Hi, we've got a Cisco 678 serving our DSL connection, and a block of public IP's from the ISP. I'd like to be able to route certain public IP's to certain private IP's, irregardless of port number. Can the 678 do this?
For example, all traffic to:
public IP 184.108.40.206 -> private 192.168.1.10 AND
public IP 220.127.116.11 -> private 192.168.1.13.
The documentation shows routing public IP/port # to private IP/port #, but (1) doesn't exactly say if I can do this for multiple IP's, and (2) doesn't say if I can do it for all ports not just a given port #.
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