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I'd like to setup my Windows Server 2003 VPN system as follows:

User A connects to public IP 1.2.3.4 \/ Firewall redirects 1.2.3.4 to internal IP 10.10.1.1 which is an IP setup on the Windows Server 2003 box running VPN \/ The 10.10.1.1 VPN server assigns an IP of 10.10.2.2


User B connect to public IP 4.3.2.1 \/ Firewall redirects 4.3.2.1 to internal IP 10.10.1.2 which is a 2nd IP setup on the same Server 2003 box running VPN \/ The 10.10.1.2 VPN server assigns an IP of 10.10.3.3

Is this possible or do I need two seperate VPN servers to setup such a configuration?

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I do not have a lot of experience in this area, but a while back a co-worker approached another more experienced one who wanted to do this from home so his various *nix assets could look into our network from behind a crappy VPN client with nothing but Windows 32-bit support (sounds like Crappoint). A little off-topic, but he said this type of thing is exactly what Routing and Remote Access is for on a Windows box. Do you know how to configure that?

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