I think P2P is blocked with the Proxy/VPN, TOR box, or the combination of that and “Literal IP”. Is it not? If you do need a certain VPN in a profile with such restrictions, you can white list the VPN server domain name or IP address in that profile. Or, if you need VPN on your device, put your device in a profile without such restrictions.
@casino That cannot be done at the router. Because the router only knows about the connections between endpoints (devices), it does not know which program (i.e., Vuze or a browser) initiated the connections. For Vuze or eMule to work, you have to disable blocking on “VPN/proxies, TOR” for the device running Vuze or eMule. Alternatively, if those programs support tunneling through VPN or proxy, configure them to use a VPN/proxy, then white list the VPN/proxy endpoints on the router.