Can anyone tell me how this works, Say i have 5 servers at home, web, e-mail, ftp etc, and my isp points all these domain names etc to my assigned ip address. if traffic is say lookng for my web server from outside, how does my router know how to get to my webserver if all the servers are really assigned the same address from the outside ?
Let me put it in this way that you need to have static Port translations between the local ip and the global public ip for the servers so that they same can be reached from outside world using that public ip.
And if u want to use the single pubilc ip to be used for your Local LAN wkstations to go out and access the internet world you need to have overloading configured which basically uses PORT nos to keep the track on the transactions/requests from the local LAN wkstation ips.
It will have the database built based on the ports of the inside private ip and the outside global public ip to keep the track.the main reason out here is you got to have only one public ip to access the internet world..
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