[Support] binhex - DelugeVPN


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On 7/5/2021 at 5:21 PM, ghostlight said:

I was wondering if having two ISPs would cause the VPN connection to disconnect when doing a failover if ISP1 goes down and automatically moved to ISP2?

of course, any interruption in the internet connection will cause the vpn tunnel to disconnect and unless the failover is perfect with no dropped packets (unlikely) then a vpn drop is inevitable, note this image should reconnect though automatically, no container restart should be required (assuming internet connectivity is restored to the host).

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On 7/2/2021 at 10:06 PM, Kosslyn said:

I cannot get this figured out so I am coming here for help. I was swapping batteries in my UPS 2 days ago when I accidentally turned off the UPS instead of starting a self-test. Server was hard shut off and then I rebooted it and it performed parity check and everything came out ok until I realized today that I cannot access my deluge containers (I have 3). I have gone through the logs and it seems like it was running fine until the hard shutdown and now the logs loop after an Inactivity Timeout. I have combed the logs and cannot find a reason why.

I have already downloaded fresh "ca.crt", "ta.key", and ovpn files and have even changed my user name and pass and entered the new ones. It seems to be an issue with my VPN connection as I can access the GUI if I turn off VPN, but when it is on, it will not connect. LAN is 192.168.1.0/24. I have double checked the info by making a new VPN connection on my desktop and it connects fine.

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from your log:-

2021-07-02 13:45:19 [UNDEF] Inactivity timeout (--ping-restart), restarting

 

see Q17:https://github.com/binhex/documentation/blob/master/docker/faq/vpn.md

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Hi guys,

 

So I have installed the docker image and all is working good, or I thought it was. I noticed that all of my torrents had no activity (i.e. haven't uploaded anything) which was strange, I decided to donwload something and I get a brief second where it shows a speed but then disappears? It shows the peers but it simply wont connect to any of them? I have tried disabling the VPN which has no effect and tried port forwarding (not sure if I done it correctly - using ProtonVPN which at the mo dosen't support port forwarding) but that never worked either.

 

I have used Transmission over a VPN prior and never had to open any ports or anything, it just worked. I'm a little confused as to what is going on as like I say, it shows me all the peers (seeders/leechers) for all my torrents. i just can't seem to connect to any of them. (The torrents are active and shown as being connected (on the website of the tracker)).

 

I should note I am new to running Dockers in bridge mode (network) which may be my issue where I haven't configured something correctly? As prior all my other containers have ran in host mode - including the Deluge LinuxServer image I ran prior which seemed to function okay.

 

I have tried the varible "STRICT_PORT_FOWRARD" along with enabling UPnP + NAT-PMP in Deluge GUI too all which had no effect.

 

Here are my Docker settings:

DEBUG false

HOME /home/nobody

LAN_NETWORK 192.168.0.0/24

LANG en_GB.UTF-8

PATH /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin

TERM xterm

VPN_CLIENT openvpn

VPN_ENABLED yes (as mentioned tried to disable this too - no effect)

VPN_PASS ***

VPN_PROV custom

VPN_USER ***

 

Any help would be much appreciated as at the moment I can't really see the issue :/

 

 

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Having issues getting to my webui with the local ip lately, It was working before. Through testing i have found i can get into it if i setup port forwarding to 8112 and use my public ip. I can get to it through the local ip if i disable vpn. I was reading some other posts mentioning updating nordvpn files so i downloaded a new one but it still wont work. Any assistance appreciated.

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7 hours ago, shortnproud said:

Having issues getting to my webui with the local ip lately, It was working before. Through testing i have found i can get into it if i setup port forwarding to 8112 and use my public ip. I can get to it through the local ip if i disable vpn. I was reading some other posts mentioning updating nordvpn files so i downloaded a new one but it still wont work. Any assistance appreciated.

 

I am having exactly the same problem. Using different VPN provider. WebUI worked just fine until this past Sunday when it stopped. The only thing I did was updated docker, like I usually do.

 

When trying WebUI, error message is: "Unable to connect"

 

No changes whatsoever were made to UNRAID.

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6 hours ago, tmor2 said:

 

I am having exactly the same problem. Using different VPN provider. WebUI worked just fine until this past Sunday when it stopped. The only thing I did was updated docker, like I usually do.

 

When trying WebUI, error message is: "Unable to connect"

 

No changes whatsoever were made to UNRAID.

I was able to get mine working again. After i updated my nord files i did a full power cycle on my whole unraid server and i can get to it from the lan again. Just a thought. 

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8 hours ago, shortnproud said:

I was able to get mine working again. After i updated my nord files i did a full power cycle on my whole unraid server and i can get to it from the lan again. Just a thought. 

 

Didn't work on my end. Still cannot access WebUI @ [IP]:8112

  • Updated .ovpn file. Started docker.
  • curl command directly to my VPN provider shows:
    • "You are connected to [VPN provider name] ([SERVER name]). Your IP address is [VPN server address]"

Therefore, VPN connection is correctly established.

 

"netstat -an | grep LISTEN" gives

 

*****************

sh-5.1# netstat -an | grep LISTEN
tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:8112            0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     
tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:8118            0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     
tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:58846           0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN     
tcp        0      0 10.11.0.13:43937        0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN   

******************

 

This is odd: IP address for webUI (port:8112) is 0.0.0.0 vs expected 10.10.20.2

 

Again, all of these issues happened after updating docker on Jul 11.

 

Anyone has suggestions on how to resolve issue with accessing WebUI?

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I can confirm I have the exact same issue. I've been trying to fix it all week thinking it was maybe a port/dns/firewall issue. I've ruled it all out and lead me to here. Something is up with the VPN portion of PIA. I tried switching to the WireGuard implementation and it works without VPN turned on. Log shows no errors, just can't see the UI like reported.

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4 hours ago, Brandon87 said:
I can confirm I have the exact same issue. I've been trying to fix it all week thinking it was maybe a port/dns/firewall issue. I've ruled it all out and lead me to here. Something is up with the VPN portion of PIA. I tried switching to the WireGuard implementation and it works without VPN turned on. Log shows no errors, just can't see the UI like reported.

It is highly unlikely that you have the exact same issue, what you do have is the exact same symptom, there are literally dozens of reasons why the web UI is unavailable, please do the same as my previous post.

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On 7/15/2021 at 6:20 AM, tmor2 said:

Attached.

ok so that log is showing a successful start, no issues shown on the vpn side, so a few questions for you:-

 

1. are you trying to access the web ui from inside your lan, or externally via vpn to your lan?

2. are you trying to access the web ui from a port forward outside your lan?

3. are you using macvlan (not supported), custom bridge (partially supported) or default bridge (supported)?

 

things to try:-

1. try a different browser, if no go:-

2. try a different device/machine, if no go:-

3. check firewall and ensure no blocking going on especially if you recently changed your firewall config, if no go:-

4. if you have any fancy vlan or multiple nic's in your server then take a look at this and ensure no blocking/routing issues.

 

to give you reassurance you can see deluge starts in the log file, this will ONLY happen if the vpn is up and working as expected (security feature):-

2021-07-14 15:46:53,822 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Deluge process started
[info] Waiting for Deluge process to start listening on port 58846...

2021-07-14 15:46:54,032 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Deluge process listening on port 58846

2021-07-14 15:46:55,853 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] No torrents with state 'Error' found

2021-07-14 15:46:55,853 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Starting Deluge Web UI...

2021-07-14 15:46:55,853 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Deluge Web UI started

 

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23 hours ago, binhex said:

It is highly unlikely that you have the exact same issue, what you do have is the exact same symptom, there are literally dozens of reasons why the web UI is unavailable, please do the same as my previous post.

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the only thing I’ve changed was I replaced duckdns with cloudflare but I did not change anything around Deluge. Again. Works totally fine with the VPN turned off. Can access it totally fine. Soon as I re-enable the VPN, can’t see the UI. 
 

my log shows it starting everything just fine. Shows webui started, vpn connected, listening to privoxy port. 
 

that’s the only issue. So do you want 2 logs one showing with vpn off and another with on? Or just on?

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the only thing I’ve changed was I replaced duckdns with cloudflare but I did not change anything around Deluge. Again. Works totally fine with the VPN turned off. Can access it totally fine. Soon as I re-enable the VPN, can’t see the UI. 
 
my log shows it starting everything just fine. Shows webui started, vpn connected, listening to privoxy port. 
 
that’s the only issue. So do you want 2 logs one showing with vpn off and another with on? Or just on?
Just VPN on please

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I'm getting some odd "unhandled errors" that are preventing me from running the webui. I recently changed my OpenVPN credentials, but that doesn't appear to be a problem. I've tried reinstalling the docker container and OpenVPN credentials/key several times without success. Log files attached. Thanks in advance!

supervisord.log deluged.log

 

Update: It looks like this may be related to a new version of Docker (20.10.3) on Synology (DSM 6 and 7) that is breaking some Python code. Sounds like I may need to wait until Deluge is updated?

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On 7/17/2021 at 10:50 PM, Brandonb1987 said:

 

I never needed to open any ports before, that's the only thing I can think of that it could be.

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you also have a successful start, so i see no vpn related issues, so please do the same tasks as the previous guy:-

 

https://forums.unraid.net/topic/44109-support-binhex-delugevpn/?do=findComment&comment=1015743

 

p.s. you didnt remove your vpn username and password, please reset.

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8 hours ago, strike said:

What is your network type? And what IP does your unraid box have?

Looks like LAN Network in the docker had changed and was going through 192.180.1.1/24 rather than 0.1/24

🙃 Probably Should have seen that 

 

Thanks

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