#201 2015-01-10 18:17:22

Nyr
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Registered: 2013-03-04
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Re: OpenVPN automated installer

It's pretty likely there is some kind of problem with the port forwarding outside of the user's reach, since he apparently has the same setup up and running on other providers.

Provider also seems to be clueless if he is referring to the eth0 interface.

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#202 2015-01-11 04:19:56

RyanB
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From: Morphett Vale, SA
Registered: 2013-09-08
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Re: OpenVPN automated installer

Casy, More speed? 1Gbit/500mbit Port not enough? tongue

iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -d  EXTERNALIP --dport 201:220 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.5.2
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp -d EXTERNALIP --dport 201:220 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.5.2

That is how i have them set on my nodes and they seem to work a lot better, IIRC hostrail uses Masquerade which is VERY much outdated.. (since the Dialup days i think)

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#203 2015-01-11 11:25:18

NanoTom
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Re: OpenVPN automated installer

casy wrote:

AutoSnipe download speed around 600 Kb\s , upload 1.3 Mbit\sec. thats what I mean. anyway thanks everyone for replying and trying to help me. will spam to support to help me


What's your home limit. Also check LET there was atopic of why OpenVPN is slow.

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#204 2015-01-11 16:07:48

mikho
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Re: OpenVPN automated installer

Nyr wrote:

Isn't HostRail mtwiscool's service? If so, I begin to understand.

It is mtwiscool. Company previously known as 32mb.club.
He actually has a registered company now, thats a plus. Don't think he has the knowledge to troubleshoot your problem. sad

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#205 2015-01-11 20:23:25

Backtogeek
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Re: OpenVPN automated installer

I don't know about hostrail or what they offer but for LES you are required to confirm you understand that the products come with no support, obviously if there is a server side issue then you need some support and that is fine, the host should at least be able to confirm why it is not an issue on the server if that is what is going on.

For LES I would be happy to fix it for you but if it was user error you would be charged for the support if it was user error.

I understand you have paid some money however these services dont make any money to begin with, it is more of a community project so filing charge backs is a bit over the top, again I have no idea what HostRail offer or what expectations they set to begin with but that may be part of the problem.

I think i will lock this whole thread up now, it has all the info it needs in it and any new stuff needs to go in the support forums as a new thread.


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