2 Broadband connections on one network

  barlowd 23:06 20 Jul 2009
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I have a Win 2003 Server network with one adsl modem router address 192.168.0.1. I now have a second broadband connection for which I have tried to address a second router as 192.168.0.2. Port forwarding on this second router will just not work. Our web server is 192.168.0.3 and router 1 forwards fine, but the new one just won't play ball - even when pointed to a different IIS server on 192.168.0.4

Any help appreciated I am obviously missing something!!!!"

  brundle 23:33 20 Jul 2009

Any subnetting configured? Do any of your servers have dual NICs?

  barlowd 23:56 20 Jul 2009

No - just gave it an IP and tried pointed it at the same severs as router 1. The idea was to split some of the traffic (mainly VPN) away from the main web/email stuff

  barlowd 23:57 20 Jul 2009

sorry - yes all three servers have 2 nic's

  Batch 08:03 21 Jul 2009

Is it possible that 192.168.0.2 is already allocated to some other piece of kit (e.g. one of the PCs on the network)?

  barlowd 14:02 21 Jul 2009

Nope - checked that prior to assigning it

  brundle 20:24 21 Jul 2009

Are you setting the IP gateway(s) to reflect one or other router? How is DHCP being managed on the internal network, by one of your servers?

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