Feb 05, 2020 · Setting a non-Pi-hole resolver here may have adverse effects on ad blocking but it can provide failover connectivity in the case of Pi-hole not working if that is something you are concerned about. Furthermore, you might want to enable logging for your OpenVPN server. In this case, add the following lines to your server's config file:
[SOLVED] OpenVPN: No DNS resolution Using Internal Resolver Dec 10, 2016 Windows 10 DNS resolution via VPN connection not working Our VPN does not do IPv6 but my understanding is any IPv6 resolver will take precedent over IPv4 ones. Once we disabled IPv6 on the adapters then adjusted the metrics split-tunnel DNS resumed working. If your VPN supports IPv6 this is likely not needed and if the metric adjustment by itself fixes DNS for you keep IPv6 enabled on your adapter.
IE has the same problem. However uTorrent keeps working after I connect with OpenVPN. I am running XP Professional SP 3. During OpenVPN connection I pinged google.com. This does not work. When I ping the IP (instead of the name) from google.com I get respons. The moment I disconnect my OpenVPN connection Firefox works again as usual OpenVPN is a fantastic way to connect to a remote computer (for example: your home office PC). Configuring such a setup isn't always easy and can be technical as you can see by my answer. If you need help setting up a secure VPN connection, I can assist using my remote desktop support service . And as this is more an OpenVPN question than a Raspberry Pi question, you may not find the help here that you need. In my case, I use an "appliance" that's set up for the VPN/firewall application, and OPNsense software. Not suggesting you change your approach, just wanted you to be aware of other options. – Seamus Feb 3 '19 at 22:33
Model : Archer C7 Hardware Version : Firmware Version : 1.0.7 Build 20180425 rel.62587(4555) ISP : (Archer C7 v4.0) I have OpenVPN enabled but it's not working Port 1194 can't be reached from outside. is there any additional steps to forward it?
Under the the menu Item, VPN > OpenVPN, go to the server tab, then click the Edit button for the server you want to change settings for, then scroll down to the "Client Settings" Section. Put a check mark in the box for: Provide a "DNS server list to clients" and supply the list of servers that the VPN has access to. Using either OpenVPN or the latest Viscosity for Windows, I get the following error: Dec 07 1:58:16 PM: State changed to Connecting Dec 07 1:58:16 PM: Viscosity Windows 1.5.10 (1385) Dec 07 1:58:16 PM: Running on Microsoft Windows 10 Ent Mar 15, 2018 · OpenVPN issues and DNS resolution Issues: I believe the 2nd issue is related to the 1st. First Issue: OpenVPN connects and I can map network drives using IP address, but computer names will not resolve. Have set DNS to push, but has not resolved the issue. OpenVPN - DNS not working. Archive View Return to standard view. last updated – posted 2016-Apr-24, 1:45 pm AEST posted 2016-Apr-24, 1:45 pm AEST User #71115 In my case the problem was that the OpenVPN configuration that i was using, didn't set any dns resolver, so windows was correctly using google dns, but wsl didn't set any dns. I solved by modifying the openvpn client configuration by adding this line: dhcp-option DNS 188.8.131.52 May 15, 2020 · About OpenVPN. OpenVPN enables you to create an SSL-based VPN (virtual private network) that supports both site-to-site and client-to-site tunnels. This allows your road warrior users to connect to local resources as if they were in the office, or connect the networks of several geographically distant offices together - all with the added security of encryption protecting your data. @MrGlasspoole said in Dynamic DNS not working - fixed IP works: The "dyndns host name" should resolve to your WAN IP ( xxxxxxxx ). But i see the IP from the webserver from my web hosting provider on my phone in the OpenVPN log.