I have a file server that I would like to access from the Internet. I have a 3800 series cisco router with NAT overload configured on it. I am going to make a static map:
ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.47 9000 220.127.116.11 9000 extendable
Since I only have two Public IP's and many internal clients, I don't want to dedicate one of my valuable Public IP's solely to one node. If I use the above command, will other clients be able to use the same public address since I have PAT configured?...This configuration, is it a static PAT mapping? Thanks.