Is it possible to assign two public IPs from different ISPs to one private IP?
Posted on 2008-10-10
I am actually pretty sure the answer to this is "No", but I have to be certain. Basically, I have a server that is located at a remote office with it's own ISP connection and a static NAT. It is connected to the main office via a point-to-point fiber connection. Can I use a public IP from the main office and point it to the internal address at the remote office as a secondary NAT so to speak?