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Manually select

A group of proxies, user can change selected proxy manually, only when VPN is started.


Profile sample

[Proxy Group]
SelectGroup = select, ProxyHTTP, ProxyHTTPS, DIRECT, REJECT, hidden = false

# traffic match '' will be redirect through SelectGroup's selected proxy
DOMAIN,, SelectGroup

Policy path sample

ProxyHTTP = http,, 443, username, password
ProxyHTTPS = https,, 443, username, password, skip-cert-verify=true,
ProxySOCKS5 = socks5,, 443, username, password, udp-relay=false

Just like [Proxy] Section definition but without section header in it

Use policy path can separate proxies and rules definition, and reduce profile complexity.


{Group name} = select, {proxies, ...}, {policy-path}, {policy-regex-filter}, hidden = {hidden}


group name-truename of group, will be used like a key to the group
proxies-trueA list of proxy name defined in [Proxy] section, divided by comma
policy-path-falseA list of proxy defined in url content. Content format will be presented below:

ProxyHTTP1 = http,, 443, username, password
ProxyHTTP2 = http,, 443, username, password
policy-regex-filter-falseUsable if policy-path defined.
A regular expression which will apply on proxy name in policy-path url content, only proxies which match expression will be reserved.
falseWhether to display this proxy group in user interface, even set to false, this group will still take effect.

{proxies} and {policy-path} can be used together in the same proxy group


You can use a profile url as policy path url, only proxy part of the profile will be used