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On my windows server i have a WAN and LAN interface.

ON my LAN interface the ip is 10.200.0.1/16 and my WAN has an ip of 192.168.20.100 with multiple gateways192.168.20.1, 192.168.30.100, and 192.168.40.100

If i want to route the traffic of 10.200.0.8 to one of these Gateways how do i do so on the Windows Server 2008?

How can i choose to route any LAN IP i desire to a gateway on the WAN of which i choose?

What is the command or how do i setup this static route in the Routing and remote access section in windows server 2008?

Thanks!

  • 1. AFAIK, you can't have multiple gateways. 2. You can't have gateways on networks you're not directly connected to. 3. What do you mean you want to route 10.200.0.8 traffic to one of the 192.x.x.x gateways? – joeqwerty Jan 6 '15 at 17:55
  • Is there a way to essentially route traffic that is on a LAN IP to another gateway or IP on the WAN side? imagine like routing it through another interface. Same concept – soniccool Jan 6 '15 at 18:11

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