I have looked through the other posting about multiple default gateways but I am not seeing what I am looking for.
I have a Windows 2003 server that has two NIC cards. One NIC is connected to our internal network. The other is connected to our DMZ. Each of them have their own default gateway.
This server is our FTP and other web services server. It will work fine for a while and then internal and external users cannot connect to the server. I have to disable and enable both interfaces for the problem to clear itself.
There have been posts regard the Routing and Remote Access service. This looks to be the answer but I still don't understand how to configure RRAS to fix the problem I am having.
There are 500 points to the person who can help me get this issue resolved.
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