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    hi, all
    need some advise, we have a terminal server (2003) which is providing access to remote users through (site to site VPN), over a adsl line, we have ordered another adsl line so that we can have a server configured with routing and remote access. i was wondering if i can enable routing and remote access on the terminal server with a aditional NIC that will be connected directly to the new adsl line, and we can use that NIC as Routing and remote access. the terminal server is directly connected to the network, (with the new adsl line there will be a zyxel Prestige 660 H Gateway) which means if i have the new line connecting to the terminal server to the new NIC (which i plan to use for routing and remote access). would that cause any problem hence the terminal server is already connected to the network which has another adsl line. or is there any other options for that. hope its not too confusing your comments are much appriciated.

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    Re: routing and remote access on the terminal server

    Windows inst a router. Please buy a router with BGP support and real firewall for
    VPN connection.

    Regards,

    Yuval
    Best Regards,

    Yuval Sinay

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

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