I have a windows 7 client with a wired ethernet NIC and a wireless 802.11g NIC.
The wired ethernet NIC is connected to a network switch and has subnet 192.168.0.*.
The wireless NIC is connected to a network switch and has subnet 192.168.1.*.
I also can start a VPN which accesses a network which also has subnet 192.168.0.*.
I have a linux system attached to the ethernet switch with an IP address in the 192.168.0.* range. When the VPN is connected, I can't access the linux system any more because, unsurprisingly, the packets are routed through the VPN instead of the ethernet switch.
Is there anything I can do on the W7 box to route just this single IP address corresponding to the linux box through the ethernet switch, leaving all the other 192.168.0.* addresses to be routed via the VPN?