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    Adding Multiple Routes
    H all, use to do this way back when I still used Windozeeeee.

    I connect to my iPhone using Hotspot. all internet traffic this goes through my WLAN/en0 port.

    Then want to send specific traffic to a specific network through my cabled connection via en13.

    Tried. sudo route -n add 10.15.192.0/24 10.4.17.1
    10.15.192.0/24 is the network where my target server is sitting on and 10.4.17.1 is the GW assigned for the network on which my cabled connection/IP allocated on.

    Please help.

    MAcOS high Sierra : 10.13.5

    G

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    sudo route -n add -net <target network/24 <local GW>

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