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NATTED IP Access

Hi,

I have a server which is having the private 10.5.10.21 & Natted ip 207.211.x.x we have hosted our application in this server. People from internet able to access the application thru public IP.

Is it possible to access the application from same m/c thru the natted ip (ex: http://207.211.x.x)

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Re: NATTED IP Access

Generally, you will want to use the DNS name. If you have a one to one static nat (not using ports), and are inspecting DNS it will translate the response to the private IP address.

If you are using a router, I suppose you might be able to get fancy with NAT on a Stick, but I don't think you will find a solution in the ASA/Pix.

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