VPN Director not applying rules to right VPN profile

ZakM

Occasional Visitor
So I happened to run into this issue. My VPN service only gives out local IPs in the 10.8.X.X or 10.7.X.X values.
Is there any way I can fix this for the time being? Anything I tell VPN Director to route through Client 2, gets routed through Client 1.
 

eibgrad

Part of the Furniture
So I happened to run into this issue. My VPN service only gives out local IPs in the 10.8.X.X or 10.7.X.X values.
Is there any way I can fix this for the time being? Anything I tell VPN Director to route through Client 2, gets routed through Client 1.

Many times the OpenVPN provider will use different IP networks for UDP vs. TCP, even for the same server. That may be one way to avoid the ambiguity.
 

ZakM

Occasional Visitor
Many times the OpenVPN provider will use different IP networks for UDP vs. TCP, even for the same server. That may be one way to avoid the ambiguity.
Yeah but not my case, this is why I said, my provider (Nord) uses only 10.7.x.x and 10.8.x.x (10.7 is TCP, 10.8 is UDP)
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
Yeah but not my case, this is why I said, my provider (Nord) uses only 10.7.x.x and 10.8.x.x (10.7 is TCP, 10.8 is UDP)
It is not clear to me what your problem is. The original issue in this thread was where two VPN clients were using the same subnet. But in your case it looks like you can use two different subnets (10.7.0.x and 10.8.0.x )? Or do you want to use more than two VPN clients?

If you're also running a VPN server then check that its subnet is not causing a conflict. The default subnet for the first VPN server instance is also 10.8.0.x. So I had to change that because I also use NordVPN.
 

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