On windows server 2008 I have 2 network cards both configured on the same network (i will explain the purpose in a second)
NIC1: 10.35.1.98 Mask:255.255.0.0 Gateway: 10.35.1.254
NIC2: 10.35.1.99 Mask:255.255.0.0 Gateway: 10.35.1.254
What I am looking to do is route traffic to cisco VPN client's who get IP's in the range of 1.1.3.x via the 10.35.1.98 IP and all other traffic through the 10.35.1.99
How do you calculate the data flown between a computer and the gateway computer. I have a Linux router/gateway running IP Tables which routes internet traffic in a LAN. I have individual users with IP/MAC Address mapped who access Interet through the gateway computer.
Windows is adding a route for a local address (10.0.0.90 - my fileserver) with a gateway of (10.0.0.138 - this is my gateway), the gateway only has a 100Mbs link so all of my fileserver bound traffic is being reduced to 100mbs, if I unplug the gateway it jumps back upto 1000mbs.
I run a web server (Debian Squeeze on a VPS), and the graphs provided by the hosting company show consistently that around twice as much traffic is incoming to the server compared to the outgoing traffic.