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How to say windows not to use specific network connection for Internet traffic? [duplicate]

I have slow VPN connection to another computer, which is also connected to internet as my computer is. When this connection is active, all browsing traffic goes via remote computer, although it is ...
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Is it possible to have a Linux box with 2 Ethernet adapters, connected to 2 networks with same IP range (no routing needed)?

Bear with me. This relates to this Stack Overflow question. My Linux thing (actually a BeagleBoard) has two interfaces, eth0 and eth1. It needs to connect to a client's network on eth0 (address ...
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Change the default route without affecting existing TCP connections

Let's say I have two public network addresses on my server: one NAT through an ISP (192.168.99.0/24), and a VPN through a different ISP (192.168.1.0/24), already configured with a per-host route to ...
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DHCP/routing oddness

I have a Squid proxy server on my network that is connected to the DHCPd server (commodity router) through a commodity switch. If there is a break in the connection (eg router needs to be rebooted) I ...
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Determining cause of TCP/IP connect issue

I need HTTPS access to the host ws.betaqxl.com, but connect fails: :: curl -k -v https://ws.betaqxl.com * About to connect() to ws.betaqxl.com port 443 (#0) * Trying 91.204.81.183... Timed out * ...
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Detect changes to routing table or address resolution protocol on Windows 7

On two different Win7 PCs we're having a very specific problem where connecting a device which uses a RNDIS driver sometimes disrupts the PC's network adapter connection (we detect this because we ...
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Force command-line tool to use different interface?

I have a service which I want to run over eth1. But all my other traffic still needs to run over eth0. Is it possible to force a command-line tool or other application to use the non default ...
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How do the routers communicate with each other?

Let's say that i want make a request a to a web page which is hosted in Europe (i live in USA).My packets only consist the IP address of the web page, first the domain name to ip address ...
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What is “Disable class based route addition” good for?

In the advanced TCP/IP settings of a VPN connection, i found a checkbox labeled with "Disable class based route addition". The checkbox is only enabled as long as "Use default gateway on remote ...
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Multiple home routers

Suppose I have the following configuration: Router A: WAN port connected to the Internet, LAN = 192.168.1.0/24 Computer A: Connected to router A as 192.168.1.101 Router B: WAN port connected to ...
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A can ping B, B can ping C but A cant ping C. How do i connect A to C (ethernet)?

I have a computer at home with ip 192.168.221.xxx I have another computer at work that I can ping and it has 2 ip addresses: 192.168.1.xxx and 192.168.0.xxx. Those last 2 addresses have the same ...
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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 ...