DNS SERVER with public IP behind the router

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Mar 1st, 2009
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i want my DNS server to be accessible to the internet , ok i have poll of pulic ip address, and i have the router with serial interface configured with another public ip ,

i want to assign my server one of those public ip

should i configured the lan interface with one of them and the server with another in-same-subnet ip address

or what to do

how to overcome such scenario


thanks

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Jon Marshall Sun, 03/01/2009 - 06:37
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ip nat inside source static


then on the router inside interface


int fa0/0

ip nat inside


int s0/0

ip nat outside


Edit - actually with NAT it may not be as easy as that. What addresses will the DNS server be handing out - you need to make sure it hands out public IP addresses for any requests from the Internet. It's no good handing out private IP addresses as these won't be reachable.


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alaeldien Sun, 03/01/2009 - 21:07
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the confusion is that how to map static route using 2 public ip

is it going to work this way ?


ip nat inside source static tcp 53 53


or ineed to create DMZ in the router if yes could you possibly please advise.


thank you

Alaa


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Jon Marshall Mon, 03/02/2009 - 03:00
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Alaa


Okay you've confused me now. Why do you need to use the serial interface address in your nat statment ?


What is the IP address of your DNS server currently ?


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