Rule

Chute can forward requests to another proxy server or connect to the host directly, depending on customized rules.

Priority

Rules are matched from the first one to the last one, in the order they appear in the config file. In other words, rules at the top of the list have higher priority than latter ones.

Composition

Each rule consists 3 parts: rule type, a traffic matcher (except for FINAL rule), and a proxy policy: TYPE, VALUE, POLICY Example: DOMAIN-SUFFIX,apple.com, DIRECT IP-CIDR, 192.168.0.0/16,ProxyA

Chute supports 6 different types of rules: DOMAIN, DOMAIN-SUFFIX, DOMAIN-KEYWORD, GEOIP, IP-CIDR, or FINAL. Proxy policy must be named under one of a policy names, including ‘a proxy’, 'a policy group', 'DIRECT', or 'REJECT'. Rules must end with a FINAL rule to define the default behavior.

Example:

[Rule]
DOMAIN-SUFFIX,company.com,ProxyA
DOMAIN-KEYWORD,google,DIRECT
GEOIP,US,DIRECT
IP-CIDR,192.168.0.0/16,DIRECT
FINAL,ProxyB

DOMAIN, DOMAIN-SUFFIX and DOMAIN-KEYWORD are domain based rules. IP-CIDR and GEOIP are IP based rules.

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