I was wondering about something today, I have NAT setup on my router between two ethernet interfaces, outside is e0/0 and inside is e0/1, the internet is coming in on e0/0. now lets say that i block a bunch of ports with an acl applied to e0/0 inbound, for example port numbers 7777 and 7778, if pat translates internal streams to the external interface using either one of the ports blocked...what happens? it won't work? time out? do i have to configure a lower timeout level? etc. also what port range does PAT use? above 1023? thanks for your response!!
My name is sukrut and I am trying to use NAT SO that I no need to assign public IP to the my Server for access from remote location.
We are using cisco 3600 Series Router at our central location I have tried to configure NAT on my central router but it not working as some application ports(Range from 1600 -> 3000) which we are not able to access from remote location after configuration of NAT.
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