I have a customer who has one ISA 2004 server (on server 2003) that provides internet access to a number of businesses within the building.
It has one network card with a WAN ip address ( and a second card with the Lan ip address, obviously !)
The customer has 32 static WAN ip addresses available.
I want to use some of these WAN ip adresses to give the other businesses in the building a static ip adresses so they can host exchange, vpns etc.
Does ISA server support this ?
If so how do create a virtual NIC or connector or listener that I can then assign one of the static IP's to?
If ISA 2004 will not this are there any alternatives ?
To summarise - I need some kind of IP gateway that accepts requests on multiple WAN ip addresses and redirects them to the relevent subnet on the internal network.