For some reason, only watching videos that are burdensome to the network
I'd like to do it via a USB external LAN adapter.
The next (next hop) after the USB external LAN adapter is the home router.
You have PPP connections on the router to the provider.
Here are some possible routing:
route-add XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.11.1 metric 1 if 37
However, major video sites such as YouTube do load balancing, and the IP changes every time (even while viewing the video), so
It is not possible to specify all IPs.
How can I route fixed video sites?
I would like to use the following image.
route-add www.youtube.com mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.11.1 metric 1 if 37
Idea-level, but if you create an environment like this, you may be able to do it.
If the HTTP proxy server is in the IP1 network, it does not need to be on its own host.
In any case, the usual access is via proxy, so I think it's a creepy configuration.(It would be nice if you could set up "only use a proxy for a specific site."but)
I think there are several HTTP proxy servers that run on Windows, but I have never used them before, so I don't have any recommendations for this.(
squid is the norm? In the case of
squid, it seems that the parameter for setting the communication IP with the outside is
I haven't tried it, but if you can make the browser executable (exe) and the rest separate, why don't you add rules for sending Windows firewalls to limit the local addresses you can use for each executable path?
There are hacks like this on Linux, but you can run a dedicated browser that runs YouTube under this library.If you want to browse YouTube and other sites in one browser, it's different from what you're looking for.
I can't do this because I heard you are using Windows.You might want to configure NAT to run the operating system on which the YouTube player runs on the virtual machine and to use a specific NIC on the host machine for the virtual network to which the virtual machine is connected.(Unconfirmed)
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