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Running AirVPN on a Ubuntu server but excluding applications from the VPN


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#1 viper2g1

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 06:27 PM

Is it as simple as selecting the ports that my applications use and forwarding them in AirVPN?  I have No-IP setup on my server and it's set to forward to a website that I chose (example.zapto.org).  No-IP has the IP set from my ISP.

 

If I setup AirVPN with OpenVPN on the Ubuntu Server and forwarded the correct ports could No-IP still see my computer and allow access to the applications even if the IP changes from AirVPN? 



#2 NaDre

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 02:37 PM

You have to decide whether you want AirVPN or your real internet connection to be the default gateway.

 

Your No-IP client will connect via the default gateway unless you make routing table entries to direct that traffic over a non-default interface.So that will be the address that they register for you.

 

For pointers on splitting traffic with Linux see this:

 

https://airvpn.org/topic/27598-traffic-split-on-debian-7/#entry73700 (if AirVPN is the default gateway but you want connections to services on your real interface to work)

 

and this:

 

https://airvpn.org/topic/27598-traffic-split-on-debian-7/?p=73698 (if your real interface is the default gateway but you want some programs to use the AirVPN interface).







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