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My system details:

  • openSUSE 12.3 KDE.

  • I have a Wifi card and an ethernet card.

  • I subscribe to two internet connections from two different companies:

    • Company A provides 2MBps unlimited bandwidth.
    • Company B provides 20MBps limited bandwidth. 20GB a month.

I want some apps like Radiotray to connect to internet using network card with configuration to connect to internet using Company A network.

I want Firefox and Chrome and other apps to connect to Internet using network card with configuration to connect to internet using Company B network.

Is it possible to do so?

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Using squid servers to detect streaming content would work but you would need another box with squid to tell your desktop squid to cache-peer to company B. Seems overly complex for a single box.

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