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BolehVPN Migration Completed!

The migration has been completed but we’re still working through some minor bugs and issues here and there. To update make sure to do the following:

  1. Login to our new customer portal at https://users.bolehvpn.net and you will be prompted to reset your password. Set a new password.
  2. Uninstall your previous versions of BolehVPN and if you’re on Windows your TAP adapter too. It is preferable to reboot.
  3. Download and install the new clients for Windows or Mac. This is mandatory!
  4. Use your new details to login into the new GUI.

For Linux/iOS/Android users, once logging in just download Linux_IOS inline and follow the same steps.

These are some of the common issues that have cropped up:

  • False positive on some antivirus on the new installer. You can verify the installer by going to virustotal.com which should show you that it’s a false positive.
  • A few VPN servers have not come on after upgrading and we’re working on restoring this.

Over the next day or so, we are working on

  • Standardising our configuration files (we did not want to do this during migration as to add more complexity)
  • Fixing any bugs that crop up (Do let us know!)

Thank you for your patience!

0 Comments

  1. J says:

    Seriously this is a mess, I can’t reset my password. Everything just doesn’t work, it keep giving me sql errors every time I try to reset.

    Don’t understand why we have to reset the password after major upgrade surely this can be done later!

    Regards,

  2. Phil says:

    Hi, login attempt says “Retrieval of configuration and keys failed”- did I miss a step?

    Followed instructions, so I have only:
    1. uninstalled old client & tap
    2. rebooted
    3. installed new client .exe
    4. used same creds as this portal, having just reset to new passwd

  3. geckoFeet says:

    Hi – I’m running openvpn under Linux, on a commanline (no gui). I get an error message: no ciphers available, TLS error.

    I guess it’s looking for a TLS cipher, which I can specify on the command line, but there are a lot of them, and it has to know which one you’re using. The list starts with
    TLS-ECDHE-RSA-WITH-AES-256-GCM-SHA384
    TLS-ECDHE-ECDSA-WITH-AES-256-GCM-SHA384
    and goes down to
    TLS-RSA-WITH-3DES-EDE-CBC-SHA
    TLS-PSK-WITH-3DES-EDE-CBC-SHA

    What should I put?

    Thanks for helping with this, and congratulations on the migration.

    • Reuben says:

      Try any of these:
      TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-256-GCM-SHA384
      TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-256-CBC-SHA256
      TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-128-GCM-SHA256
      TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-128-CBC-SHA

  4. Africa says:

    Hello,
    When I start Vuze, my entire connection slows down. When I close Vuze, my connection gets back up to speed. Servers I tried were Fully Routed Canada, Netherlands, and Luxembourg.

    • Reuben says:

      Hi, can you check your CPU usage when this happens? Also is the connection slowing down when there is no bandwidth passing? Or are you already downloading?

  5. Africa says:

    CPU usage when this happens is normal, 1% – 4%.
    The connection slows down when bandwidth is passing, connection seems about normal after I select stop all transfers.

  6. Africa says:

    It appears that Vuze was the problem in my scenario. I’ve switched back to qBittorrent and my connection is fine even when allowing unlimited upload and download speed in the program.

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