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port forwarding

I'm using Cisco 1760 with a cable modem(one outside IP). I configured PAT, DHCP on the router. I'm wondering how can I configure the router to do a port forwarding. For example, my public IP is 67.10.10.10, when someone make a connection to port 3389 it will forward the connection to my computer (192.168.0.1).

Thank you,

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Re: port forwarding

Hi,

Try this Nat command

ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.0.1 3389 67.10.10.10 3389

Then apply this on interfaces:

WAN port:

ip nat outside

Ethernet port:

ip nat inside

HTH

Thanks

Raj

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