That's normal, it's an old-time Windows glitch based on an unreliable method to determine whether a connection is working or not. The 10 Mbit/s value is just a bogus hard-coded parameter (it's there since so many years in OpenVPN tun/tap package), it does not mean anything. The tun/tap adapter is the virtual network interface used by OpenVPN.

When using OpenVPN, TAP-Windows Adapter V9 says its unplugged after a few months. Ask Question Asked 2 years, 5 months ago. Active 3 months ago. Network cable unplugged just means that it can't connect. It is a symptom of the problem and not the problem itself. How to Fix Network Cable Unplugged Errors in Windows Nov 08, 2019 Fix TAP Windows Adapter V9 error with these solutions Mar 31, 2019 How to fix Tap Windows Adapter V9? Mar 07, 2020

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"Local Area Connection" doesn't have a valid IP Jul 20, 2017 Windows 10 - No Tap Adapters found - Getting Started value data=TAP-Windows Adapter V9 disable and enable TAP-Windows Adapter V9 in device manager >network adapters to reinitialize the driver with the newly added ComponentId Users with Kaspersky Internet Security install might still have issues after following this tutorial. LAN Area Connection 4 Network Cable Unplugged - Windows XP