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Windows Server with multiple wan ip's

By cmoglia ·
We have a T1 connected to a cisco asa (nat:192.168.1.1) and Comcast connected to a cisco pix (nat:192.168.1.253)
I have a windows 2003 exchange server and would like to split some of the wan traffic between the 2 ISP's.

The server has a gateway of 192.168.1.254 which is a cisco 1800 which handles most of our routing.

What is the best way for me to do this? The server has 2 nic's so multihoming is not a problem.

Any help appreciated....thanks!

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over the years I've seen this question hundreds of times

by CG IT In reply to Windows Server with multi ...

the simple answer is load balancing and the best way to achieve that is to have a dual WAN router that accomplishes this. If you want the W2003 Server to perform the routing functions and load balancing, well, not advisable. Windows doesn't load balance traffic between multiple gateways very well.

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