Archive for October, 2010

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

US-Surfing Streaming to undergo upgrade tonight

There will be a short 1 hour maintenance on US-SurfingStreaming to add firewall bypass capability to the US-SurfingStreaming server. This will happen from 10PM-11PM GMT+8 on the 28th October 2010 (today). During this time, you may have difficulties connecting to this configuration until all works have been completed.

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Luxembourg back up (not a datacentre issue but a TM issue)

There appears to be an intermittent TM issue that’s causing loss of connectivity to certain Europe servers due to a problem with their connectivity to Global Crossing.

For the moment, all connectivity has been restored but we have our fingers crossed.

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

TM Issue causing connectivity problems to Euro Servers

It appears it is not Luxembourg having issues but TM. Taken from our support ticket:

I do see some problems coming from Telecom Malaysia though. It looks like they are having severe issues with Global Crossing.

Looks like TM is having some connectivity problems with Europe.

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Luxembourg Problems Again

Luxembourg issues are happening again and right now their whole datacenter appears to be down and we are unable to contact them. We’ll keep you posted. If you have updated your configuration files, rerouting to other free servers should be automatically happening. If it’s not it’s possible the servers are full.

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

New Netherlands server added to PrivateTracker configuration

We have added Avatar a Netherlands server to the PrivateTracker configuration.

We are still evaluating whether to merge the PrivateTracker and PublicTracker configurations into one config.

You can obtain the latest configuration files by:

  1. Registering for a forum account here (skip this step if you already have a support forum account)
  2. After activating your forum account, login and apply for Support Access. (only if you haven’t done so))
  3. Wait for it to be approved. You will receive an e-mail when this has been done. This is to ensure that only approved subscribers get the new configurations.
  4. Now head on to the BolehVPN Config Files thread while logged on and follow the steps in the first post.

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