At work we have web monitoring services that give the boss a printout of all your slack-off espn.com viewing. I want to be able to circumvent this. I have a Droid X with a mobile hotspot which can act as a WiFi router so I can surf the web over the cellular 3G. However, the software I use for work requires that I use the company Ethernet a lot. So I can't just unplug the cable. And it would look suspicious if I were unplugging it and plugging it back in all the time.
So I see here that you can have WiFi and Ethernet enabled simultaneously. From that text I think I understand how I can hook everything up, and force the browser to use a selected IP. What I'm unclear about is the sentence "all DNS requests will go through the "gateway" address, so only set a gateway for your main(general web browsing) connection" Does this mean that all web browsing will still get routed through the gateway, and thus still detectable by the man? Thoughts?