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    David commented  · 

    That would be interesting.

    Something like this already exists for the DNS protocol: Iodine (http://code.kryo.se/iodine/), which uses the OpenVPN TAP to connect using UDP via the DNS ports.

    It would be good to see for VyprVPN, as another option is always useful in places like China.

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    David commented  · 

    VyperVPN already has the option to connect to Golden Frog's DNS resolvers, which means that VyprVPN's DNS queries are already encrypted (to whatever level the protocol is that you're connecting with). I'm not sure why you'd want to resolve to OpenDNS through the VyprVPN client.

    However, I do have DNSCrypt installed for those few occasions when I need to connect to the internet without the VPN client. One thing I haven't quite been able to figure out is whether at connection time the VyprVPN client sends its initial requests to resolve the Golden Frog server host names through DNSCrypt or not. If it does, then DNSCrypt is still useful because it would provide some measure of protection for the VPN client's initial contact with the servers.

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    I agree. If technically feasible, it would be great to be able to change servers without disconnecting.

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    David commented  · 

    Good idea. Vancouver, for example, would also be useful for those in China or other parts of Asia.

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    David commented  · 

    I also think that this sounds like a good idea.

    Here in central China, I usually connect to either Japan (first preference) or South Korea. Quite often a connection is made, but no data goes out or in. This may possibly be due to the GF, but it also happens with the Chameleon protocol, which I use 90% of the time. It also happens quite often on the hour after a connection has been established (i.e. the connection timer shows one hour, or two hours, data stops being transferred, but the client doesn't automatically disconnect from the server because it thinks everything's still ok).

    A reconnect usually solves the problem, so a ping fail -> reconnect might help with that.

    PS: I have a static IP, not a dynamic one.

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    David commented  · 

    Good to hear that it's coming.

    Here in central China, the fastest server is almost always Japan, followed by South Korea, although others are geographically closer. Perhaps Taiwan will also provide reasonable speed to mainland users.

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