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Single Public to use in NAT

I have a single public IP address that I have assigned to my outside interface and I would like to NAT that IP to an internal server. Could I do this?

interface GigabitEthernet0/0

description Facing the Internet

speed 100

duplex full

nameif outside

security-level 0

ip address public_address

global (outside) 1 public_address

static (inside,outside) public_address internal_address

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Re: Single Public to use in NAT

You got it!

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Re: Single Public to use in NAT

Yes. But one small correction.

static (inside,outside) interface internal_address

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Re: Single Public to use in NAT

acomiskey,

Since I have more than one interface and the outside interface is named WORLD. See below

nameif ethernet5 QA security 50

nameif ethernet6 WORLD security6

should I use

static (QA,WORLD)interface internal_address

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Re: Single Public to use in NAT

You got it!

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