- Win 7
- non-admin (i.e., can not change routes)
- able to change proxy settings on FF only
- LAN1 = corporate network with webfilter
- LAN2 = wireless card connected to my Galaxy S3
Switch automatically from LAN1 to LAN2 based on domain (ex: facebook.com).
what i have tried so far
I started by just letting Windows try to figure that if facebook.com cant be reached from LAN1, it should try LAN2. That won't work though. Disconnecting LAN1 cable forces everything through LAN2, of course. I then tried changing routes manually, but I'm not an admin, so scratch that. This means ForceBindIP won't work either.
I installed FoxyProxy on FF15, created rules for facebook.com and tried bypassing the proxy and direct connection. Still, I can't route through LAN2.
Next, I searched the net for a proxy server which allowed me to just run it (no install) and bind the LAN2 IP to it, but I have found none which met the requirements.
I'm almost there. I am playing with AnalogX Proxy server, but the "bind ip" feature is not exactly what I'm looking for. What it does is allowing connections only from the selected network, but I want to route to the specified IP. Anyway, my proxy server is refusing connections.
If anyone has some advice on how get my proxy to work and/or on any other workaround, I'd appreciate that.
I have found a solution, and discovered that any application can bind itself to a specific interface.
It's up to the programmer to implement it.
I will post my answer tomorrow, but will not mark it as the right one, since i really want alternatives.