NOTE: This FAQ has been prepared to instruct you on how to make sure that traffic from specific applications does not leave your computer if the VPN connection goes down. We have a previous FAQ where we show how to block ALL outgoing traffic in case the VPN goes down. That FAQ is based on Sysgate firewall that is unmaintained. So, we have put up this new FAQ where we use an up-to-date firewall (Comodo) but with the limitation of just being able to block certain defined applications.
Install the Comodo Firewall software. You can access the download from this link,
Adding TUVPN IPs as a 'Zone'
Adding rules to allow TUVPN connection and block certain applications
Note: These are basic rules to allow certain applications access over a VPN connection. You can tighten up the settings and limit those rules to specific ports/protocols by changing Protocol.
You will have to define the above three rules for every Application you want to run over the TUVPN connection.
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