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Local IP shows in Aureus config file
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Hi,

I'm new to using Vuze and am trying to figure out why my WAN IP provided my my Internet Provider shows up in my azureus.config file? I am using a VPN and I notice that there were several VPN IP addresses there which I expected but there was also one entry that showed my Iinternet Provider provided WAN IP address which I did not expect!

d11:ASN Detailsld2:as5:162653:bgp15:22.xxx.xxx.0/184:name33:LEASEWEB-NETWORK LeaseWeb B.V., Used2:as2:162653:bgp10:18.xxx.xxx.0/184:name01:AOL-NETWORK AOL Inc.,

It looks like VUZE writes a copy of the curent connections IP each time it starts and connects? Does this mean that at the time my IP provided WAN IP appeared that VUZE was connected to a Peer without going throught the VPN?

I have VUZE set up to only connect through the VPN and so I was surprised (shocked!) to see my IP provided WAN IP in the config file.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

V.W.
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#2
It is possible that this was recorded before you configured Vuze to bind to the VPN interface? Once configured though, all peer connections will be made through the VPN.
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(07-25-2015, 03:09 PM)'parg' Wrote: It is possible that this was recorded before you configured Vuze to bind to the VPN interface? Once configured though, all peer connections will be made through the VPN.

 
I guess it's possible, I deleted the config file and created a new one and it hasn't happened since. So maybe that's what happened. I will keep an eye on the config file to see it it happens again.

Thanks

V.W.
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