Half duplex mode. Split uplink downlink between 2 ISP?

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Banished
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Half duplex mode. Split uplink downlink between 2 ISP?

Post by Banished » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:34 am

Just wondering any possibility to route the half duplex mode uplink and downlink connection between 2 ISP?
IE using one ISP for uplink and other for downlink.

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Half duplex mode. Split uplink downlink between 2 ISP?

Post by Banished » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:15 am

Anyone alive on this forum? What I mean is in half duplex mode. Is that possible to know the data routing direction of the TCP tunnel the client or bridge create so it can be route selectively to two different internet gateway?
My goal is combined this with a scrambling proxy. So there is no way the ISP to know that I am using a VPN as all they could see is a single direction random data steam.

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Re: Half duplex mode. Split uplink downlink between 2 ISP?

Post by thisjun » Wed Dec 20, 2017 4:32 am

Windows doesn't support sending packets to an IP address via different gateway.
If you want to do it, you have to customize SoftEther VPN.

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