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Occasionally getting NCIS False Negatives (Windows claims machine does not have internet, but it does)
We have deployed WireGuard as the VPN of choice for our organisation, but we get the issue that after a while some users gets the Windows Claims you do not have internet (with the disabled globe in the taskbar).
Everything, that does not listen to Windows continues to work (surfing the web, ssh connections), so DNS is maybe not the source. However many things do stop working, such as Outlook, OneDrive, Spotify App (web still works).
We are using a split tunnel, so we only take traffic going to our subnets (including DNS), but users traffic to the internet does not go through the tunnel.
From Roadwarrior I can continiously reach both DNS-servers specified on the DNS-line (both with dns-queries and ping)
Any guesses to what could be the cause of this?
Example Configuration for endpoints
[Interface] Address = 10.25.0.1/16 SaveConfig = true ListenPort = 51820 PrivateKey = KPLHpnAM59BG9YBT7VIbHGDUxfTy4PGv6rMPj/GZbUg= [Peer] PublicKey = Et5kOkFFDvfjtXkgh8hGp2Ra9m2bEoljC3JGl8oKjE8= AllowedIPs = 10.25.0.2/32
[Interface] PrivateKey = IGknqtoJroyqlj0CPlMTFEjp4ITRGv8K3nCft7YBOkY= Address = 10.25.0.2/16 DNS = 172.24.4.65, 172.24.4.66, searchdomainname.funny [Peer] PublicKey = cH9s5RL6Hc8+yO3idAANlPb9odXy7qDTlfdgL1uOGD0= AllowedIPs = 172.24.0.0/16, 172.17.0.2/32 Endpoint = dnsforourendpoint.funny:51820
*Edit for Searchability, title meant to have NCSI (Network Connectivity Status Indicator)
submitted by daGnutt