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binding torguard to a particular virtual interface

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This is more of an irritation, but it would be nice if something could be done about it.

I have two TAP windows adapters.  Is there anyway to bind Torguard to one of the adapters?

I've noticed that Torguard uses both, which causes a problem, because the client seems to change the adapter settings from DHCP to static entries (both the IP and DNS).  This is a bit of a nuisance because I need to go into the configuration and undo the changes and every time whenever I need to connect to another VPN.

If I can set it to TAP #1, then I don't really care what it does to that interface, leaving the second one unaltered when I need to connect to other VPNs.

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8 hours ago, Sameer said:

This is more of an irritation, but it would be nice if something could be done about it.

I have two TAP windows adapters.  Is there anyway to bind Torguard to one of the adapters?

I've noticed that Torguard uses both, which causes a problem, because the client seems to change the adapter settings from DHCP to static entries (both the IP and DNS).  This is a bit of a nuisance because I need to go into the configuration and undo the changes and every time whenever I need to connect to another VPN.

If I can set it to TAP #1, then I don't really care what it does to that interface, leaving the second one unaltered when I need to connect to other VPNs.

 

Hi Sameer - we do not recommend using multiple VPN's on the same system they all try to do many of the same things just as multiple Antivirus or firewalls would cause conflicting issues and so there will be a conflict, there is no way to define a specific TAP driver to use.

I would suggest using VM's to separate them all rather than use on the same system.

Regards

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