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Using sstp with Network Manager and DNScrypt stopped working on Ubuntu 12.04

DNSCrypt and Network manager and using Unblockvpn's SSTP - http://sourceforge.net/projects/sstp-client/

  • Connects the VPN but DNScrypt stops working.
  • Tested with IPv4 settings: a) Automatic (VPN) and b) Automatic (VPN) addresses only with DNS server: 127.0.0.2

Network manager and using OpenVPN - Unblockvpn's configuration 256 bits encryption

  • Connects the VPN but navigation and DNScrypt stop working.
  • Tested with IPv4 settings: a) Automatic (VPN) and b) Automatic (VPN) addresses only with DNS server: 127.0.0.2

Network manager and using OpenVPN - Witopia's configuration 128 bits encryption

  • Connects the VPN and navigation and DNScrypt keep working.
  • Working only with IPv4 settings: Automatic (VPN) addresses only with DNS server: 127.0.0.2

Network manager and using OpenVPN - Witopia's configuration 256 bits encryption

  • Connects the VPN but only DNScrypt stops working.
  • Tested with IPv4 settings: a) Automatic (VPN) and b) Automatic (VPN) addresses only with DNS server: 127.0.0.2

Could you please help me with this technical issue?

DNScrypt keeps working in any encryption mode (128 and 256 bits) using OpenVPN command line, very stable!

I hope that SSTP and OpenVPN could be used with DNScrypt, it would be an extraordinary security tool!

Could you please send the Unblockvpn's SSTP connecting configuration file using SSTP command line in Linux and instructions? I think that using it with command line will let the connection functions correctly instead of using it with Network Manager.

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