2 ISP 1 Router,2 static NAT entries will be pointing to 1 private address
i have 2 ISP & it is connected to 1 Router, now my requirement is like this, i have 1 Private IP which will hav a 2 Static NAT(1 with ISP-1 & the other with ISP-2) my idea is.... even if 1 ISP fails the host name should get resolved with the other IP so that my server which is residing inside my office(private) will be reachable from the internet. so i was assuming with the DNS it is possible by setting up the priority for 1st IP & if that failz the DNS will look for the 2nd IP, is that correct what i am said?
if someone tries abc.co.in 1st it will lookin for 188.8.131.52(public IP)------>192.168.1.1(private) & if 184.108.40.206 ISP is down, with the DNS config. it should lookin for the 2nd ISP based on the priority like
i think static NAT can also be configured with the priority kind of thing, i belive. am i right?
Static NAT entry on my router would be like this...
220.127.116.11------>192.168.1.1 high priority
18.104.22.168------>192.168.1.1 low priority
is that possible in the router for NAT priority?
or else suggest me where i should still able to reach my webserver or FTP server which is residing in my LAN private IP(residing behind firewall)
Re: 2 ISP 1 Router,2 static NAT entries will be pointing to 1 pr
but for my requirement should i use "Equal Access" or "Differing Next Hops", i am not clear with the exact meaning. can u explain for these two? & also in that example. which is the public & private IP address.
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