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XeonFlare

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Okay, so I've got a bit of a situation and was looking for some expertise. I have a server, here is the link for the model:

http://www.wdc.com/e...cts.aspx?id=610

It is designed to be a plug and play type storage server but it happens to have A) A full version of windows 2008 storage server rt and b) a dual Ethernet port network card. I was wondering if there was a way that I could configure this server to accept internet connection on port 1 and then connect itself to an entirely separate and isolated LAN on port 2; this separate network is not connected to the internet. I've isolated these computers to a separate network because I wanted to discourage people from using them for casual internet browsing, but I would also like to be able to have connection point to them if needed. Any help in setting this up would be greatly appreciated.

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An added benefit, though I won't push my luck too much, would be if I could pass the internet connection to any one of the computers on the isolated LAN selectively.
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Hey folks, it has been a few days and no doubt everyone is busy. If it is simply that no one has the time, I don't have a problem to wait longer, but would this post perhaps be server better by being placed into the Windows Server section?
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