Our forum policies prevent us from discussing methods for hacking a system.. But if you've got approval from management and they would be willing to fork out a little money for the specialized computer, it might be easier to simply set up a second computer which connects to the secondary modem.. Using a KVM switch would then allow you to use one monitor, one mouse, and one keyboard but switch between screens.
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Can someone please help me? I have an internal office network that is extremely restrictive, blocking a very wide range of internet sites like yahoo mail, gmail etc. The PC is connected to this network, but has a seperate GSM based modem which can connect to the internet via a local ISP. Problem is, when I connect via the external modem, any internal connection I have to email (exchange) / internal servers (iseries, unix) is dropped. What routing rules need to be created or is there a software piece to graphically enable applications to use a specific IP address? ie. mozilla only uses 1 IP, while exchange uses the other? Please help