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port forward port 5001 to internal ip address

Hi all,

I have a cisco 837. It is connected to a adsl broadband connection. I would like to configure it so that when I connect to it from remotely (from work) on port 5001 it will forward to an internal ip address 90.0.1.200.

The application is a streaming media app. So I will point the app at work to by external ip address port 5001 and then the router should except the connection and port forward it to ip address 90.0.1.200 port 5001.

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Re: port forward port 5001 to internal ip address

ip nat outside source static tcp x.x.x.x 5001 90.0.1.200 5001

ip nat outside source static udp x.x.x.x 5001 90.0.1.200 5001

x.x.x.x = public ip address

This will work if you already have NAT correctly set up. You may only need either tcp or udp.

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