01-22-2007, 07:36 AM
| | Re: One ISP, 2 Static IPs, 2 Linksys Routers, One internal network... ?
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> Ok, I have a situation that I can't seem to solve and hope someone here
> can shed some light.
> I have one ISP connection that provides me with a number of static
> (public) IPs. I want to use 2 of them, each hosting a different domain
> name. (lets call tem domain1.com and domain2.com)
> First, to get more than one connection to my WAN I have the incoming
> WAN connected to a switch, of course.
> I currently have a Linksys WRT54GS connected (that provides wireless as
> well) and an older BEFSRU31 on the other. (which I plan to upgrade
> WRT54GS = 10.2.1.1 (gateway mode)
> BEFSRU31 = 10.2.1.2 (tried both gateway and router mode)
> both using 255.255.255.0
> internal network all using default gateway of 10.2.1.1
> Now, lets say I have incoming email to domain1.com. It flows through
> the WRT router just fine to my internal Exchange server (10.2.1.15).
> Outbound works just fine. Everything seems to work just fine with the
> WRT and domain1.
> incoming email through domain2.com does not work. I assume this is
> because te BEFSR passes it to the Exchange server which has a default
> gateway of the other router, so the conversation never happens and the
> session is dropped.
> My question.. how to fix this? Am I missing a router on the inside
> perhap? And if so, what should I use... (prefer linksys hardware)
> You might want to ask "why the second router" because port 25 (smtp)
> works just fine if I point both domains to router1, but for things like
> port 80 where I want it to point to different internal servers, this
> configuration doesn't work.
> Any help would be appreciated!!