Send server x packets to second router

Hi gurus

We have two routers. Master is default and second is backup. In my catalyst cisco 4005 my default route is to 196.100.10.1 (which is Master, seconrary IP is 134.23.24.122).  But I would like to use seconrary router to only ONE my windows server.

My server adress is 10.45.3.2/24. So is there a way to tell my catalyst (or windows) that doun't use master server but use backup server. Or is there a way to tell catalyst switch that certain protocols (ftp, http) should allways send to backup router.


Thansk advance
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RPPreacherCommented:
Is the cat 4005 doing routing (a layer 3 switch)?  Otherwise the DGW in the cat 4005 is only for management.

The question is very confusing --

Are you asking how to set up a server for internal fail over?  Internal users normally use Server-A but if server-a fails go to server-b?  Or you have to ISPs?  Router-A and Router-B and want to set up redundant internet?

I guess you should really clarify the question
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