Dedicated server – rotate IPs when web browsing…?

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Dedicated servers
Remote Dedicated Servers
Windows Server 2003
I am leasing a remote deicated server with 8 IP adresses (5 usable)... the O/S is Windows Server 2003.  I can access the server using windows remote desktop connection from my home and see the server desktop, surf the internet from the server, etc...  My question is this:  Is it possible to surf the internet from each of my 5 useable IP addresses?  I can login to each of the 5 IPs using remote desktop connection, but when I check my IP at a place like 'whatismyip.com', all 5 appear as the top, or first IP in the block...  It seems they are all being routed through one IP (the main one)...  I want to be able to rotate IPs somehow and appear to 'whatismyip.com' as xxx.xx.xx.01, xxx.xx.xx.02, etc...  upon choosing each of the 5...  I hope this question makes sense...  Thank you...

Software/Hardware used:
Windows Server 2003

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To do this you would need to make the IP you want the traffic to come out of the first IP address listed in the TCP/IP settings.

However this may not work. For example with Windows 2008 network traffic always goes out from the IP address with the lowest IP address.

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