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#1 2018-03-09 12:40:48

ludde
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Welcome to TunSafe

Welcome to TunSafe's forum. Please ask any questions you may have here.

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#2 2018-03-10 02:12:26

wiggo
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

I'd also like to welcome everyone!

Feel free to introduce yourself on this thread.

My name is Viktor and I work as a programmer and network engineer. My computer career started with an Amiga 500 which was then replaced to an Amiga 1200 with a PCMCIA 10BASE-T ethernet card. My interest in programming started with network game code. This was then combined with my interest in security issues and low-level code programming / review, which led me to create  the anti-cheat software Paladin-Anticheat for Counter-Strike in the early 2000s when PunkBuster stopped supporting the game. The contacts I established during that project have since made me my career in security for network-based software.

I am currently not programming anything in the TunSafe project, but I help as a code reviewer.

I'll hang around here and help answer questions and provide support.

See you around!

Last edited by wiggo (2018-03-10 04:26:06)

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#3 2018-03-11 08:01:20

reba
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Registered: 2018-03-11
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

I see that the source code of the Windows version is at https://tunsafe.com/downloads/TunSafe-T … ources.zip and released under the GPL.

where's the source of the macOS version?

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#4 2018-03-11 11:25:29

ludde
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

reba wrote:

I see that the source code of the Windows version is at https://tunsafe.com/downloads/TunSafe-T … ources.zip and released under the GPL.

where's the source of the macOS version?

Hi Reba,

TunSafe is not open source. That link you sent is only for the TAP driver made by OpenVPN. It is open source.

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#5 2018-04-26 12:39:00

varablo
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Registered: 2018-04-26
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

Tunsafe connecting so quickly is great for using a vpn while at school, however, whenever i close the lid to go from one building to another i lose connection to the server (as expected). Problem is it wont auto-reconnect, is there a way to make the client attempt reconnecting after a certain amount of time? If not, are there plans to add it?

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#6 2018-04-29 20:32:25

ludde
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

Try TunSafe 1.1, I've fixed so it reconnects properly when the computer wakes up.

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#7 2018-04-30 07:59:09

wavecat
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Registered: 2018-04-30
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

This works on the newly created TAP-Windows Adapter V9.
But after I click disconnect and connect, it stops working.
I get "Unable to delete old route:".
To make everything work again, you need to set adapter IPv4/IPv6 parameters to auto and disable-enable TAP-Windows Adapter V9 in Network Connections.
Or manually set values for IPv4 from the past successful connection, then the Internet works, but I can't ping command.
Windows 7.

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#8 2018-05-02 00:11:47

logcabin
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Registered: 2018-04-30
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

Getting good performance with TunSafe 1.2, but am wondering if it would be even better as a kernel driver.

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#9 2018-05-04 03:01:06

varablo
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Registered: 2018-04-26
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

Update makes it work flawlessly, great work!

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#10 2018-06-07 12:15:36

wiggo
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Re: Welcome to TunSafe

logcabin wrote:

Getting good performance with TunSafe 1.2, but am wondering if it would be even better as a kernel driver.

The performance would absolutely be better with a TunSafe kernel driver. We are currently developing this for Linux so that VPN services can use TunSafe in thier infrastructure to handle large amounts of peers with as little computing resources as possible.

For Windows there are still many possible optimizations to improve the TunSafe performance without developing a new kernel driver, so expect to see these in upcoming releases. However, since 1GbE networks are quite legacy these days and 10GbE are becoming more pupular there will absolutely be a need to develop a TunSafe kernel driver for Windows long term.

But first we need iOS and Android support smile

Best Regards
Viktor

Last edited by wiggo (2018-06-07 12:16:34)

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