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  1. Many thanks, that solved it.
  2. I am hoping someone from TG will be kind enough to reply?
  3. I used the standard network-manager setup for Torguard and it works fine providing I don't change the cipher. If I change the cipher from AES-128-CBC to AES-256-XXX the VPN breaks. I can still connect to the vpn server, but I have no network access, I can't ping domains or ip addresses. Switching it back (network-manager->Identity->Advanced->Security->Cipher) to AES-128-CBC restores full network access on reconnection to the vpn server. This issue affects all server locations. Questions: 1. How can I successfully configure the network entries for Torguard to use AES-256-CBC? 2. How can I prevent IPv6 leak? Can I simply disable IPv6 within the Torguard servers' network-manager configuration? Many thanks
  4. Thank you. With several thousand entries added to the syslog every hour, I look forward to the next version. Cheers.
  5. Hi there. The Torguard linux client is flooding the system log with bytecount entries to feed the client's up-down statistics. Here is an example: Aug 15 19:46:01 linux gnome-session[1475]: [2017-08-15 19:46:01.454 CEST D] unknown:0, unknown - OpenVPN mgmt message: ">BYTECOUNT:6473719204,267296721" Aug 15 19:46:02 linux gnome-session[1475]: [2017-08-15 19:46:02.329 CEST D] unknown:0, unknown - OpenVPN mgmt message: ">BYTECOUNT:6473719204,267296915" As you can see, every second a new entry is added to the system log (/var/log/syslog). This seems to be unnecessary and adds weight to system resources and it doesn't take long for the syslog to grow out of control making it less useful/manageable. Where is the setting/option to lower the logging level or disable logging completely? Also, perhaps it would be more useful if torguard had it's own log (e.g., /var/log/torguard.log)? Many thanks.
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    Ubuntu 16 LTS: Tray Icon Support?

    Excellent, thank you.
  7. Hi Since this is an "always on" application, have it shown persistently in my Dock/Bar is unnecessary. Where is the option to move it to the system tray or panel? Thanks
  8. I won't be renewing if this is how you go about customer service nowadays. For two years, email was not an issue. Nor was answering requests in the forums. There are a lot of competitors in the VPN space, and more every day. Each customer has value. More so than the companies that provide commodity services. But thanks for the "effort."
  9. -------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: HELLO? Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2017 14:51:01 +0200<script data-cfhash='f9e31' type="text/javascript">/* */</script>> To: TorGuard Support <[email protected]<script data-cfhash='f9e31' type="text/javascript">/* */</script>> Can someone pls reply? -------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: Please read this Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2017 17:32:48 +0200 From: To: TorGuard Support <[email protected]> Hi, I realise that this may not seem urgent, however, running on ~10% of my bandwidth is problematic for me. Can someone please review my support request below? Many thanks -------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: Sudden problem Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2017 20:25:52 +0200 From: To: TorGuard Support <[email protected]> Suddenly OpenVPN doesn't function for me. I can connect, but I can't Verify my public IP and I don't seem to have any DNS functionality.... OpenConnect works, but my throughput decreases from 70Mbps to 9Mbps via OpenConnect, it always has had that effect on my speed, which is why I prefer OpenVPN. My DNS settings w/in the app are Level 3 across the board. Anyway, nothing on my system changed (that I am aware of) that would cause OpenVPN to stop working. I have tried x.x.63 and x.x.69 -- the issue with OpenVPN is present regardless. I am back on x.x.69 so I can at least get access to the internet to send you this email. Please help, many thanks. edit: sorry, I noticed the error in my subject line---perhaps it only feels like it was last week, everything else feels slow though I can't seem to correct the subject line -- sorry
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    TorGuard Client v0.3.59

    Thank you; that fixed it for me.
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    Resolve (in red)

    Load balancing. Got it. Thanks.
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    Android Client v1.1.26

    Excellent, thank you. That will make my migration from PIA complete. I look forward to when that happens. Many thanks.
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    Android Client v1.1.26

    Hi, Are there any plans to add TG as a Service within Android? To allow auto-connect on boot/network change and lose of connection. Many thanks.
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    Resolve (in red)

    Perfect, it works; thank you. Is there any reason to revert to the old settings once the DDoS attacks cease, or can we leave it set to Direct IP moving forward?
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