157.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.158.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
Strange read error from 10.67.159.255 (22 - 'Invalid argument')
	

However, it found quite many.

	Nmap scan report for 10.69.88.222 Host is up (0.066s latency).
	

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@Support

clients should be actually isolated, unless we have reason not to do so, there might be few, like ability to connect in VPN and resolve port forwarding until you release, everybody got 8 connections, so, you can easily port forward to 4 ip addresses instead of 3 like it is on port request page, as well as all ports under 2000 work too and you have no hassle to open it from other side.

Something like this should isolate clients, please pass it to the devs if they test right now:

	ptables -I FORWARD -i wg0 -o wg0 -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-adm-prohibited
ip6tables -I FORWARD -i wg0 -o wg0 -j REJECT --reject-with icmp6-admin-prohibited
	 

Actually you can isolate some IP range randomly (which is free) and user wants to allow few things, then something likt this could be used:

	iptables -I FORWARD -i wg0 -s 10.13.10.3/32 -d 10.10.10.0/24 -j ACCEPT
	

Let me know if you test it please.

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13 hours ago, 19807409 said:

@Support

clients should be actually isolated, unless we have reason not to do so, there might be few, like ability to connect in VPN and resolve port forwarding until you release, everybody got 8 connections, so, you can easily port forward to 4 ip addresses instead of 3 like it is on port request page, as well as all ports under 2000 work too and you have no hassle to open it from other side.

Something like this should isolate clients, please pass it to the devs if they test right now:

 

	ptables -I FORWARD -i wg0 -o wg0 -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-adm-prohibited
ip6tables -I FORWARD -i wg0 -o wg0 -j REJECT --reject-with icmp6-admin-prohibited
	 

 

Actually you can isolate some IP range randomly (which is free) and user wants to allow few things, then something likt this could be used:

 

	iptables -I FORWARD -i wg0 -s 10.13.10.3/32 -d 10.10.10.0/24 -j ACCEPT
	

 

Let me know if you test it please.

 

Hey there,

Sorry for the delay, this shouldn’t be the case - it seems the other nights maintenance run some rules didn’t process, this was checked and fixed, let me know if you still see this issue.

Cheers

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thx for reply, I assumed it should not be that way, I did not disconnect since I started the scan and I still am finding clients, not sure now at which timestamp I found last.

those are last in the list, lets see if any new one can be found:

	Nmap scan report for 10.80.0.1
Host is up (0.030s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.81.0.1
Host is up (0.031s latency).
	

I was reported also somewhere else yesterday that transmission on ubuntu does not work together with torguard client, I checked it today and indeed transmission did not work on fresh installed ubuntu, however, has nothing to do with TorGuard, to resolve this issue it is sufficient either to use different port or simply disable rpc-authentification-required in /etc/transmission-daemon/settings.json .

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since my last post, following were found which are not customers:

	Nmap scan report for 10.100.1.1
Host is up (0.098s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.100.14.1
Host is up (0.081s latency).
	

tried to ping some customers and it did not work, probably fix is already applied.

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What does the "Active Firewall" actually do, and how can I customize the settings to it?
I noticed when I enable the "Active Firewall" I can't do any screen sharing on any of my mac devices.

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16 minutes ago, Lars A. said:

What does the "Active Firewall" actually do, and how can I customize the settings to it?
I noticed when I enable the "Active Firewall" I can't do any screen sharing on any of my mac devices.

I asked the same basic question on Saturday, with no reply yet. Perhaps your bump of the question will result in an answer.

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4 hours ago, Ladd said:

I asked the same basic question on Saturday, with no reply yet. Perhaps your bump of the question will result in an answer.

 

It is basically a firewall rule that prevents some apps from bypassing the routing table and checking multiple interfaces for a gateway, such as qbitorrent for example, there are more - the rule may be too strict right now but we will fix that and allow Lan access once we do more testing.

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5 hours ago, 19807409 said:

since my last post, following were found which are not customers:

	Nmap scan report for 10.100.1.1
Host is up (0.098s latency).
Nmap scan report for 10.100.14.1
Host is up (0.081s latency).
	

tried to ping some customers and it did not work, probably fix is already applied.

 

This is now fixed yes - thanks

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On 8/11/2020 at 3:19 AM, Support said:

Release torguard-v4.0.1, 2020-08-10
====================================

- All platforms: Add support for WireGuard
- All platforms: Disable legacy Internet (Interface) Kill Switch
- MacOSX: Add Firewall restrictions

Downloads

P.S. Dedicated IP/Streaming IP support will come very soon.

Since the new update came for WireGuard, NY server that I mostly use is very unreliable speeds will be very slow or sometimes it won’t work at all. Issue is in macos and in iOS including iPadOS. Can you look into it. I’m getting connected from Dubai, UAE. Even with OpenVPN connection speed are not what it use to be. 

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I experienced another bug with v4.0.1 using openconnect on ubuntu 20.04 lts. When connection is dropped/gone, client tries to reconnect informing the user about it, but when connection is reestablished, it does not change from Reconnecting to Connected as well as the connection time stops where statistics about down/upload amount is correct.

 

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7 hours ago, 19807409 said:

I experienced another bug with v4.0.1 using openconnect on ubuntu 20.04 lts. When connection is dropped/gone, client tries to reconnect informing the user about it, but when connection is reestablished, it does not change from Reconnecting to Connected as well as the connection time stops where statistics about down/upload amount is correct.

 

 

Can you send a log of this please? to [email protected] - thanks

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On 8/21/2020 at 2:08 PM, Zaheer said:

Since the new update came for WireGuard, NY server that I mostly use is very unreliable speeds will be very slow or sometimes it won’t work at all. Issue is in macos and in iOS including iPadOS. Can you look into it. I’m getting connected from Dubai, UAE. Even with OpenVPN connection speed are not what it use to be. 

 

Are you still seeing this issue? im not seeing any issues myself towards NY at this moment.

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34 minutes ago, Support said:

 

Are you still seeing this issue? im not seeing any issues myself towards NY at this moment.

Regards

I feel it due to network overload. In your next new update add an option to show customers network load so the person can select another sever. 

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@support I did not see it after that, but it happened few times before with beta binaries, it happened on a pc which acts more or less as gaming/tv stream pc which is always on, some time during the night and I saw it in the morning. I will try to reproduce it. Sadly I did not enable debugging on that pc. Yesterday I tried to reproduce it with taking my connection down, injecting some bad faulty dhcp and then renew leases and few other things, for now, I could not reproduce it.

That same client has now debugging on for the case it happens again, if it does, I will send the log per mail.

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2 hours ago, 19807409 said:

@support I did not see it after that, but it happened few times before with beta binaries, it happened on a pc which acts more or less as gaming/tv stream pc which is always on, some time during the night and I saw it in the morning. I will try to reproduce it. Sadly I did not enable debugging on that pc. Yesterday I tried to reproduce it with taking my connection down, injecting some bad faulty dhcp and then renew leases and few other things, for now, I could not reproduce it.

That same client has now debugging on for the case it happens again, if it does, I will send the log per mail.

 

Perfect thank you 

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Any update on when we will see Wireguard for Streaming IPs?

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10 hours ago, TGGuy said:

Any update on when we will see Wireguard for Streaming IPs?

 

All residential and cogent UK are available, Cogent US and San Diego will be done for Monday,

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33 minutes ago, Support said:

 

All residential and cogent UK are available, Cogent US and San Diego will be done for Monday,

 

That's great news, thanks for the update. 

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1 hour ago, Support said:

 

All residential and cogent UK are available, Cogent US and San Diego will be done for Monday,

Yes great news!  Thanks so much!

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any update for wireguard with dedicated ip?

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On 9/4/2020 at 1:53 PM, Support said:

 

All residential and cogent UK are available, Cogent US and San Diego will be done for Monday,

Do you already know if and when DE streaming IPs might be ready? Just a bit afraid that they won't get Wireguard as they are on direct dedicated servers which is "rare" (also why I don't have to select any protocol/port and just says Any in the dashboard) 

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