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troubleshooting Question

SBS 2003 static routes for dedicated Internet connection

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Hi,

We have the following setup (SBS 2003 - 2 NICs):
Internet – Modem (10.10.6.10) – Server NIC 1 (10.10.6.51) / Server NIC 2 (192.168.1.1) – Local network
Local Network 192.168.1.x / 255.255.255.0

We have been asked by the ISP people (dedicated connection for a specific application) to configure the following:
"New router will be given the IP 192.168.1.201/24.
Add static routes to default gateway for the following IPs to be sent to the new router (192.168.0.201):
10.2.1.25
10.2.1.27
10.2.1.30
10.2.1.32
10.1.1.22
10.1.1.33
And can the following DNS entries be added:
RPMPROD           10.2.1.32
RPMSTAGE         10.1.1.22
RPMTRAIN          10.2.1.27
RPMDOCS           10.2.1.30
RPMSQL               10.2.1.25


Not too sure where to go.
Thanks in advance.

Ron
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