Hello. I have been using PureOS for the past six weeks as this is my first attempt at a GNU/Linux distro. I have enjoyed my time switching to Linux from Windows. However, I have been having problems with the Librem One Tunnel.
When I first started using the Tunnel VPN I noticed it would leak my IPv6 address. In order to stop this I changed my Network Settings in the GUI for my own Personal Wifi IPv6. By going to System Settings>>>Connections>>>Personal Wifi>>>IPv6 (Method: set on “Automatic”>>>Routes and checked “Use Only for resources on this connection”. I then changed my Network Settings for Tunnel VPN by going to System Settings>>>Connections>>>Librem One US-California>>>IPv6 and set Method to “Disabled”. Once I did this Tunnel VPN would work just fine and my IPv6 address would not leak for six weeks. However now I when I do this my Tunnel VPN connects but the internet won’t work.
I have been researching for a couple of days now and I keep reading that it is important to disable IPv6 for my own Personal Wifi. However when I disable IPv6 on my own Wifi by going to System Settings>>>Connections>>>Personal Wifi>>>IPv6 Method: set on “Disabled”. But when I do this Tunnel VPN connects but then the internet won’t work. Do you have any advice or resources I can use so that my Tunnel VPN will work and not leak my IPv6 address??? I have already tried contacting support two different times but they won’t reply back to me. I am using OpenVPN version 2.5.1 and using PureOS KDE Plasma Live.