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    2 gateways

    Probably a daft question, but google hasn't given me anything concrete.

    I have 2 routers on my network, both are dual wan. If I want a server to be accessible over 4 ip's, one on each wan connection can I do it? It seems to depend on how I set the default gateway on the server.

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    Possibly if you can bind the required services to only one adapter and ip, otherwise it will happily respond on any of the IPs usually breaking the connection.

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