ISA2006 - controlling what IP address is used for outbound communications?

I have a multi homed ISA2006 in a small network as the edge firewall.  There are 5 routable public IPs attached (75.1.2.101 - 105) to the external NIC,  and 1 IP (192.168.0.1) on the interenal NIC with the LAN and clinets/servers behind the internal NIC (192.168.0.n). addressing scheme.
I need to get an internal server on 192.168.0.2 (behind the isa server)  to communicate with an external network over a specified IP address  on the isa server's external NIC for example 75.1.2.10.105.

Q. Is there a way to force a connection to the external network that uses a speciified IP address from the 5 externally bound addresses on the ISA server ?
martinmcginleyAsked:
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
That is the way it is written, yes. On certain boxes, this shows itself as the ip that is actually bound to the nic being the one that is always used. ie the machine, for some reason, differentiates between the actually bound ip address and the (in your case) four additional addresses which are just arp addresses.
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
No - not supported Martin - the outbound NAT will always use the first ip listed
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martinmcginleyAuthor Commented:
ok - just to verify whatever of the 5 ips is listed first is the ip used as the outbound ip - right ?
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Bottom line, you cannot create rules that allow http to go out one address and smtp to go out on another address, for example.
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martinmcginleyAuthor Commented:
thanks - i got it
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
:)
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