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  1. I have three devices, all linux, running airvpn suite (specifically bluetit on boot through systemd). All three devices are connected simulatenously and, therefore, use separate keys. All are configured to connect on boot to country ISO: US. Infrequently, but often enough, these three devices will happen to connect to the same server (whether that be 2/3 or 3/3). This creates a mess out of my port forwards. Is there a simple solution to this issue? I was thinking of setting up the server whitelist so that no device could possibly connect to another devices server, but this solution seems tedious. Is this my only option? Any suggestions are appreciated, thanks!
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