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AirVPN has 25% off all purchases until June 6th. Their regular pricing gets cheaper as you purchase longer subscriptions, so the best overall deal is to buy 1yr at 25% off which comes to $45.43 total, or $3.79/mo.

The discount is applied automatically during checkout and works for new and existing accounts.

AirVPN has guides for setup for almost any device/OS, and a config generator with a lot of options for whatever advanced needs you have. They are no logging, no bandwidth limit, all protocols allowed, and up to three simultaneous connections.

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airvpn doesn't support ipv6 (yet anyway). It's otherwise quite good. In fact, very few if any vpns support ipv6 well. Mullvad sort of supports it in limited capacity. The end result is that you need to disable ipv6 on your client. If you use their client, I think it would do that, but you shouldn't need to use their client or disable ipv6 manually in this day and age.
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Worth also mentioning that while they have a good number of US endpoints, they have the greatest number of servers and bandwidth in Europe, which might be important to some users.

You can see how it looks from their Status page:
https://airvpn.org/status/
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airvpn doesn't support ipv6 (yet anyway). It's otherwise quite good. In fact, very few if any vpns support ipv6 well. Mullvad sort of supports it in limited capacity. The end result is that you need to disable ipv6 on your client. If you use their client, I think it would do that, but you shouldn't need to use their client or disable ipv6 manually in this day and age.
I'm not sure why it supporting IPv6 matters right now. But I will say AirVPN runs fine and smooth for me without disabling IPv6.
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I'm not sure why it supporting IPv6 matters right now. But I will say AirVPN runs fine and smooth for me without disabling IPv6.
It matters because you'll have leaks if your isp supports ipv6.
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It matters because you'll have leaks if your isp supports ipv6.
This site [howtogeek.com] provides instructions for checking whether your ISP and VPN show IPv6 leaks. The tests show that my Verizon FiOS does not have IPv6 leaks using AirVPN. (You have to use a VPN to run the full test.)
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This site [howtogeek.com] provides instructions for checking whether your ISP and VPN show IPv6 leaks. The tests show that my Verizon FiOS does not have IPv6 leaks using AirVPN. (You have to use a VPN to run the full test.)
I've had Air for a year in another 29 or so days. I've already bought into the Lifetime deal through Tanga for another provider from SD.
I've had considerably less connection speed on my daily/media server then what I pay for from my isp.
230ish meg down is what I actually get from my ISP but 50-70meg is all I get down while connected to Air.
I also occasionally have issues connecting to normally visited web sites like Kohl's, Craigslist (IP currently comes up as blocked), Dishanywhere.com (I have to connect to Pavonis/login/then reconnect to my local Auva server for faster speed and less page load issues when it does have a connection problem to this page), various other pages I have problems with from time to time. Such as putting in online orders places just to have them cancelled later like Newegg, AE, Aeropostale. I've had to go through the channels to get this to stop happening. I show I'm in Dallas, TX but I think somehow they show I'm in another country so their fraud/etc checks flag my purchase.

I can now freely shop on those above sites but talk about getting pissed when you make a BF purchase and the order gets cancelled after the fact and you loose out on the deals.

I followed through the link above but I can't fully do it all because the Eddie client disables my internet when it isn't connected (built in firewall is what I believe it is from signing up to that other service here on SD and reading through the posts). While running the test in the link while connected to VPN my IP that shows up (23.*)is the same as the DNS Address 1 server but the web rtc detection is some other ip (10.*). Neither of these are the actual IP range I get from TWC/Spectrum which is in the (76.*) range.

So I don't really know if I have leaks or not. LOL

The first box does state:
No forwarded IP detected. If you are using a proxy, it's a transparent proxy.
IPv6 test not reachable.
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I've had Air for a year in another 29 or so days. I've already bought into the Lifetime deal through Tanga for another provider from SD.
I've had considerably less connection speed on my daily/media server then what I pay for from my isp.
230ish meg down is what I actually get from my ISP but 50-70meg is all I get down while connected to Air.
I also occasionally have issues connecting to normally visited web sites like Kohl's, Craigslist (IP currently comes up as blocked), Dishanywhere.com (I have to connect to Pavonis/login/then reconnect to my local Auva server for faster speed and less page load issues when it does have a connection problem to this page), various other pages I have problems with from time to time. Such as putting in online orders places just to have them cancelled later like Newegg, AE, Aeropostale. I've had to go through the channels to get this to stop happening. I show I'm in Dallas, TX but I think somehow they show I'm in another country so their fraud/etc checks flag my purchase.

I can now freely shop on those above sites but talk about getting pissed when you make a BF purchase and the order gets cancelled after the fact and you loose out on the deals.

I followed through the link above but I can't fully do it all because the Eddie client disables my internet when it isn't connected (built in firewall is what I believe it is from signing up to that other service here on SD and reading through the posts). While running the test in the link while connected to VPN my IP that shows up (23.*)is the same as the DNS Address 1 server but the web rtc detection is some other ip (10.*). Neither of these are the actual IP range I get from TWC/Spectrum which is in the (76.*) range.

So I don't really know if I have leaks or not. LOL

The first box does state:
No forwarded IP detected. If you are using a proxy, it's a transparent proxy.
IPv6 test not reachable.
Websites can easily detect when you're using a VPN, because the VPN exit point IP addresses are known. But that's not the same as leaks, which are when they can detect your VPN entry point IP address.
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Websites can easily detect when you're using a VPN, because the VPN exit point IP addresses are known. But that's not the same as leaks, which are when they can detect your VPN entry point IP address.
Meaning actual ISP IP?
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Meaning actual ISP IP?
Correct
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Correct
Thanks!

Guess I'm good then because the ISP IP range doesn't show up.
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This site [howtogeek.com] provides instructions for checking whether your ISP and VPN show IPv6 leaks. The tests show that my Verizon FiOS does not have IPv6 leaks using AirVPN. (You have to use a VPN to run the full test.)
If your ISP supports ipv6 (http://test-ipv6.com/), and you don't get ipv6 leaks in airvpn, that is because the airvpn client is disabling ipv6. Try accessing https://ipv6.google.com/ on airvpn. Only one of the two will hold true. Either you'll have ipv6 leaks, or you won't be able to reach ipv6 addresses.
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I just switched from CyberGhost to AirVPN. Great service, awesome client! The client, "Eddie," is very well programmed, and puts to shame the idiotic "kill switches" of other services. All traffic is blocked except through AirVPN once you activate the Network Lock. And it's easily reversible.

Like Mullvad, AirVPN was set up by a team who takes privacy and network neutrality very seriously.

AirVPN has stated IPv6 support is projected for the end of 2017:

https://airvpn.org/topic/20481-su...6-support/

They've chosen to delay it rather than risk privacy compromise.
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Any discount for Thanksgiving?
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