Can't send specific port traffic over VPN



  • I've setup a rule to send all traffic from a specific client over my VPN interface and this works. But the second I change it to a specific port of the specified client, it seems to ignore the rule and follow my default rule for all other traffic and go out over my WAN interface.

    For example, if I set up a rule (above my default rule) to have all traffic from 192.168.1.200 use my VPN interface, it will send all all the traffic from that client through the VPN interface. So that works, which is good. What isn't good is when I take that same rule and set the Protocol to TCP/UDP and set the Source Port Range to 50000 (torrent client port), it seems to ignore the rule entirely and instead follows the default rule of sending traffic out over the WAN.

    Does anyone have any idea why this is happening?

    Thanks in advance.



  • Did you ever find a way to get this to work?


  • Rebel Alliance Global Moderator

    "Source Port Range to 50000 (torrent client port)"

    Because your client is not using that as its source port..  Source ports are normally some random port above 1024.. your sure your traffic was going to X from the source port 50000, you saw that in the clients connects with a simple netstat on the client.