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Multiple interfaces with nat outside/inside

Hi,

I want to receive connections to my web server through several interfaces on my router:

HostA--(Frame-relay)-->

router----->webserver

HostB-(TCP/IPoverX.25)->

How can I configure NAT in this case to have an unique ficticious server address for all the hosts.

Thanks

David

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Re: Multiple interfaces with nat outside/inside

If the server is attached to the router through a single interface, you can configure the router interface connected to the server as NAT inside interface and interface connecting to hosts as outside interfaces. You can configure static NAT translation for server mapping the real address to the fictious address. NAT will take care of translating the address for connections from different hosts.

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