1x SBS 2011 running RWW / RD Gateway
1x Server 2008 R2 running TS / RDS role
10x Local users
10x Remote users
All sharing one internet connection. Its getting very slow in peak times.
We want to send the remote users in and out on a different internet connection.
Want to get expert opinion on best practices here. It seems so simple in my mind, just give the TS a different gateway IP. Though I think that in reality this won't work, causing connections to drop during handover between the gateway and the terminal server session.
In the SBS / TS combo environment I am under the understanding that the SBS must have the RD Gateway role, and that in order for the SBS 'magic' (rww, etc) to work properly then we need the SBS Server to handle the DHCP and distribute the DNS etc. In which case the SBS and the clients must share a common gateway. How then, can we make this work? With remote users coming into the SBS servers RWW website in order to connect to the terminal sessions on the TServer on a seperate gateway.
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