Android: more than one tunnel
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Thu Jul 15 06:25:59 UTC 2021
thanks for you thoughts.
However, this is not the case. I have the same setup on many machines and
Apart from that: you can still have many tunnels running with overlapping
What will happen within the routeing tables for the routeing decision is a
On Android switching on one tunnel just switches off the other.
I fear, Simon's reply is correct:
There’s only one active service per user or profile. Starting a new service,
automatically stops an existing service.
So, unfortunately, that would be an unavoidable limitation of Android.
On 15/07/2021 00:09, Eric Light wrote:
> Hi Chris!
> I don't have any experience with the Android implementation specifically...
> but most likely, your two tunnels have overlapping AllowedIPs ranges. When
> this happens, bringing up the second interface will override the routing
> created by the first interface.
> Most commonly, this happens when someone configures both interfaces with
> AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/0. To fix this problem, make sure there's no overlap of
> AllowedIPs in your tunnel definitions.
> I hope this helps :)
> (my apologies if the problem is something Android-specific that I don't know
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> On Wed, 14 Jul 2021, at 17:49, Chris wrote:
>> I have two distinct tunnels defined on Android.
>> However, I can only toggle between the two. I cannot have both activated at the
>> same time.
>> I need both connections.
>> Am I missing anything?
>> Why not several tunnels with several wg servers???
>> Why is this being prevented?
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