i would like to get 2 external IP numbers pointing to the same internal IP address. Now i know this can be done via port mapping but im having a little bit of trouble getting it working correctly. I have 2 external IP address's, 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 now the 22.214.171.124 is for OWA and currently points to 10.10.10.25 and the 126.96.36.199 address points to 10.10.10.36 and this is the exchange server. What i would like to do is use OWA from the main exchange server rather than the server that OWA sits on at the moment. The Static routes currently setup are like so
The only thing is that when i add these routes in External emails stop routing and the OWA web address doesn translate to the correct address. so i take it that im not added in the new stating routes correctly please could someone help me?
Make sure that the acl on the ouside interface is applied. This is done with the global command: access group XXX outside. You should already have it in your config but it may disappear when you make changes to the acl or the statics. Do this check in step4.
For the rest, this looks fairly OK to me. Give it a try and give us feedback when you run into trouble.
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