Before I start I would like to thank Wilders Security Forums for providing a great place to learn and research. Thanks to mirimir for his great guides and post which helped me immensely in setting up my new pfSense router. My setup ended up a little different than mirimir's guides because I was able to get the help of a friend , who was way more knowledgeable than I but did not have a lot of experience with pfSense. I knew I was in trouble when mirimir posted that my setup would be complicated, even for him. This is my pfSense setup: Cable modem---> pfSense box (8 core Intel Atom Proc. 16GB memory)--->24 Port Gigabit Switch---> Apple Time Capsule router( wifi only)---> 22 devices connecting to either the 24 Port switch or through Wifi. This includes windows 7, windows 8.1, Imac's and Iphones, Roku's and Netflix connections. Out of all the connections I needed just 2 windows computers to be setup through the VPN, the others through my ISP. So the way it worked for me , I'm sure there must have been an easier way, was to setup in Firewall--> Aliases--->IP I listed the local Ip's of all the non VPN computers and devices. Seems to be working well. So my pfSense box acts as a VPN Client for both PC's that do not use the VPN. What I am trying to do is create a Kill Switch so that when the VPN goes down both the computers do not continue to access the internet through my ISP. I tried using Firewall--> Aliases--> IP and using the ip's of the 2 computers that don't want routes if VPN is down. This did not work. Any ideas or suggestions on how, if possible, to set this up in pfSense would be greatly appreciated.