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May
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answered Windows Server 2008 R2 Backup Logon Failure
May
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answered Setting up a simple domain for testing without disturbing my regular workgroup based LAN
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answered sed not working in linux centos, ubuntu,
Apr
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comment How can I move a service to a new server but keep the same IP and port?
Those tiny boxes are specifically designed to handle networking well. NAT or reverse proxy is what you need to implement in this case as you are differentiating ports and keeping IP addresses the same. A router wouldn't help in this case, not unless you want to do load balancing and that too will require some pretty advanced configuration. Don't give both servers the same IP while they are on the same switch fabric. You could do firewall redirection without having to put server 2 behind server 1. I don't know if it's feasible with MS Windows. You're on the right track now :)
Apr
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answered How can I move a service to a new server but keep the same IP and port?
Apr
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answered When my A web server gets unplugged, how do I automatically redirect all the users to my B web server in another city, and vice versa?
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answered Ping only works after about 30 seconds
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