How might I force traffic to a specific IP address through a particular network interface, in Windows?
After a bit of rudimentary Googling, this question comes close to answering my question, but my situation is a bit different - http://serverfault.com/questions/92575/how-to-route-different-traffic-thru-different-network-interfaces-in-windows
I'm a bit confused by his question/answer because I'm not quite sure how I would identify which interface has the higher metric.
Usage case - I have an iPhone 5 w/LTE connectivity, and I want to use RDP to connect to a specific (and static) IP address. All other traffic, as usual, should travel through the corporate LAN, but initiating an RDP connection to this particular IP address (my home computer) should use the iPhone's network adapter interface.
How might I accomplish this with the route command?
some example IP addresses:
My corporate LAN IP - 192.168.100.1 My iPhone 5 IP - 220.127.116.11