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    That's what I did with vypr on my qnap Nas.
    Runs much better just using open vpn configured For their servers and auto reconnect enabled.

    I use 2 connections simultaneously, one to Melbourne and one to Sydney.

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    Last edited by hoe; 12-07-18 at 03:00 PM.



    Finally got FTTN, 710m line length....



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    You should use the service to check that you are connected through one of NordVPN's servers.

    It will also indicate what your current IP address is and also whether your DNS is "leaking".

    Read ALL the comments on the web page.

    For an explanation of what constitutes a DNS leak go to .

    One other thing....in your computer's network settings make sure that 'Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)' is UNTICKED.

    TCP/IPv6 is not used (yet) in our part of the world.

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