Thank you for reading our posting.
We have a Win2012 Std server that has 2 network cards, going to two different routers on two different subnets (where ever the request comes in, we want it to go back out).
IP 1: 192.168.0.202 gw: 192.168.0.1
IP 2: 192.168.10.203 gw: 192.168.10.1
If someone gets port forwarded on IP1 to the server, their request should return back out that network gateway. But if someone requests port forwarding on IP2 those requests should return back out only that network gateway.
This way we can host from two separate internet IP's, back into either network card.
Currently IP1 works great. but everything on IP2 just hangs or intermittently works.
IDEAS: we weren't sure if this was proper:
- setup RRAS, set default static routes, but this didn't help
- perhaps this is called "IP Persistence" ?? we can't find anything on setting that on the network cards in windows 2012
- WE JUST WANT THE REQUESTS WHEN THEY COME IN ON ONE NETWORK CARD TO ALWAYS GO BACK OUT THE SAME NETWORK CARD (we tried by adding RRAS and static routes but that didn't help maybe we didn't set it up correctly)