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I dont know if this is possible, I've recently got into using usenet, so im using a combination of sonarr\sabnzbd. Is there a way to exclude sabnzbd from connecting behind my VPN?

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You have a VPN and you want sabnzbd not to use it?  If so, what is your VPN protecting?  Also, how are you hosting your VPN?

 

Usually, people want Usenet and torrents to be obfuscated by the VPN, not bypass it.

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I agree with protecting torrents, which i use download station for that, but with sab i can establish a ssl connection for usenet downloads, so its irrelevant having a vpn on to just be killing my download speed.

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So you are wrapping your whole network connection for Download Station and you want to exclude some of it.

 

You might consider a different approach.  I use a combined OpenVPN client and downloader inside Docker (ex: rtorrentvpn, qbittorrentvpn, delugevpn).  I happen to want my usenet downloads on VPN, so I use sabnzbdvpn also, but you wouldn't have to.

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1 hour ago, flyride said:

So you are wrapping your whole network connection for Download Station and you want to exclude some of it.

 

You might consider a different approach.  I use a combined OpenVPN client and downloader inside Docker (ex: rtorrentvpn, qbittorrentvpn, delugevpn).  I happen to want my usenet downloads on VPN, so I use sabnzbdvpn also, but you wouldn't have to.

The downfall of using torrent clients is the lost ability of using download stations app for remote access.

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or another option thats in my mind, I run a second instance of DSM in a VMM at the moment for addtional security cameras, I'd use it, but I've never come to figure out how it could access my volume 1 folders as my VMM is installed a volume 2 of dsm.

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