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Windows 7: Multipe connections - Traffic directing

01 Feb 2010   #1
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Multipe connections - Traffic directing

Hopefully the solution is simple My ISP has introduced traffic management, which I circumvent to a degree using a free VPN. However it frequently disconnects, and in doing so logs out everything else that's going on with the PC, including 6 browser instances (multiple chat windows etc...) So..I want to do what I think should be simple, have browsers send traffic through the 'natural' connection, and utorrent route it's traffic through the VPN which can autoconnect when necessary, by doing this I will hopefully dramatically decrease the load on the VPN, while keeping stable IP addresses for my browsers. -thanks


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03 Feb 2010   #2
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guess that's a no then
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03 Feb 2010   #3
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You can doing so by modifing windows routing table, using the route commande in cmd.
Typically, remove the default gateway in your VPN adapter, and then type route add destination_network mask gateway in your cmd prompt.
You may do the same with a local proxy.
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