How to bind application to network adapter

I’m considering installing your firewall, but I’m wondering if it has the ability to bind an application to a network adapter.

For example, I have 2 adapters each with separate internet connections and IPs. I want the firewall to only allow an application (like Firefox for example) to communicate through one of the network adapters. If that adapter loses it’s internet connection, I don’t want the application to switch to the other adapter and connection.

Does your firewall offer rules like this?

It may be possible if these two network adapters have different IP addresses.

They definitely have different IP addresses.

Could you give me some hints on how to do it?

I’ll download comodo and try it! :slight_smile:

In Network Security Policy, you can set up two rules.

The first allows outbound traffic from your app over the first interface.
The second blocks outbound traffic from the same app over the second interface.

Should work. :wink:

Ewen :slight_smile:

What about just removing the firewall driver from the properties of the adapter you don’t wish to filter…

Wow. I must say I’m SUPER impressed with Comodo Firewall. SOOO configurable. Kicks PC Tools, Windows 7, and ZoneAlarm’s ■■■.

Does exactly what I need it to.

  • And thanks for the help panic!