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Setup range port forwarding (Cisco Nat)

How could i do range port fowarding when under nat. I want to forward a range of port ex: udp 5059 to 5072 to an ip of my lan (a server at 10.1.1.50) and another range (udp 1000 to 20001) to the same ip (10.1.1.50). I use a dls connection with an interface dialer 1. Thks guys.

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Re: Setup range port forwarding (Cisco Nat)

You do not need UDP/RTP port forwarding with cisco routers.

It will understand what the port that singling commands and set them up dynamically.

So just set static NAT for the SIP ports and that's it.

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