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Port forward with this design

This is a teaser! See this diagram: http://www.protechnet.com/images/PTP-Cisco.jpg

I need to allow a remote user to hit the Terminal server at Site B from the DSL connection at Site A. Is this just a NAT forward like:

ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.2.100 3389 64.24.37.25 3389

ip nat inside source static udp 192.168.2.100 3389 64.24.37.25 3389

The routers should then know how to get to 192.168.2.100 correct? Or is there much more involved.

Thanks for getting me started!

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Silver

Re: Port forward with this design

If routing is in place and access is granted, this should work fine.

Thanks.

New Member

Re: Port forward with this design

I'm not sure what routing is being done, probably RIP I would guess. I have not been to this location yet, thought I'd attempt to fix it before we outsource it.

RIP would probably the the option of choice if they do not have routing enabled. Hopeufully no static routes to mess with. Agreed?

Silver

Re: Port forward with this design

I meant to say sites A & B hosts should be able to go to the Internet and ports should not be blocked.

For IGP, RIP is fine, if you have a small network and not too many routes.

HTH

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