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Exclude an app to "not" use TorGUard

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AngerFistQc

Hi,

Since the COVID-19, I need to work form my home and access my work computer with Appgate application.

I'm not able to connect to my workstation if Torguard is active. But I want to work and let my torrent upload in the back.

Is it possible to let Appgate use my normal connection, while having Torguard active for my torrent?

Thank you

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Same question here ...

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On 4/23/2020 at 3:13 PM, AngerFistQc said:

Hi,

Since the COVID-19, I need to work form my home and access my work computer with Appgate application.

I'm not able to connect to my workstation if Torguard is active. But I want to work and let my torrent upload in the back.

Is it possible to let Appgate use my normal connection, while having Torguard active for my torrent?

Thank you

yes it is, there are several ways of how you can achieve it but none of them is "easy".

Probably the easiest with a GUI would be to get yourself:

1. openwrt capable router for routing, networking, dns, dhcp etc..

2. device/connection to act as gateway for your VPN (as example rpi4 which provides appgate, not sure now if armgate is available for arm, check before you buy)

Thats all, now you have then several possibilities how to do it, I would suggest to configure your LAN1 (not WAN) port as WAN2 and simply install multiwan and configure it according to your needs. As next setup a proxy where you can exactly define which addresses should go to WAN1, WAN2 etc.. .

In any case, a machine does not know when you use it for private surfing or for an application which is for a company. Applications and ports etc.. if you know them, then you easily can configure multiwan too for it (without proxy). This is a hard part which you will have to setup and maybe ask support from your company in asking if they can assist you. Hope it helps you a little bit in your search for solution.

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