MsWhite wrote:Are you blocking torrents?
Daniel Roseler wrote:For example, if you use the default Mac OSX VPN setup, I will leak your real IP.
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bricky149 wrote:Windows Firewall was disabled so it's me who's at fault. Enabled and working as expected. :)
parityboy wrote:Firefox 34.0 will let me add an exception, Firefox 29.0 (running in this VM under Mint 15 KDE) will not.
parityboy wrote:Were you running a torrent client at the time?
privangle wrote:What exactly is the adress of "brisa" ?
kelltech wrote:I just want to be sure it's not just my end, but we can't connect to any node. Tried with OpenVPN as well as the widget, no luck.
marzametal wrote:I had no clue about this one, many thanks!Operandi wrote:geo.wifi.uri (string) - change to about:blank (or just remove its value).
df wrote:Nah, that's just some leftover rDNS from when fenrir did have an android node. Since that's not running anymore and the IP was available, I binded the new windows vpn to it. Don't worry, the rDNS will be changed eventually (and some proper hostnames will be setup).
parityboy wrote:It probably is. It's also what happens when the forum software limits the thread title to x number of characters where x is simply too short. :P
Tealc wrote:When I put the certificate and key file "infile" like the modification that you did, openvpn simply doesn't start and it doesn't produce ANY error, it just "stands" there doing nothing, strange ah?
Tealc wrote:Operandi, I don't now why but with all the crt, key included in the ovpn file it doesn't work.... do you have any idea?