On windows server 2008 I have 2 network cards both configured on the same network (i will explain the purpose in a second) NIC1: 10.35.1.98 Mask:255.255.0.0 Gateway: 10.35.1.254 NIC2: 10.35.1.99 Mask:255.255.0.0 Gateway: 10.35.1.254
What I am looking to do is route traffic to cisco VPN client's who get IP's in the range of 1.1.3.x via the 10.35.1.98 IP and all other traffic through the 10.35.1.99 IP. Right now traffic is sucessfully going through the .99 IP.
The reason I need to have 2 IP's is that we have an application that we want to be able to work via the cisco vpn client (when laptops are connected via aircards with cisco) but another application that we don't want to work when the cars are on the aircard/cisco vpn. Our cisco vpn profile basically makes the .99 IP inaccessible when the laptop is not connected to WIFI, once the laptop connects to WIFI at the main network the .99 IP becomes accessible and communication to that second app completes sucessfully.
Both of these apps are related and cannot be separated to different servers thats why they both reside on the same server.
I feel like there must be a route that I can add to the routing table but cant figure out how to specify a specific interface to use especially since they are both on the same network. Most other people looking to do this are simply trying to give one connection preference over the other for internet purposes. That is not the case here.
Thanks in advance!