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I installed NordVPN from the AUR (nordvpn-bin package) around a week or two weeks ago. After installing and getting logged in it worked as it was supposed to. However, after rebooting my computer, every time I try to connect, no matter what server I try to connect to, I get the following message:

at 07:44:37 ❯❯❯ nordvpn connect chicago
Connecting to United States #8798 (us8798.nordvpn.com)
Whoops! We couldn't connect you to 'chicago'. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact our customer support.

I tried logging out and back in, restarting nordvpnd, and running as sudo. All of my packages are up to date. I'm not sure what else to try. Any ideas?

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  • I donot know if relevant, but did you try to actually contact support ?
    – Kiwy
    Dec 2, 2021 at 15:02
  • @Kiwy I did send them an email, however I haven't heard back yet. Dec 2, 2021 at 19:28

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Not A solution but works without reboot

❯ nordvpn c us
Connecting to United States #8937 (us8937.nordvpn.com)
Whoops! We couldn't connect you to 'us'. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact our customer support.                       /25.5s
❯ nordvpn c
Whoops! Connection failed. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact our customer support.                                      /1.8s
❯ nordvpn set protocol tcp
Protocol is successfully set to 'TCP'.                                                                                                   /0.4s
❯ nordvpn c us
Connecting to United States #8952 (us8952.nordvpn.com)
Whoops! We couldn't connect you to 'us'. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact our customer support.                    /1m-29.4s
❯ nordvpn set technology NordLynx
Technology is successfully set to 'NORDLYNX'.                                                                                            /0.3s

Now make sure this is checked

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❯ nordvpn c us
Connecting to United States #8953 (us8953.nordvpn.com)
You are connected to United States #8953 (us8953.nordvpn.com)!
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