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  1. Thanks! I agree, it would probably be a lot of work to detect specific application traffic, which is why it would be nice to be able to route via IP address / DNS name. What I'm doing in the meantime is using nslookup to find all the IP addresses associated with the services for which I want to bypass the VPN (because the lists I've found online appear to be out-of-date) and adding them to my VPN config on my router, but that's a pretty labor-intensive job. My other worry is running out of room for the routing table on my router (it's a Netgear Nighthawk XR500) and/or hitting a performance threshold. Any guidance on how big I can make my route table before running into issues?
  2. Or, y'know, if there is already a way to do this and I'm just too dumb to figure it out, a pointer in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I'm running an OpenVPN VM through DigitalOcean for most of my Internet usage, but many of my media streaming services block me because the DigitalOcean data center is known for this functionality. I would love it if I could add services to "Do not VPN these services" by IP address (or IP range). Alternately, if y'all could add media streaming services (Hulu and Netflix for sure, don't know yet whether Prime Video also blocks the data center) to the existing "Basic" list, that would be even easier. Thanks much!
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