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I have a server with two LAN cards installed. I have one server in U.S and one in India. I have created a GRE tunnel to route all traffic from the U.S Server to my Indian Server. My traffic has UDP,TCP,HTTP,etc traffic.

Now I have two LAN cards on my Indian Server. I have configured two IPs on the system for some of my needs on the system. One is a /30 and another is a /24. Now I want the /30 IP to talk to my /24 IP. The IPs are: - /30

and -/24 

I want to forward all the TCP,UDP,HTTP,etc traffic coming to to In the sense I want to make them talk to each other in a way if a TCP/UDP Packet comes to it should be forwarded to and then that packet is sent back by to I am not able to configure this part. Can anyone tell me step by step how to do so?

I forgot to specify I am using Windows Server 2008.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Is this of any use to you ->… – sgtbeano Nov 13 '13 at 12:33
Why do you want to do this? – Michael Hampton Nov 13 '13 at 15:59
Well forwarding traffic is not a issue.But if i do i am not able to get reply back.Morever how can i use the /30 in two machines.Basically i have some technique for DDOS Protection thats why i am doing this.Is'nt there any simple way that i could simply make both the IP talk to each other like done in Reverse Proxy? – Rishabh Agnihotri Nov 14 '13 at 15:02

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