Routing Disney+/Netflix Over Non-VPN Interface
jstride last edited by
I have multi wan setup and working with an OpenVPN tunnel too.
At the moment I route all traffic over the VPN, however I live in Australia, and whilst I legitimately subscribe to the Disney+ service I currently cannot use it as the VPN IPs are blocked. Is there a way to leave all my streaming services working over my normal WAN and just use OpenVPN for all other traffic?
TheNarc last edited by
Not trivially. You can use the pfBlockerNG package to create an alias of Netflix-associated ASNs and then tie it to a firewall rule to pass traffic to that alias through the WAN instead of your VPN interface. I can say that, in the USA at least, the following has worked consistently for me. I forget why I have the Amazon stuff in there as well, you might try without it at first:
Then I have a firewall rule on LAN:
Obviously this doesn't cover all the steps; not sure if you're already familiar with the pfBlockerNG package, but there's good information on setting up IPv4 aliases with it in the forums too.