What is your device model and firmware version?
Did you remove the prefix https:// when you set the domain name?
If you run tracert [domainUseVPN] from a terminal on the client, what does it show? Does it go through your VPN server.
let me state clear:
now USA banned me from using a website called www.abc.com
(everyone know what site i am refering to indeep)
if i 24x7 use VPN to use USA IP, when i connect to hongkong’s ebank, i’ll be screwed, sometimes they even immediately cut my credit card etc.
i wish i am indeep 24x7 using hong kong IP and only use USA ip for abc.com, but obviously abc.com may knew i am using hong kong IP if any of their action use other domain e.g. they forward access to other website.
how about this,
i always use USA IP, then i only use hongkong IP for my hong kong ebank.
in this way if my hong kong ebank detect problem, i
can easily go down street in 5mins with a knife and some gasoline.
so i think what i am trying to use the vpn policy is for solution 2, but didn’t work.
I think you should type xyz.com. It contains www.xyz.com. www.xyz.com is a subdomain of xyz.com.
Sorry, I wasn’t clear, you should replace [domianUseVPN] with the domain you want to use the VPN with, e.g. abc.com.
It looks like both the VPN client and the VPN policy are working properly.
Can you try turning off Kill Swtich? The site will use some requests outside of its own domain. It looks like the connection is blocked without using VPN.
If you want to enable Kill Swtich at the same time, you have to know all the sites requested with or without VPN (depending on which rule you use) and add them to the list.
You can press Ctrl + Shift + I before visiting the site, then visit the site and check the Network tab, which will list all requests by the site.