Force Application To Use A Specific Network Card [Win]


My computer motherboard is a dual network card, plus one is connected to the telecommunications network, and the other is a mobile network.
But sometimes there is a trouble I would like to assign a specific network for certain application, so I have this article!

Install ForceBindIP

Download and install, and get a copy of the compressed version from the download link at the bottom of this article!

Once the download is complete, extract the contents of the zip file.

You will need to copy both files.

Then paste them in:

C:\ Windows \ System32

Now press the Win+R keyboard combination, type cmd in the run box, and press Enter.

When the command prompt opens, run the following commands:

cd C:\ Windows \ System32

Now we can bind the application to the network adapter to execute the following types:
ForceBindIP %NetworkCardsIP% %PathToProgram%

For example:
ForceBindIP “C:\Program Files(x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe”

Or Command Example Network Card Guid

"C:\ForceBindIP-1.32\ForceBindIP64.exe" {F8xxxF66-2E45-xxxx-xxxx-9CE6xxxC2A32} "C:\Program Files(x86)\Microsoft\Edge\Application\msedge.exe"

Or Command example network card corresponding ip

"C:\ForceBindIP-1.32\ForceBindIP64.exe" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Edge\Application\msedge.exe"


  • The IP of the network card you want to bind your application to is
  • The program you want to bind to that network card is Firefox.


  • You must give the full path to the program.
  • If the path contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks.
  • Every time you want to bind a program to this network card, you must start the program through this method.

Download link


ForceBindIP-1.32-Setup.exe (101 KiB). Setup with uninstaller. (42 KiB). Zip file for manual installation. The ForceBindIP EXE and and BindIP DLL files must be placed in the same folder.


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