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address translation

On our pc's we have to put port 8000 in on the proxy settings for the isa server, would this be translated on the router to port 80 ?

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Re: address translation

Hi

Have you already placed any kinda natting in your ISA server ? coz i have seen the ISA server itself taking care of Natting and connected to the public interface of the router ethernet.

Do revert what kinda port mapping you require here in the router and what kinda addressing you have got over there at present ?

Also possible do post out a schematic diagram with the equipments and ips in place.

normal port translation works with this simple CLI..

ip nat inside source static tcp x.x.x.x 8000 p.p.p.p 80

where x.x.x.x is your internal ip and p.p.p.p is your public ip which you used to reach the outside world.

regds

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