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Your IP: 220.127.116.11 • ISP: Amazon.com, Inc. • Your Status: Unprotected
However, when it comes to the speed of a VPN, it depends on numerous factors such as bandwidth & distance. Therefore, if your Linux device’s connection is becoming unstable while connecting to OysterVPN, try the following first:
If your current network is causing you trouble regularly, your first move should be to try a different network. Even if you’ve examined your connection without a VPN and are certain everything is alright on your end, it’s still a good idea to go through this step and rule out this as a possible cause of your problems.
IPv6 is a networking protocol used by various Internet networks. Unfortunately, OysterVPN does not currently support IPv6; thus, if you have it on your network, you may experience connectivity troubles.
On your network, certain network providers may have enabled network security mechanisms. Parental controls or a “Safe DNS” feature are the most common examples of such features. This can be accomplished by configuring custom DNS on your router.
To accomplish this, go to your router’s network settings and change the DNS setting to:
One site may give a more reliable connection than others for various reasons, such as server load or technical issues on the server. To change your location, go to your OysterVPN’s app Locations page, where you’ll discover a complete list of our servers. Then, check at least a few other servers to see if the problem persists.
Some programs on your device may have taken over network control. This can cause problems with your OysterVPN (or other VPN) connection. Other VPNs, firewalls, file-sharing apps, and, most importantly, anti-virus software, are also affected. If you have any of these, turn them off. Then restart your smartphone to see if the connection improves.
In case the troubleshooting tips fail, you can give your concerns to our customer support team via live chat or email to have your problem resolved sooner!