- server running Windows Server 2008 R2 with two NICs and running IIS
- two Internet connections
- we can only get one IP address on each Internet connection.
- two routers
- we want to serve two websites, one from each Internet connection/IP address
We cannot seem to get both working at the same time -- from outside the router. It seems like the issue is the default gateway. Only one NIC can send packets to the wilds of the Internet.
Is there a way to say "If the packet comes in on interface A, send the reply back out interface A (gateway A?). If the packet comes in on interface B, send reply on interface B (gateway B?)."