Add custom bypass URL's for VPN
danruff5 last edited by
Currently there is the option to enable the "Bypass VPN for default search engines". When at a corporate network I would like the ability to add in a custom URL pattern to bypass the VPN. I have to manually switch on and off the VPN all the time.
For example I work at company
awesome.com. The company has internal advanced networking and protected access to internal servers all in the form of
<service>.awesome.com. Since they cannot be accessed from outside the network with the VPN enabled it does not exist. With the custom bypass I can allow all
awesome.comtraffic to stay within the network, but all other traffic goes through the VPN. Right now I have to manually switch on and off the VPN all the time to get my work done.
electricdrive last edited by
VPN in Opera is very useful and great. But the only improvement I think would be in order is implementing extra modes to use VPN in. Currently it's either ON everywhere or OFF everywhere. I think that implementing a "ON on a list of sites" or "OFF on a list of sites" option would benefit both the user experience (faster speed on sites you don't need VPN on, while still enjoying security for the sites you want VPN on) and the opera devs (currently more often than not I just leave VPN ON all the time, resulting in a serious amount of traffic for your servers, while I only find a portion of that traffic really useful, rest is waste).
mikestrydom last edited by
Would it be possible to add a feature to add sites to bypass the VPN?
I use the VPN feature quite often but we have a local streaming service that is only available in South Africa. Every time I visit the site, I need to disable the VPN.
If I can exclude this site or whitelist it, I won;t need to disable the VPN. Something to look at?
miguelbellas last edited by
Basically one doesn't always need the VPN on on some cases, and it should be an ineresting feature no other browser has, to develop a web page based VPN. If you're on a specific page it's on on that one only.
MrAli last edited by
it could be very useful for users as well as opera to add the option for users to except their selected websites from opera VPN network. it has following advantages:
1- for opera, it reduce the load on its VPN network so VPN will get more speed, bandwidth, and will become more stable,
2- for users, some webpages are safe enoght for the users so they can bypass that websites from VPN and will get better speed on that webpages.
I hope opera team consider this suggestion
dylandev last edited by
Hi guys, any news on this? I'd like to use this feature as well.
dylandev last edited by
agitv2 last edited by
This what I am looking for. Specially when using streaming sites like youtube.
anonan last edited by anonan
I think that a lot of people even do not assume that web services use CDN with domain that is not equals to domain of the site.
For example: if you add
youtube.comas a site to bypass, it would have no sense (if you want to save "VPN" bandwidth), because videos loads from CDN, their URL looks like that:
https://r2---sn-5hnekn7k.googlevideo.com, images too – their domain is
anonan last edited by
this feature will not check request URLs, VPN feature will be disabled for certain tab.
There is no mention about it in this topic.
If you think that "Bypass VPN for default search engines" option works the same way, you are wrong. It works as I wrote above.
- Request URL: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=123
- Remote Address: 22.214.171.124:443
Through VPN (It's in the same tab)
- Request URL: https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/ip3/okegom.fandom.com.ico
- Remote Address: 126.96.36.199:443
(Real address is 188.8.131.52:443)
Wildboy last edited by Wildboy
I think people bother to take time to write here is to give valuable suggestions to Opera so it can explore how to make it work.
But what i see is some smart people here quickly jump into defense and tell us it won't work.
That, my friend, is the main difference in company philosophy between Google and Yahoo and see how those two companies land.