Dynamics CRM - SSL on one interface, HTTP on another

We have just installed MS Dynamics 4.0.  I would like to make the web interface available for access via the internet for employees on the road, SSL secured of course.  But I don't want to require SSL security internally because that means reconfiguring all the Dynamics clients, which would be a major pain.  

Is there a way to use one NIC in the server to handle traffic from the internet (SSL) only, and the other NIC to handle connections from our LAN, without SSL?

Currently, users access Dynamics intenally using http://crm.ourdomain.local:5555 and my plan for external is for it to be https://crm.ourdomain.com (port 443 for SSL).

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