Okey let’s start with the ISP questions:
It can’t be a problem around the ISP, because the other places I’ve managed to test it use the same ISP and it worked. More or less fluently, since Tor network’s bandwith are always less than any connection here.
The advantage of the transition to fedora-26 has been that it worsened the problem. Because now at my place I can’t have whonix working nearly at all in every configuration possible on this laptop. And as you’ve seen, the tor package is bootstrapping pretty well on a normal debian distro.
so sys-whonix is not working at all even with sys-net directly connected to it or through sys-firewall. No bootstrapping, no connection available for anon-whonix.
debian-9 (test-tor) was connected/is connected to sys-firewall.
Solution number 1 is not working at all since fedora-26 transition from primary connection but not from other locations.
solution number 2 is working. it working so well actually that, I can make it work through the tor browser bundle or it can work with a simple firefox configure to go through the proxy 9050 of the tor client installed in the debian. It has never failed me since yesterday at noon UTC. ( I was already testing it both case scenario before to ask you the question earlier)
Since wednesday, solution 1 have been working only 3 times for a short period of time. One of these times was when it was connected to a slackware circuit. So I guess that it has successfully been connecting to some circuits and not most of them.
And the whole problem sounds too me as one of my labs of networking in my previous studies, it sounds like packets are not coming back to the emitter. That’s what it sounds like to me. The only factor which are changing from the 4G or the other places, is no ubiquiti equipment and no vlans. And so it must be a bad interaction between whonix vlan creation and then the transmission to ubiquiti equipment. But since whonix is llacking with network tools and that every icmp are filtered, I can’t debug this thing properly like on any other vm or hosts. What I should be able to do is at least with some ping, see where the transmission gets lost and yes somewhere with tcpdump, I don;t know where to put it exactly, I should be able to see the header of the answers with the bad information in it or something like that.
So I’m basically screwed I guess…