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I have created a loopback network interface (by a software tool). Now I want to direct internet traffic through this interface. Note that I only can access internet via a VPN .
Now I do not know how I can direct interface traffic between VPN and my virtual interface.(There is no bridge option for accomplish it in Windows 7) enter image description here
I think that I should add a routing item into routing table of my Windows 7 but in ROUTE ADD command there is no way to specify incoming traffic, only provides specification for outcoming traffic
I need a 3rd party software which gets traffic from my interface and send them through VPN

Routing table:
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Please post the output of ipconfig and your routing table. – MariusMatutiae Dec 7 '13 at 8:01
@MariusMatutiae I've added some more info, please see edit – Hi I'm Frogatto Dec 7 '13 at 17:02
Set a route to your internal IP address through your interface with a lower metric so it gets chosen as the shortest path. – Knuckle-Dragger Dec 13 '13 at 23:49
@Knuckle-Dragger Internet is only accessible via my VPN not my loopback interface so I must direct internet traffic through VPN, and It's done as you can see in the route table ( direct to VPN has lowest metric, 11) – Hi I'm Frogatto Dec 14 '13 at 6:21
If you have VMWare or similar program there is an OS that was created where you can create virtual networks etc. So you can use this OS to create a bridge if you will. Take a look at "Vyatta" – falconspy Dec 16 '13 at 13:59

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