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I have two networks and two LAN cards installed on my PC, i have static routes for specific networks on my PC(windows). my ping is working fine for all networks.
my problem is i have some software exe file when i run exe it will not run, i think it confuse to take right gateway.
i want to add some static routes for applications specific too.

thanks,
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You should only configure one default gateway on one of the NICs (the one which connects your PC to the internet).
For static routes use the "route add" command in a command prompt window (use "route add /?" for help). To make such static routes permanent (surviving reboots), you have to add the "/p" option to each "route add" command. To check existing routes, use "route print" command.
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You can't add application-specific routes. Your only (I think) option is to lower the metric for the preferred networks. Check the help of the route add command for syntax
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how the application will now that its server/gateway on which LAN card. is there anyway to do this?
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It's Windows' role to guide layer 7 transmission through the proper route.
As I've said - either change the metric or rearrange the interfaces' priorities in the ncpa.cpl.
BTW - are these routes correct? Can you post the routing table?
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i want to run only one application with one LAN card and rest of all applications including internet with second LAN card.
if i will change priority of 1st LAN card high then all applications and internet will effect or not?
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Probably yes.
Please post the routing table - it'll help diagnose the problem.
BTW - what OS do you use? You may try ForceIPBind - but beware - it modifies EXEs.
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