Help with proper setting for VPN and network adapters

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Hello.

I recently subscribe to nord vpn and im having issues with the open-vpn program.

(And if anyone is wondering the reason im here and not talking to them is there support serves sucks and it doesn't look like they even have a forum.)

Just to point out.
I am extremely new to this and have absolutely no idea what im doing.

So, I have nord vpn client and open-vpn for my configuration files.
On there server site they say to download the server configuration files and put them in the cfg folder for open-vpn, Then connect to the server with open-vpn first and once connected, Connect nord to the server.

Now, Nord on its own works, I can connect no problem.
But when i connect to the server through open-vpn then connect through nord, Open-vpn disconnects.

I googled this issue but dont really understand the fix.
Something about decreasing the MET value in the network adapter that open-vpn uses.

I tried to follow the information but it did not work, I obviously did something wrong.

If there is someone reading this that knows what there doing could you please help me out.
And dumb it down for me... Like waaay down :)

Thanks.
 

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My question is why are you spending money on a proxy service? And if you're not getting the support you need for a service you're paying for, I would cut the proverbial cord.
 
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