This is more of a Windows question (W2K) rather than a firewall question:
I currently support in my one location two Internet connections with different IP address space and firewall hardware. My primary connection is a PIX525 and my alternate connection I use the Netscreen 208.
In my Netscreen DMZ, I have an ftp host that I need to migrate into my primary PIX DMZ. Instead of just moving this ftp server form the Netscreen DMZ to my PIX DMZ, I would enjoy the luxury of migrating this into my PIX DMZ slowly so that I would produce little downtime for my customers.
I first though that I can dual NIC this FTP host and utilize a new FQDN, but then I remembered the default gateway would pose a problem on this Windows server. This leads to me writing for input.
Does anyone know of a way from within the Windows environment how I can configure return packets to traverse through the same interface that these packets arrive on? Is this wishful thinking?
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