I need the ability to make all of my outbound traffic to IP address a.b.c.d route to IP address e.f.g.h.
Here's the problem, I'm being handed a URL from a server. This URL contains dotted IP addresses (please don't tell me to change the application). The URL I'm being handed is for a service that resides within a firewalled environment. Unfortunately, I've been given the internal IP address (for good reason) and as such my machine cannot access that address directly (e.g. 10.10.1.1). However, we have setup a public address (10.10.100.1) that is NAT'd on the router to the internal address (10.10.1.1).
I don't want to throw a piece of hardware between my machine and the router. All I want to know is if it is possible to use the ip address 10.10.1.1 on my machine and have my machine NAT that into 10.10.100.1 as part of the routing. This is windows 2003.