https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/adding-a-tcpip-route-to-the-windows-routing-table/

route ADD *destination_network* MASK *subnet_mask* *gateway_ip metric_cost*

Add a dash of pepper, sorry, a -p, to make it persist across boots.: route
-p add ...


On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 12:39 PM Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Here we have two WIFI's, internal and dekkoguest. They log in
differently, have different IP addresses, etc.
But maybe you're really trying to use your companies guest network.
Perhaps so you can do stuff on the outside without the 2FA (like list
stuff perhaps?).

IDK what the Windows version of
ADDTCPRTE RTEDEST(PARADISE) NEXTHOP('10.10.10.10') BINDIFC(MYWIFIADDRESS)
is



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From: David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 05/02/2017 11:48 AM
Subject: [PCTECH] Remove default route for 2nd NIC in Windows?
Sent by: "PcTech" <pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>



Folks:

Does anyone know if its possible to remove the default route for a 2nd NIC
in Windows?

I have wired & wireless NIC's in my laptop ... I want to route some
traffic over the wireless NIC but everything else over the wired NIC.

For some reason, when I go to internal systems, the remote system thinks
I'm coming from an external IP and employs higher security measures (2FA).

I've tried adjusting the routing metric on the NIC ... but it doesn't seem
to make a difference.

The odd thing is ... when check my external IP, it shows the same thing
regardless of if I have the wireless nic active or not.

I'm not sure what could be causing the internal systems to be thinking I'm
on an external connection.

Any advice?

Thanks!

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