customer with a little public (/29) ip range needs more addresses. The
provider asked whether he can give him a second ip net range
(another /29). Now I wonder how this could work on a Border Manager
Server. If I have a second lan on the outer interface, how could it be
configured to use it's own default route and such things. IP's on this
second net will be statically natted to internal machines. So I think it
might be a problem, if a packet comes in on an address of the new ip
range, natting to internal and then the answer packet will go out through
the primary ip of the first ip range, cause the default route is there.
Is there any way to get this working?