Application Routing.

February 24, 2010 at 11:24:36
Specs: Windows Server 2003, Quad Core 2.66Ghz/4gb ram
Hi,

I have this situation:

1 PC, 2 NIC with 2 internet connection, same provider, same gateway.

What i need:

a application using port 27015 to access the first internet connection.
a second application with the same port to access the second internet connection.

How do i do that? :-S

Please help me, with any suggestion anything.

P.S. : OS used- windows server 2003


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#1
February 25, 2010 at 01:15:11
Just one question, what's the point?

Also, though in this case it doesn't matter since you've got the same gateway set for both NIC's, but don't ever set multiple gateways if they're not the same. That'll cause some serious routing behaviours...


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#2
February 25, 2010 at 06:54:12
You don't have two internet connections. You have one going to two nics.

You can not do as you desire.


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#3
February 25, 2010 at 10:31:20
Well, the point is that the first ip has a domain name and the second one has a subdomain name. The game use as a default port 27015 and this way won't be necessary to add the port when connecting to the game server.
ex domain: /connect domain.com (default 27015)
ex subdomain: /connect name.domain.com (default 27015)
if i use another port than 27015, for example 27016, to connect to the server i need to specify the port, like this: /connect domain.com:27016

I don't know to much about win server 2003, actually is not my server, i'm trying to find a way out.
Maybe there is a posibility to route the application, to make it to use a specific network interface.

Thank you very much for your reply.

L.E. : lets suppose that we have different gateways.
how would work while connected to 2 different ISPs on the same machine.


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