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Difference interface priority and metrics in windows

I would like to ask what exactly is the difference between the priority settings of network adapters in the advanced settings window of the adapter settings (adapters and bindings, like mentioned in ...
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Only “lab” traffic over my Juniper VPN connection - all other traffic over normal Wifi/Ethernet?

How do I configure my Juniper VPN client to work like the Windows VPN client to not be the default gateway for all traffic?
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ubuntu setup network routing table

I have two interfaces: eth0 and wlan0. I want all traffic to go though wlan0 except for port 80 traffic that should go on eth0. Is there a way to setup the routing table so it does that? My current ...
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What routes must be set (in Linux) to allow Internet access through given interface without setting it default?

I am trying to solve a task with routing and OpenVPN's configuration. After setting the connection, I don't want it to become defaut route to anything, but rather want to use its interface for this ...
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Debian: Routing Table and Two Interfaces

I've a Debian machine with this network scenario: eth0 - Internet Connection via local Router (172.20.1.x) ppp0 - Dial-up to a network without internet (10.x.x.x) I've set pppd so it won't add ...
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Run script after all interfaces were up in Debian

In order to setup a load-balanced permanent routes in debian, according to this article, i have to run the following command ip route add default scope global \ nexthop via 10.100.0.254 dev eth0 ...
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What traffic uses an interface bound route (RTF_IFSCOPE flag)?

I have a following up question to an question I found answered on unix.stackexchange.com (see link below). What is the difference between the following two routing table entries: default ...