I have a VPN concentrator that I have multiple Lan-to-Lan tunnels on. I want to be able to re-direct the traffic to different servers based on the source IP address comming through the tunnel. Each connection already talks to a specific IP address on the concentrator and I don't want to change it because of the amount of notification and coordination involved with clients on the otehr end, so I need them to be able to continue to allow them to point at the same IP address and then re-direct it after it comes throught the tunnel. I can't set up a server farm for this particular application as each connection has to be set up to work on a specific server and on a specific port. Question: Would this be possible with a content router or is there some other solution that would work for this scenario?
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