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Port forwarding on a 1605R

I have a DSL modem/router connected to a Cisco router, connected to a switch. I want to share my internal ftp server to the internet. FTP server is running on port 1111.

ADSL/Router : 192.168.1.1

Cisco Eth0 : 192.168.1.2

Cisco Eth1 : 192.168.10.1

Server : 192.168.10.100

Could someone please explain in simple steps what i have to do to set this up?

Thanks HEAPS!

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Re: Port forwarding on a 1605R

Is your DSL router doing the NAT for all packets going out of the network ? What router is it ? Is it Cisco ? You need to enable a static mapping for your ftp server on the DSL router.

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Re: Port forwarding on a 1605R

My ADSL modem/router at the moment is doing NAT. Its a dynalink RTA100. My ADSL modem/router can not forward to diff. subnets, so that is why i want to use a my cisco router.

I'm guess i have a port forward the ADSL modem to the cisco router, then from the cisco router to my ftp server.

So forward port 1111 (ftp port) from them ADSL modem/router (192.168.1.1) to my cisco router (192.168.1.2 = eth0), then the cisco router needs to forward to 192.168.10.1 = eth1, then from eth1 to my ftp server (192.168.10.100).

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Re: Port forwarding on a 1605R

would it be easier if i setup my adsl modem router in bridged mode?

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