Actually, I would agree with your assessment. The past few days Warp was working well, and now these last 24 or 48hrs things just get stuck loading & I have to switch off Warp and force-close the app and reload it. I'll keep trying it though.Warp seemed to work ok for me for a few days now it's starting to break outlook on iOS (have to switch to standard 188.8.131.52 dns for it to work) and web pages are having issues again,
Three always gets you, in the end. A lesson we probably all should've learned by now .Actually, I would agree with your assessment. The past few days Warp was working well, and now these last 24 or 48hrs things just get stuck loading & I have to switch off Warp and force-close the app and reload it. I'll keep trying it though.
You'd think they'd be happy to help you configure your router to use their service properly wouldn't you!It's not so much the router is the issue with Wireguard (I think many OpenWrt routers support it & possibly DD-Wrt), but that NordVPN aren't ready for it & no longer give out the necessary config files to subscribers, which has rather annoyed me, especially when the NordVPN Support guy was somewhat dismissive & bordering on rude to a paying customer!
The VM isn't a VPN client, it's a VPN server. It's the 'far end' of the VPN tunnel between my phone and the Google Cloud VM and from there it's then out onto the internet. It was a bit of an experiment, but it actually works reasonably well considering its in USA.Couldn't you just run the wireguard client with Pi-hole on a raspberry pi connected directly to your router somehow Bill? (rather than using google cloud for the VM)
Wouldn't that be super quick in comparison?