Split Tunneling is a feature that allows you to exclude applications or certain IP addresses from being routed through the VPN tunnel.
Since this feature is new to our services, feel free to report any bugs and issues that you encounter to our support team here.
Setting up Split tunneling on Windows application:
Before you begin, this feature was added to our Windows app v. 1.7.0, so please make sure you have the latest version.
First, select Settings in the app menu.
Then click on the Advanced tab and slide the “Split Tunneling” switch to ON.
The web browsers installed on your device will then appear in a drop menu. By selecting a browser, you will exclude it from our VPN service and allow it to use your regular connection.
You can also select specific IP addresses that you do not want our VPN to cover by typing/pasting the IP address to be excluded into the space and clicking on the + button.
In this example, we are excluding all the traffic from our Google Chrome browser and from the IP address 188.8.131.52 from going through the VPN tunnel. (184.108.40.206 is the IP address for the website IPleak.net.)
You can also add different applications to the list. All you have to do is click the Add App button, navigate to where your desired software is saved, and select its .exe file.
In this example we used qBitTorrent.
If you would like to remove a browser or app from split tunneling, simply click on the check mark and it will be de-selected. If you would like to remove an IP address that you have added, simply click on the X button next to that IP address.
If you would like to turn off this feature completely, just flip the “Split Tunneling” switch back to the OFF position.
Setting up Split Tunneling on Android application:
First, make sure you have the latest application version and then select Settings on the app menu.
The process is the same as on Windows app. Flip the “Split Tunneling” switch to the right to enable the feature. Then tap on the Manage button to add any apps or IP addresses you would like to exclude from the VPN.
To exclude an app from your VPN traffic, tap the Add button next to it.
You can exclude any app installed on your device.
It is a similar process for excluding IP addresses. After tapping on the Manage button, simply type/paste the IP address you would like to exclude from your VPN traffic and then tap Add.
To remove an app or IP address from split tunneling, tap the X next to that app/IP address. You can also disable split tunneling by sliding the “Split Tunneling” switch back off.