In this manual we will show you how to set a WiFi network as 'trusted' to disable the Autopilot and how to recognize if the Autopilot is inactive.
Autopilot is a handy feature that automatically establishes and maintains an active VPN connection for enhanced security. However, sometimes you want to disable the Autopilot when you are connected to a specific trusted network.
Follow the steps below to set a WiFi network as 'trusted' and set the Autopilot to inactive:
Step 1: Click on the Autopilot icon at the bottom right of the GooseVPN app, recognizable by the two arrows in the shape of a square.
Step 2: Now click "Enable".
Step 3: Now you have successfully enabled Autopilot. The screen automatically returns to the main screen of the app and you can now recognize by the purple moon that the Autopilot is enabled because you have specified a network as trusted.
Step 4: Click on the 'Advanced' option.
Step 5: Click on 'Edit' behind Trusted networks.
Step 6: Press the '+' next to the network you want to add as a trusted network. You will now see the network added to the list of trusted networks.
Step 7: Now go back to the main screen. You will now see the V turn into a "purple moon". This means that the Autopilot is enabled, but inactive as soon as you connect to one of your trusted networks.
By setting a network as 'trusted' you can set the Autopilot to inactive for that specific network. To check if the Autopilot is inactive, look for the symbol on the main screen. If you see a purple moon, it means the Autopilot is not active.
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