Miscellaneous Options in [General] Section

[General]
ipv6 = false
loglevel = notify
skip-proxy = 127.0.0.1, 192.168.0.0/16, 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12, 100.64.0.0/10, localhost, *.local
tun-excluded-routes = 192.168.0.0/16, 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12
tun-included-routes = 192.168.1.12/32

ipv6 (Default: false)

Enable full IPv6 support

ipv6 = false

loglevel (Default: notify)

loglevel = notify

One of verbose, info, notify, or warning. It's not recommended to enable verbose in daily use because this slows down the performance significantly.

skip-proxy

skip-proxy = 127.0.0.1, 192.168.0.0/16, 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12, 100.64.0.0/10, localhost, *.local

In the iOS version, this option forces connection to these domain/IP ranges to be handled by Surge TUN, instead of Surge proxy. In the macOS version, these settings are applied to the system when "Set as System Proxy" is enabled. This option is used to fix compatibility problems with some apps.

  • To specify a single domain, enter the domain name - for example, apple.com.
  • To specify all websites on a domain, use an asterisk before the domain name - for example, *apple.com.
  • To specify a specific part of a domain, specify each part - for example, store.apple.com.
  • To specify hosts or networks by IP addresses, enter a specific IP address such as 192.168.2.11 or an address range, such as 192.168.2.* or 192.168.2.0/24.

Notice: If you enter an IP address or address range, you are only able to bypass the proxy when you connect to that host using that address, not when you connect to the host by a domain name that resolves to that address.

use-default-policy-if-wifi-not-primary (macOS only)

Use the default policy of a SSID Group if Wi-Fi isn't the primary interface.

use-default-policy-if-wifi-not-primary = false

proxy-settings-interface (macOS only)

Helper proxy interface setting.

proxy-settings-interface = Wi-Fi

always-real-ip

always-real-ip = *.apple.com

This option asks Surge to return a real IP address instead of a fake IP address when Surge VIF handles a DNS question.

The DNS packet will be forwarded to upstream DNS servers.

hijack-dns

hijack-dns = 8.8.8.8:53

By default, Surge only returns fake IP addresses for DNS queries sent to Surge DNS address (198.18.0.2). Queries sent to a standard DNS will be forwarded.

Some devices or software always use a hardcoded DNS server. (For example, Google Speakers always use 8.8.8.8). You may use this option to hijack the query to get a fake address.

You may use hijack-dns = *:53 to hijack all DNS queries.

force-http-engine-hosts

force-http-engine-hosts = example.com:80

Make Surge treat TCP connections as HTTP requests. Surge HTTP engine will process the requests, and all advanced features will be available, such as capturing, rewrite and scripting.

  • Wildcard characters * and ? are supported.
  • Use prefix - to exclude a hostname.
  • By default, only the requests to port 80 are decrypted.
    • Use suffix :port to allow other ports.
    • Use suffix :0 to allow all ports.

Example:

  • -*.apple.com: Excludes all requests sent to *.apple.com on port 80.
  • www.google.com: Uses forced HTTP processing for www.google.com on port 80.
  • www.google.com:8080: Uses forced HTTP processing for www.google.com on port 8080.
  • www.google.com:0: Uses forced HTTP processing for www.google.com on all ports.
  • *:0: Uses forced HTTP processing for all hostnames on all ports.

tun-excluded-routes

tun-excluded-routes = 192.168.0.0/16, 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12

Surge VIF can only process TCP and UDP protocols. Use this option to bypass specific IP ranges to allow all traffic to pass through.

Notice: This option only works for Surge VIF. Requests handled by Surge Proxy Server aren't affected. Combine 'skip-proxy' and 'tun-excluded-routes' to make sure that specific HTTP traffic bypasses Surge.

This option might cause a system error ENOMEM (Cannot allocate memory). It seems like a bug in the iOS system. Please do not use this option if possible.

tun-included-routes

tun-included-routes = 192.168.1.12/32

By default, Surge VIF interface declares itself as the default route. However, since the Wi-Fi interface has a smaller route, some traffic may not go through Surge VIF interface. Use this option to add a smaller route.

compatibility-mode (iOS only)

allow-wifi-access (iOS only)

wifi-access-http-port (iOS only)

wifi-access-socks5-port (iOS only)

show-error-page-for-reject

exclude-simple-hostnames

socks5-listen (macOS only)

http-listen (macOS only)

proxy-test-url

test-timeout

internet-test-url

read-etc-hosts

network-framework

tls-provider

debug-cpu-usage

debug-memory-usage

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