NAT / public IP access from within.

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Oct 21st, 2007
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Hi,


My setup is as follows :-


ADSL(Dialer0)---> 2811 ----> Fa0/0.x

I have a pool of 16 assigned IP addreses


I have internal networks on various VLAN's, and they are all Nat'ed to

one of the assigned address. (Say

212.x.x.114)


I also use static nat entries to NAT servers to public IP addresess.

(i.e 10.1.1.100 mapped to 212.x.x.117)


Now, the problem I have is this :-


My staticly nat'ed web server can be reached from the internet fine.


But when I try and access 212.x.x.117 from my internal network, it fails.


I need to be able to access the web server using its public IP address from within. I can access it using its internal address, 10.1.1.100 but that does not help me, as I need any requests to appear as though they come from a public IP address.


Any ideas what I might be doing wrong ?


Or any hints on how I can better nat public servers ?


I am currently using


ip nat inside source static <src> <dest> with a route map so that VPN hosts are not nated.


Thanks

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