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Editing Tcp/ip Setting

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Hey all, quick question

without going the long way..... nevermind i figured out how using dos i think i can change my gateway.

But is there anyway to get the default gateway of my nic card to a variable.

At my work, i use the cable modem (with gateway ending in .5) for listening to my streaming radio (XM online) and downloading stuff.

In order to send emails, i need to go out our DSL modem (gateway ends in .1). Its messed up but thats the only way we can do it for now. They don't want me to stream music on our dsl because thats the modem we host our websites off of.

Any simple way to toggle between the two?

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Hey all, quick question

without going the long way..... nevermind i figured out how using dos i think i can change my gateway.

But is there anyway to get the default gateway of my nic card to a variable.

At my work, i use the cable modem (with gateway ending in .5) for listening to my streaming radio (XM online) and downloading stuff.

In order to send emails, i need to go out our DSL modem (gateway ends in .1). Its messed up but thats the only way we can do it for now. They don't want me to stream music on our dsl because thats the modem we host our websites off of.

Any simple way to toggle between the two?

Can't you add a Route ?

route ADD 111.111.111.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 ?.?.?.1

where:

111.111.111.0 = Ip segment for the SMTP/POP server

?.?.?.1 = your .1 gateway


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i have no clue how do do that. And i don't think so because our network admin is very adament about locking crap down. He's got so many rules and stuff on differant things,

switching the gateway is the way he also has to do it to send emails.

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