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Rerouting ip traffic going to a Windows 2000 server to a different server outside the network

Posted on 2004-08-10
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Greetings,
I would like to redirect any IP traffic going to my Windows 2000 server to a new server (windows 2003 server) at  a new location.  I would like to do this at the server level rather than at the router level as the redirect will only be for 24 hours or so.
Do anyone know the steps on how to do this.
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Hi!
Here is a very simple freeware which can help you:

http://www.snapfiles.com/get/autapf.html

NetoMeter
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Thank You very much!!!  It work perfectly.
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