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  • 2 Gateways for Server 2003

    Hi, I'm trying to have my new server be able to access the internet (through LAN network's router) and access the lease line (directly connected to my server) at the same time, to do this, do I need two network cards?

    From what I understand, I can't have 2 Gateways, at least, not both being used at the same time.

    Is there any way I can have access to the Internet, and to the leased lines (this is to other computers in other areas (by other areas, I mean offices in other parts of the country))

    Thanks much for any help provided ^^

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    Re: 2 Gateways for Server 2003

    You can provide multiple gateways (advanced setting, TCP-IP).
    But it is only going to use one gateway at certain time.
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    • #3
      Re: 2 Gateways for Server 2003

      You could add a manual route to the routing table, so all traffic to your other offices goes through the leased line, while all other traffic goes to the internet gateway

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