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I have a Windows 2008 server configured with multiple public IP addresses.  Clients connect to the server using the .6 address but their outbound sessions from the server appear to be coming from the .2 address, which is the primary IP on the server.  I understand this is normal behaviour but is there a way to force the server to use the .9 address for only VPN traffic without changing the primary IP assigned to the adapter?
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No, there isn't a way to change this. If you had two NICs you could most likely get it done but with one nic there isn't a way.
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