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IP address routing and Exchange

By mgtang ·

1. My ISP said they will give me a fiber and I can connect the fiber using a CAT5 cable to the fiber box (should be the fiber modem?). The also said they will provide 5 static public Internet IP address. My question is how can I connect these5 static IP address for my IIS, Exchange, RRAS(VPN)? I must have 5 NICs installed into my server or buy a new router? Which type of the device should I use? Cisco router? Model number? Could anybody tell me the detailed procedure?

2. I have 4 domains now and have not been connected with each other: a1.local, a2.local, a3.local, a4.local. And I have an Internet domain If I want to install Exchange server 2k on a1.local and create email address using my Internet domain name such Does it mean that I must change a1.local to Is that meaning I must delete a1.local and create a new domain How can I connect my domain server to one of the public Internet IP address my ISP provided (that means whenI use ping command in the Internet, it will ping my domain controller)? Install a new NIC and assign the Internet IP address to the new NIC or I can redirect the IP packet from the router to my server? Which Router should I use and the model number?

Any idea will be appreciated. Thank you!


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multiple ip adresses

by jrsmith In reply to IP address routing and Ex ...

You can assign multiple IP addresses to an individual network card under both NT and 2000. USing proprer dns and IIS entries to direct the individiual websites to each virtual server will shred them dowm withinn the machine -- under properties for the web site (IIS look at the default web site) instead of all "all unassigned" select the specific ip you want to designate for this particular site.

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