I have a 2003 server that is set up to run both VPN and NAT. It has a public facing NIC with 2 routable IP's (2nd one just added) and a private facing NIC with currently 3 private IP's.
I'm trying to run 2 SSL websites from this server. Before I needed these sites to be SSL encrypted, I was able to run them off a single public IP address with host headering, but that obviously will not work anymore.
So now, I'm having trouble configuring NAT to allow external traffic to the 2nd website. I have each of the websites bound to a separate internal IP. I've tried adding the entire public subnet our ISP has assigned to the RRAS address pool, and then creating reservations for 2 of the public IP's to the 2 internal IP's the sites are running on. Then under Services and Ports, I've created specific rules to map traffic received on those 2 address pool entries to the internal IP addresses they should be associated with.
So right now, the traffic that was flowing to the original public IP address on the external NIC is all working correctly, but I can't get any traffic to the 2nd public IP address?? What am I doing wrong??