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Hello!

I have several VLANs on my network. When i'm connected to VPN through Eddie, i can't reach services from a different VLAN. For example: my router is in the management VLAN (192.168.1.1), but my miniPC - which i'm trying to access the service - is in another VLAN (192.168.2.10). If VPN is on i can't reach the management VLAN, but if VPN is off i can reach it. Is there any way to achive split tunneling in the Eddie app? Isn't the menu under Settings "Routes" for this purpose?

Thanks any help you can provide!

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5 hours ago, KovaKovi said:

Isn't the menu under Settings "Routes" for this purpose?


It's the right approach. Set 192.168.1.0/24 to be routed outside the tunnel and you should reach it again.

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