Bypass clients to a specific WAN
Set your DHCP server to provide a static IP address to the target client. (Can be skipped if set on client)
Network -> DHCP and DNS -> Static Leases -> Add button and choose the MAC address & specify IP address.
Follow these steps to bypass a static IP client to a specific WAN:
- Head to Network -> Interfaces -> Edit button next to the WAN to be used.
- Advanced Settings -> Override IPv4 routing table, select one of the
BYPtables, there are 10 presets. When split-tunneling other WANs do not use the same table.
- Save then head to Network -> Routing -> IPv4 Rules -> Add
- Set Incoming interface to
lanand source to your client IP address. e.g
- Select the
BYPyou chose earlier in Table and click Save and Apply.
- Done! For IPv6 users, you will have to use MAC addresses instead (TODO: Guide).
Never share the same routing table number
BYP with other WANs/VPNs.
Bypass a range of IP addresses
Use CIDR calculators such as https://www.ipaddressguide.com/cidr
172.17.17.32/27 will bypass clients with IP addresses between
/32 CIDR such as in the previous examples equals to one IP address.