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Adding static routes to a network
Authored by: dlgraves on Apr 05, '06 03:28:42PM

Hi,

I have the same question, I think: I have access to two interfaces, one is my school's wireless network and one is my cable modem account. I want to be able to dedicate one interface to gaming, and use the other for surfing, email, streaming, etc.

Question is, can you assign en0 and en1 by application? Would you do this using the "route" command? I looked at amn pages and didn't see how...

thanks
Lucas



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Adding static routes to a network
Authored by: captain caveman on Apr 07, '06 04:18:01PM

Nah, you'd have to figure out which networks your games communicated with, and route those to one NIC or the other



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