Configuring Data Split Traffic for Browsers

Browser data split traffic, for example, when accessing a website with a dynamic forwarding proxy set to and a local system proxy opened using Clash for Windows is, then set the images, or css and js files in the web page to be loaded through the address, and other files to be loaded through the proxy address.


--proxy-pac-url uses the pac proxy script for the given URL. (You can also use a local file, such as --proxy-pac-url="file:\c:\proxy.pac")

For more details, please refer to the "Using pac files for proxy autoconfiguration" tutorial and the "Setting up a whitelist to not access through a proxy" tutorial.