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How does a Windows computer behave when it has multiple default gateways?

I have a computer(Windows XP) connected to two network interfaces, these two interfaces are connected to different networks and they are configured to receive a DHCP configuration, which means that ...
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The same route command that worked on XP fails on Windows 7

I connect to work's VPN on my laptop. In my last laptop (XP), I added a route so that I can RDP into my work laptop from my desktop while the laptop is on VPN. But now, with the new laptop with ...
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Network Route to Second NIC of Another Computer

What route(s) need to be added on which computer(s) for myDevice and ComputerB to communicate? myDevice: 192.168.1.2 ComputerA: - NIC1: 10.2.2.20 - NIC2: 192.168.1.1 ComputerB: 10.2.2.30, ...
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How can I route all internet access through mobile broadband, and all corporate lan traffic through wired connection on Windows XP?

I'm on my laptop with a built-in 3G modem and an Ethernet NIC. If I connect both, how can I route all my LAN traffic through the wired NIC, and all my internet traffic through the 3G modem? I'm on ...
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windows xp irregularly refuses to connect to one specific webserver

I think of myself as an advanced user but this problem is driving me batty. Windows XP (32bit Home) going through a WRT54G router, once or twice a day at completely different random times, refuses to ...
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Routing in Windows XP with IP restriction

I have Windows XP with two connections (e.g. A and B). What's the easiest way to make Windows XP act as a gateway to B for one and only one given computer (IP) from A?
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WiFi-sharing with Windows XP Pro (similar to “mobile hotspot”)

When on vacation, I always buy a local SIM card and use Android's "mobile hotspot" feature to provide Internet access to two Windows XP Pro laptops (mine and my wife's). Unfortunately now the Google ...
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Remove adapter defined routing entry

I need to remove (or change) the default entry in the routing table for Windows XP, which routes packets with a destination equal to the adapter's address to localhost. The reason for this is I ...
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539 views

Outputing a Microphone input to a USB Audio output?

Say I have some beast USB speakers. I also have a Microphone input on the back of my PC. The Microphone input will happily output on the same card, but I cannot figure out how to 'route' the output ...
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Why does this ROUTE ADD command fail?

I am trying to block access to a single IP address by adding a specific route that leads "nowhere" (instead of the default gateway): route ADD 199.239.136.200 MASK 255.255.255.255 127.0.0.1 METRIC 10 ...
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3answers
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Avoid corporate blocked URL's when on Cisco VPN

When I'm on my home PC and on my company VPN I can't get to sites that my company blocks. Is there a way to get around this? Why do my requests to facebook.com go through the VPN? Can you configure ...
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WinXP with two LAN cards: Howto route only port 3389 onto one LAN card?

I have a Windows XP machine in remote location on which I need to debug an application. It has two LAN cards both with internet access on different subnets. Problem is related to LAN card A. How ...
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How can I prohibit the creation of a route in Windows XP upon connection to Cisco VPN?

Problem I have several routes that are created when I connect to my company's VPN using Cisco VPN client. (It appears to be a bug in our VPN client that we're subjected to this in the first place: ...