confined to

Satan, being thus confined to a vagabond, wandering, unsettled 
condition, is without any certain abode; for though he has, in 
consequence of his angelic nature, a kind of empire in the liquid waste 
or air, yet this is certainly part of his punishment, that he is without any fixed place, or space, allowed him to rest the sole of his foot upon. 

Daniel Defoe, _The History of the Devil_