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There might be many reasons you have slow connection issues on your Linux device. So here are some troubleshooting steps to help you resolve connectivity issues but keep checking if the problem persists after each step.
To change your current protocol on the OysterVPN app, follow the below-mentioned steps:
Even if you’ve previously used the Fastest server button, you should check a few more places. First, try the ones that are close to where you live. Visit speedtest.net or any other speed-testing website if you’re unsure how to check if the speed has increased. Run a simple test and see what happens.
A manual VPN connection will provide you with a basic VPN connection without any extras that could slow down your connection. Here’s a simple guide to using the OysterVPN app to make a manual connection.
Even though it may appear too basic to have any effect, rebooting your device closes all inactive apps and stops any background activities that may be running.
Anti-virus software, file-sharing software, and other VPNs may use the same tools and resources on your computer as OysterVPN. This may cause the OysterVPN connection to slow down. Disable those apps (at least briefly) to see whether the connection speed improves.
If the troubleshooting tips fail, you can give our customer support team your concerns via live chat or email to have your problem resolved sooner!