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    Default Rule issues, probably order

    Nothing to do, I really can't wrap my head around rule order lol.

    Anyway I'm trying to send different traffic to different tunnels and failing miserably.

    To do this I'm tagging traffic, if a client tried to access a certain site it will get tunnel A, if it has torrents it will be tunnel B, and everything else goes to tunnel C.

    1 ) client tagged NOT "empty" gets tunnel C
    2 ) client tagged "site" gets tunnel A
    3 ) client tagged "torrent" gets tunnel B

    The main computer has a few game updaters always on and since they use some sort of p2p, I get how it gets the torrent tag. The other tunnels however aren't even connected! Also my phone is getting a direct connection, something that shouldn't be possible.
    Am I asking something impossible? Can it do only 1 tunnel at a time?

    Using NordVPN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stamp View Post
    To do this I'm tagging traffic, if a client tried to access a certain site it will get tunnel A, if it has torrents it will be tunnel B, and everything else goes to tunnel C.
    Thats your ruleset right there.

    rule 1: if client tagged "site" use tunnel A if available
    rule 2: if cilent tagged "torrent" use tunnel B if available
    rule 3: if <no conditions> use tunnel C if available

    all sessions will evaluate those rules in order.

    btw, if they are all connections to Nord why does it matter which tunnel they use?
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    Thanks for the help, I'll fix my rules asap.

    The different tunnels matter depending on what I'm trying to do: the site rule should allow me to work around a regional content lock, the torrent one on the other hand sends that traffic on a server that allows it rather than one that won't allow it and automatically switch over to one that does, but apparently without considering the distance. Torrent servers seem slower, so I would rather avoid them when possible. Finally the server switch does cause a connection drop, so I really really want to avoid it happening network wide where it could interrupt voip or streaming or who knows what.

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    Cool. That makes sense.
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