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  1. Wireguard

    TCP wireguard file

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  2. Connect VPNs for routers via L2TP/IPsec and PPTP protocols / Протоколы VPN

    Нужно для роутеров добавить возможность подключения VPN через протоколы L2TP/IPsec и PPTP

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  3. Use icon tray to display fundamentals datas about the connection

    Use icone tray to display fundamentals datas about the connection e.g:
    A motif under the connection state (red/green) circle to indicate if the KillSwith is On.
    And if i move the mouse over the icone, Proton display a pop up small window that list some pertinents parameters use by the connection (P2P, Country, Speed, Tor...) because display "ProtonVPN Tray"... I already know it!

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  4. Windows CLI

    Please make a CLI tool for windows where connecting to different servers can be done in 1 command instead of openvpn configuration

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  5. Modify Linux app settings when not logged in

    I got into a headscratcher because my gnome-keyring was reset while using the advanced killswitch. After a reboot I was logged out of PVPN and couldn't disable the killswitch since the settings button of the app was disabled. Alternative idea, include this command in the setup guide for Linux so other people with a similar issue can look up the solution from their phone or something: nmcli con delete pvpn-killswitch-perm

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  6. block Line ads ip

    Recently, in Taiwan, using the iPhone app "Line", their advertisement includes daily conversation. Their ugly truth is that "Fruit ID" in iPhone listening everything 24 hrs, recognizes keywords, gives them to Line (also other businesses like yt), then matches them, and sends the advertisement to the Line user (link with the same "Fruit ID"). Many daily work groups use the "Line app" in real life, so I using it.

    I tried the "Letmebe app." The function includes blocking the "Line app" or adding IP. I want to block only advertisement IPs. I guess a VPN can design this function. Here…

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  7. Display server load

    VPN icon onMac menu bar add server load for current server; the extended menu/settings shows the load in the list of servers, i suggest the load of the server in use be display when the icon on the top menu bar (mac) is dropped down - i have frequent bandwidth/speed problems and one of my checks is protonvpn server load

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  8. Automatic Profile Switching

    I would like to have an option for Proton VPN to detect that I launch a game and thus automatically switch my VPN profile to "Gaming" (just an example name). And once I finish gaming, it should switch back to 'Default' profile.

    Is it even possible to tie 'NAT' and 'Port Forwarding' options to a Profile?

    This would be helpful so that I do not forget about the switching. I play online games and I would need a profile that has Moderate NAT enabled and perhaps Port Forwarding. Outside of gaming, I do not need those.

    This 'context detection' should…

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  9. Site to Site IKEv2/IPSEC support

    The Proton infrastructure should make available Site to Site IKEv2/IPSEC VPN tunnels so that users with enterprise grade firewalls can establish site to site VPNs with Proton.

    This should be done with multiple peers, paths and support Dead Peer Detection and Tunnel monitoring.

    This would allow users to set up multi-VPN gateways with high resilience so that all traffic from a site is securely encrypted to Proton.

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  10. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) implementation

    Perhaps implementing Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) across the Proton VPN network is a good move and worth considering

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  11. Other ports for alternative API endpoint

    Hello, Proton VPN team:
    Presently, if the primary ProtonVPN API endpoint is inaccessible due to blocking, the application attempts to connect through alternative available endpoints.
    However, upon examining the backup endpoint, a critical issue emerges: it solely utilizes port 443 for HTTPS connections and lacks additional ports.
    Consequently, in restricted environments, users may encounter difficulties in establishing a successful connection to the API server, significantly impairing the functionality of the application.
    To address this concern, it's imperative to include a non-standard HTTPS port for the backup endpoint.

    Thanks.

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  12. How about allowing me to programmatically login to my account?

    Being able to login vpn programatically from personal app on the iPhone

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  13. Linux mit ProtonVPN und Wireguard

    Bedauerlich das man unter Linux nicht die gleichen Eistellungsmöglichkeiten hat wie unter Windows. In den Paketquellen wie Flatpack und Aur kann man nur Openvpn (TCP/UDP) als VPN-Protokoll benutzen. Zudem sind die Eistellungsmöglichkeiten nur in Englischer Sprache möglich. Ich zahle die gleichen Gebühren wie ein Windows-User, bekomme aber nicht das gleiche Angebot. Ich würde lieber das Wireguard-Protokoll benutzen als das Openvpn-Protokoll. Besonders weil Wireguard im Linux-Kernel implementiert ist und damit schneller arbeitet als unter Windows.

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  14. Can't you make it in the VPN Linux client so that the last country selection, or a selection of the countries at the top, is the one you use

    Can't you make it in the VPN Linux client so that the last country selection, or a selection of the countries at the top, is the one you use often, so that you don't always have to search.

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  15. "32-bit Proton VPN AppImage" pls

    To make Proton VPN work with many linux distro, pls make "32-bit Proton VPN AppImage" pls

    Pls forward this suggestion to the company president, etc

    AppImage (formerly known as klik and PortableLinuxApps) is an open-source format for distributing portable software on Linux
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AppImage

    Distribute your desktop Linux application in the AppImage format and win users running all common Linux distributions. Package once and run everywhere. Reach users on all major desktop distributions.
    https://appimage.org/

    Thank you...

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  16. Kansas City VPN

    VPN server in Kansas City

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  19. change different server in the same location

    I use UK server001 after 5 or 10 minute adjust to server002 and 5 min later adjust to server003

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  20. pfSense VPN (OpenVPN or Wireguard)

    I use pfSense at home. I saw your tutorials for setting up Proton VPN in pfSense. It seems that the configurations you publish are "all or nothing" in that every device or LAN would tunnel through Proton's VPN. I have 3 distinct LAN's on my pfSense router. I'd like to have only one of the 3 LAN's tunnel through the Proton VPN weather it utilized OpenVPN or better yet Wireguard. Is this possible and if so where can I find how to configure just one of my LAN's using Proton VPN?

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