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  • Mulitple Gateways, can i set these up on Windows 2003

    Can anyone answer this?.

    I have a Windows 2003 server Network. We have two internet(adsl connections). One is static and the other dynamic.

    Is it possible to setup mulitple gateways on the server?, so for instance. All FTP traffic goes via the Static DSL connection and all internet via the Dynamic IP DSL connection?. How could i go about setting this up if possible?. Would i need to add an additional NIC into the server?. Then have this pointing to the other router?.

    I have looked at setting up an ISA to act as a proxy server, but that does not support multiple gateways. Due to the nature of the business (SEO) we need a dyanmic ip address for internet browsing. Which is a bit annoying as i have setup a vpn access for the office and if i go over to the dynamic router this will not work.



    Any ideas apprieciated

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    Re: Mulitple Gateways, can i set these up on Windows 2003

    For outbound traffic with multiple internet feeds you can wait either for TMG or you have to buy a third party product like big IP from F5 (no I'm not kidding )
    Most OSes simply doen't support multiple gateways and actually that isn't weird or so.

    For VPN you can use Dynamic IP addressing without any problems while using ISA server.
    You only need a something like DynDNS.
    Marcel
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