In order to access these servers, you will need to restart your LiquidVPN client. These are beta servers running an entirely new technology stack. If you find any problems or see a drop in performance please do not hesitate to leave us feedback.
We released two new IPSEC/L2TP, SSTP servers today. Jax1 and NL1. They are powered by new back end software so please let us know if you have any problems with them.
NL1-Beta and JAX1-Beta are online and ready for you to connect to so you can take advantage of the extra bandwidth and IP addresses at these locations. We have introduced optimized AES-256-GCM encryption with support for new ECC keys. You can download the configuration files at the VPN Client builder or connect directly from the LiquidVPN app ... weiterlesen »
Over the last 6 months, we have been designing a whole new approach to Infrastructure. The first two new servers that support the new infrastructure has gone online this evening. We urge users to try out the new servers and give us feedback on performance. There are some great new features baked into these servers. Here are the highlightsOld ... weiterlesen »
The replacement server for Nami (Toronto) is finished and is available to users. If you have trouble accessing it open a ticket.
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New versions of the LiquidVPN app are live. LiquidVPN For MacUpgraded to OpenVPN 2.4.3 Fixed a bug that could result in a client crash if LiquidVPN was set to auto connect to a server no longer available. Fixed a Liquid Lock bug that did not allow some local traffic from seeing network devices that relied on multicast traffic. Fixed MacOS bugs - ... weiterlesen »
Some users LiquidVPN clients are crashing when opening our client. This is caused by a improperly removed server. Here is how to fix it. Go to start and type regedit. when the editor opens up navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ find the LiquidVPN folder and delete it. Open the LiquidVPN client again and it will start working. If you run into ... weiterlesen »