ForceBindIP is a simple but very useful command line application that allows "forcing" an application to use a specific network interface. The program will be useful for those who use two Internet connections, such as ADSL and Ethernet. In order to "bind" to a certain network, you should specify its IP. If your ISP does not provide a "real" network address service, there may be some problems or at least inconveniences with the program (you will have to change the "bound" IP each time).
ForceBindIP does not have its own interface, so you will have to use the command line to work with it. For example, it is sufficient to enter approximately the following to assign a specific network interface: "ForceBindIP 192.168.1.1 c:\windows\win32.exe" Naturally, the IP address and the path to the application should be your own. Note that if there are spaces in the path to the desired program, it must be entered in quotes.
If you do not want to work with the command line, we recommend downloading the ForceBindIP GUI from third-party developers. One of these shells we placed in the "Files" section. When using a graphical shell, no commands need to be entered. Use a convenient browser to specify the program path and enter the IP address in the corresponding field. First of all, don't forget to specify the GUI path to the ForceBindIP itself, and you will be prompted to do so the first time you start the shell.
ForceBindIP is completely free and compatible with all modern versions of Windows of any bit.
- possibility of forced binding of the program to a certain network interface;
- from the command line;
- automatic addition of DLL to the folder with "bound" programs;
- new entries in the system registry;
- Compatible with any version of Windows (regardless of capacity).