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not sure if related to this update, but i just had my IP leaked. service was apparently running, but my apps from AllowedApps kept working through my bare connection regardless.
unfortunately i don’t have any logs right now – i had just reinstalled the service and enabled log-level all, so if it happens again, i should hopefully have some logs. right now, the only possibly helpful thing i can mention is that my PC was running for over 24h now. may be related, may be not.
i just tested it by rebooting my wireguard server and sure enough, my apps had no internet connection during the reboot process, and once the server was back up, it was automatically restored. seems to work perfectly!
thank you for your work!
thanks, I’ll try that. for the time being I just made copies of the exe files i want (thankfully these apps didn’t complain) and run them with different names, so they’re not going through wiresock.
for the record, i tried to do this with AllowedIPs by including all the addresses other than my LAN (10.0.0.0/24), so i tried to do this:
AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/5,22.214.171.124/7,10.0.1.0/1,126.96.36.199/1,::/0
in theory that should have included the IP range of 0.0.0.0-188.8.131.52 and 10.0.1.0 to 255.255.255.255, leaving a gap for my LAN, 10.0.0.0 to 10.0.0.255. but i guess there’s something else that has to be done? because that won’t work
sorry for a double post but forgot to ask, maybe a silly question, but does wiresock require the official wireguard client to be installed in order to work properly?
brilliant, it works now! thank you <3
somewhat of a relief it was actually a bug and not just me misconfiguring something as I usually happen to do – but glad I helped to find and squash a bug 🙂
the proxy thing is now the only feature i’m missing in this “private tunnel” setup, gotta be careful now since i assume if the WG connection fails for any kind of reason, it can leak my “true” IP at any time without warning, which is kind of spooky. once that’s sorted out, i can wave my commercial VPN goodbye 🙂
i figured it could be a permission problem, but running wiresock from an elevated command prompt results in the same error.
i’ll send an e-mail in just a minute, thanks 🙂
sorry, but if PCAP files are what I think they are (captured network traffic), are they safe to share here? how can i sent them to you privately?
using -lac ends up with this in the logs:
[TUN]: Failed to rename WireSock virtual adapter connection! lasterror: 0
[TUN]: WireSock virtual adapter is not available!
[MGR]: Tunnel has failed to start
[TUN]: cancel_notify_ip_interface_change has failed, lasterror: 6
i do have dns servers specified in the config file, but it’s probably not something dns related, because i cannot load sites using direct IP addresses either (testing on a site that does load via IP otherwise).
PS: this anti-vpn mechanism of this site is so getting in my way right now 🙁