Hi, On Wed, Sep 21, 2022 at 08:29:17+0000, Simon Rozman wrote: > Unfortunately, this is a limitation of Android OS supporting only 1 (one) VPN > connection at a time. Just a theoretical thought experiment (I don't know Android arch well, I might be wrong at any of these points): - AFAIK, having a VPN (VPN app) on an Android involves creating a tun device for that app - kernel RPDB mumbo-jumbo (Android has set that up) will route (all or app-specific (based on processid?) selected) traffic to that VPN app - the VPN app will be left with 'the default routing table' free to establish unlimited outbound unencrypted connections - WG on android is implemented in userspace, in the WG app (using go implementation?) - Since this app has unlimited/untunneled access via 'the default routing table' it is free to establish more than 1 WG sessions (of course, in-app cryptokey routing and all the usual limitations still apply) - Current WG app (and especially its widget) will not allow only one VPN session at a time. Would it be possible to lift this limitation? Or is this limitation of another nature?