we currently have an Xserve for our public web and mail service. We are currently running both services through a DSL line but would like to drop the DSL and go to cable modem. My question is, can I connect each outside ISP to the Xserve's NICs and have the web and mail respond to data from both connections. I have access to our public DNS records. For example, I have two web sites so I can split them and try the set up. NIC0 - 192.168.1.203 ----- Gateway 192.168.1.100 ----- DSL 68.x.x.x NIC1 - 192.168.1.205 ----- Gateway 192.168.1.2 ----- Cable 70.x.x.x I tried moving one of the sites but mail would not work. I changed the settings under "web" to look at any IP and I also changed the mx record in DNS to point to .205. I see the connection on port 25 and it trying to be delivered to .205 through the xserve firewall log but I never see it show up in the mail smtp log. My goal is to change the DNS records so we can get rid of the DSL line but I am trying to avoid any down time. Is this possible or am I going down the wrong road.