Use 2 seperate connections, 1 for upload,1 for download, on Windows XP

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

I have 2 network cards in my PC, and 2 connections
one has limited download and unlimited fast upload
the other the opposite

what I want to do is have appliactions use connection A for upload, and connection B for download...
is that possible?

maybe port routing ?
or using microsoft ISA server?

any suggestions are appreciated
Question by:roynaufal
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    i don't think that you can do this easily. You may be able to install a router and direct incoming and outgoing traffic to the required connections. That is the only way i think you could do it.

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