Adding Watchguard static IP for new Exchange server

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Exchange 2007 administration
Microsoft Exchange 2007
WatchGuard
I'm having a total brain fart. I set this up before but can't remember how I did it. I have one static IP for External interface. I have a second static IP set to my MX address. 
.114 is my main external IP. I have .115 as my mail.server.com record. 
I tried adding the .115 as a secondary IP to the .114 but it won't let me. Am I going about this the wrong way?
Single subnet network. 


Software/Hardware used:
Watchguard x550e, Exchange

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Where are you configuring that second IP address?
You should be able to configure IT in the IP Protocol inside the NIC configuration.

Adapter Settings->TCP/IP v4->Advanced->IP Settings -> Add

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  • Sethmorris
    I wasn't very clear sorry, this is on the Watchguard x550e Network configuration, not a server nic. This is to deploy Exchange on a T1 gateway with a single subnet network. I may have this figured out but anyone may rebut. I set the second static IP .115 on the #4 interface (External) Even though I don't connect #4 to the Lan, I am able to set a Nat translation in the POP and SMTP policy from .115 to IP of Exchange server. I tested this by Policy natting ICMP the.115 to my dekstop IP, and pinging my MX record mail.*****.com
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