My ISP is blocking port 443. I can get around that by running StrongVPN on my web app server, but it intercepts all traffic including domain traffic intended for the 2nd NIC. What I want is for all domain traffic to go over NIC2 and all internet to go over NIC1 while the StrongVPN client is running. I contacted StrongVPN before coming here, but they are unable to assist since it is not a true connectivity problem.
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