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traffice routing in windows 10

by X__ / October 14, 2015 10:20 PM PDT

Hi, Good Day!

On my laptop (windows-10), I have 2 network interfaces to work in parallel.

1. Wifi device connected to USB port (192.168.1.0)
2. LAN connectivity connected through cable (192.168.16.0)

I need to route all traffic of other than sub-net 192.168.16.0 (which is actually my internet access requests) to sub-net 192.168.1.0.

Please share your opinion to get this done.

P.S. both interfaces are in working state, but my internet traffic is also traversing through sub-net 192.168.16.0, which should be through 192.168.1.0.

Thanks
-X

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Clarification Request
Did you examing the routes with NET ROUTE?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 15, 2015 4:40 AM PDT

If not, you won't know. But I must preface that use of NET ROUTE is not something I'll write about as that is on the web. I'll point out the commands to look at the route but as you are the one that must maintain your system, you must command the skills to control it. Look at the route and change it with net route as needed. Be sure to check the gateway and default route too.

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net traffice routing
by X__ / October 15, 2015 11:03 PM PDT

Hi, Thanks for your reply R.Proffitt.

I need to route outgoing internet traffic. how can I add route if I don't know the destination ip/hostname (internet)

route ADD 10.10.10.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.12

what to write here "above underline bold/underline address" : )
that's why I have asked about how can I specify a route which can specify that if outgoing traffic is not of sub-net 192.168.16.0/24 then route it to gateway 192.168.1.1?

Thanks.
-X

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That's what the netmask is for.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 16, 2015 6:10 AM PDT
In reply to: net traffice routing

Remember I don't repeat what's on the web about IP networking. You must know your routes and the commands to change it if need be.

But in short the adapter IP, netmask determine what addresses are on that LAN and when it doesn't fall inside the netmask that set the LAN address range then it's sent to the gateway.

https://www.google.com/#q=how+to+set+gateway+on+Windows+10

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