My server have two interfaces (e.g.
B) that are not bridged. These interfaces have different IP adresses (e.g.
10.0.0.1). These IP addresses are in different subnets.
I need to achieve following:
Client connected to the interface
A (with IP
192.168.1.1) can access the server using the
10.0.0.1. (Not vice versa and I cannot just bridge these two interfaces because of additional settings.)
Is it possible to achieve this with Windows Server 2008 R2, if so how?
Update: The client which is connected to the interface A has set a default gateway as
192.168.1.1. (So it should route all IPs from other subnets to the server.)