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I want to forward a port from internal, internet interface of my server running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2 x64 to virtual machine running on VMware Server 2.0.2 that is in a local network (

How can I do that without using ISA Server?

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I take it you're not running ISA on the 2008 server? – Mark Henderson Jan 1 '10 at 21:59

I think you should be able to use Routing and Remote Access built into Windows 2008. You can setup port forwarding within it from a specific interface to whatever destination you need.

If that option isn't available you might try something like this simple PortForward program. It would be nice if it let you choose the NIC it was looking at, but who can argue with the price.

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