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Two domains on a network

Two domains on a network

Two domains on a network

(OP)
Hey all!

I have a two windows small business 2003 servers that serve two separate departments. The two departments are now moving together into one office and require hot desks - eg enter username and password into XP Pro, select domain and off they go....!

I also need to give VPN access to both machines for the remote users for each department.

We have one DSL connection, with 5 external static IPs.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to best provide the hot desking, and how I would go about routing one IP to one server and a separate on to the other via a router/firewall solution so that they VPN to the correct server (for the time being software VPN on sbs2003 is adequate)

Cheers!

Relisys

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