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Floydimus
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100% of the credit goes to my dear friend @TheKarlisK

This is our VPN project we did recently and published it as open source to the world.

Cheers to you my man, Karlis.

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    great!!
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    @rutee07 lol why
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    @rutee07 oh right.. I picked up dad jokes from @Linuxxx and tech from @TheKarlisK

    @Demolishun you bitch.. you never told me your WW II stories.
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    Lol yes.
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    @rutee07
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    @Floydimus I'm still to get off my ass and around trying an alternate setup with Wireguard ... as well as trying out to run OVPN from a container as someone suggested in one of the past threads.
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    @theKarlisK let me know whether there is any performance improvement with wireguard.

    I am curious to try split tunneling, because speeeeeeed.

    And need to setup another server in Mumbai (my previous office where the data center was right in front of my desk) lol.

    Need to boost the speed man.
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    @Floydimus really wish there was a way to set up some sort of a cluster so that you could connect to the main server but where you get tunneled through would depend on the load of subsequent nodes ... say you're connected to the same server where someone's busy downloading a 2TB torrent of leaked data or something, so instead of enjoying the marvelous speed of below 1MBit/s (or the max bandwith being equally split between the both of you, even tho you just want to watch a single TV episode from a VOD service) you'd get switched over to another node with less load on it and offering better bandwith.

    But alas, nothing really offers that - neither OpenVPN or Wireguard were designed for it... Tor can do that I guess but that thing is slow as a**.
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    @theKarlisK a couple of Github scripts I came across guide on how to set split tunneling for OpenVPN/Wireguard (not sure which, I the the latter one).

    I just want to hit the server for the DNS and then grab the content directly once the source is identified.
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