Getting a web server on a separate gateway

Posted on 2011-10-14
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Ok, so I have 3 servers on my network.  A DC, an Exchange server, and a TS RemoteApp server.  I have 5 static IPs, only using 2.  One goes to my mail server through .226 (which is the primary router for the network), and i have another router with .227 which I want to point to my RemoteAPP server.  On the local network, the remote app server is .4 and plugged only into a switch.  (I need access to it from inside and outside, but on the outside going through the second router .227)

So I have tried plugging the second NIC on the server into the router switch (only thing on it) and configuring it as a valid IP.  I know I'm doing something stupid here and i think i'm thinking too deep into it....who's got answers?
Question by:phirenetworks
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Can you provide a little more information.  The 2nd router - is that a separate internet connection?  

For the RemoteAPP server to use this other router, you would need to configure the default gateway on the RemoteAPP server to point to the router.

Are you using private ip addressing internally?  

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I figured it out.  I had managed to use the same IP on the 2nd NIC instead of making a new IP scheme.   (10.10.1 instead of 10.10.2)  Thanks!

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When you stare at it too long, you make mistakes...

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