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  1. #1
    Untangle Ninja
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    Default Direct all outbound trafic to vpn?

    I have read a lot of the documents. I have not found the one to explain how to direct all outbound to a vpn yet. I have the vpn added.

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    What rule do I need to add?

    Also if I add more vpn connections will sd-wan send to the one that is best for the packet?

    Thanks

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    Untangler jcoffin's Avatar
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    Use TunnelVPN instead. In there you can create rules to direct traffic to WAN or VPN.
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    I have been using tunnelvpn but am not satisfied with it. I am hoping sd-wan might be better. With tunnel vpn if a vpn connection goes down I often need to go to the untangle and restart the tunnel vpn app. Very annoying if watching or listening to a stream. I am sure some of it is due to a poor isp. But years of complaining to them has not helped. So I am trying what I can. Tunnelvpn took it from useless to bearable. I am hoping for another incremental improvement.

    Thanks

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    Untangler jcoffin's Avatar
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    Oh this is on SDWAN. On SDWAN routing rules are in Routing WAN Policies and Rules. On SDWAN, VPN is just another WAN.

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    Got it working, thanks for the help.

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