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port forwarding details

Hello, I want to port forward protocol 8443 to a server behind my Cisco router.

My Cisco router is in turn connected to an ADSL PSTN facing router.

I understand the command to do this would be:

ip nat inside source static tcp {localServerIPAddress} 8443 fastethernet 0/1 8443

My question is; do I still need to define "ip nat insde" to fa0/1 of my Cisco router ?

Do I need to do anything else ? (n.b. I have already opened ip the port on the ADSL router and pointed it towards my Cisco router)

Thanks for confirmation.

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Purple

port forwarding details

Hi,

f0/1 is your outside interface so it should have ip nat outside

Regards

Alain

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Purple

port forwarding details

Hi,

f0/1 is your outside interface so it should have ip nat outside

Regards

Alain

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Re: port forwarding details

You could just point your ADSL NAT directly to your sever as well. That should work if your Cisco router isn't currently NATing and the ADSL router has a route to that subnet.

Also no you don't need the IP NAT source list. The static NAT is all you need.

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