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GT-AX11000 and VPN Isolation

noviceDave
Level 7
Does anyone know if there is a way to isolate either a band (or one of the networks if the guest networks are setup) so that one of more bypass the VPN Client if one is setup? ( I am connecting to an external VPN, not running one myself)
I am in a situation where a VPN is a must BUT i am finding some devices/websites/etc do not work with VPNs and it would be easier to have a dedicated network to switch to vice turning the VPN off completely.
I doubt this is possible but I thought I would ask.
Thanks
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wilsondenq
Level 10
noviceDave wrote:
Does anyone know if there is a way to isolate either a band (or one of the networks if the guest networks are setup) so that one of more bypass the VPN Client if one is setup? ( I am connecting to an external VPN, not running one myself)
I am in a situation where a VPN is a must BUT i am finding some devices/websites/etc do not work with VPNs and it would be easier to have a dedicated network to switch to vice turning the VPN off completely.
I doubt this is possible but I thought I would ask.
Thanks


try
vpn fusion

select target ip addr to use vpn, others will bypass.