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Public Host Address

I am trying to set up a public host address to point

to a private IP address that I have for our exchange server so it can advertise on the Internet

for our e-mail to come in directly to us.

We have NAT running and I am not sure how to set this up would it require a new interface or add it

to a existingone and what would the syntax be?

Thanks for any help

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New Member

Re: Public Host Address

Just define a static translation. Syntax is like

"ip nat inside source static tcp PRIVATE-IP 25 PUBLIC-IP 25"

New Member

Re: Public Host Address

Hi, we can do this with extising interface itself, can I know the router model and configuration so I can help u more. Find the syntax

ip nat inside source static

[Exchange server Ip] XXXX

[Public IP] XXXX [On global configuration]

ip nat inside [On the LAN Interface]

ip nat outside [On the WAN Interface]

Hope this will help... mail me if u require more help.

Regards

Jayavel.

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