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Urgent Questions

Dear All,

i have the following question regarding the NAT Configuration.

if i have the following IP Address:-

1- Local IP ( 10.1.8.1 / 24 ) .

2- REAL IP ( 64.202.165.92 / 248 ).

Every One Knows we have in NAT Terminology the following Terms :-

1- Inside Local Address, which is Private Network or which is MY LAN IP Address which is 10.1.8.1 .

2- Inside Global Address, which is the legitimate IP Address assigned by the NIC Or the ISP Provider, which is the Real IP Address.

now, the 2 terms which i mention is used only in STATIC ,Dynamic , Overloading NAT.

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Now, My question is :-

1- if i have this real IP Address assigned by my ISP, 64.202.88.20 , and i have an Internal WEB SERVER inside My Company and the WEB SITE is on it.

i want to make NAT to let all the People from out side access this Server through NAT it self by http. how can i wrote the IP NAT COMMAND ?

which one is the OUTSIDE LOCAL ADDRESS & which one is the OUTSIDE GLOBAL ADDRESS ?

Please Reply .

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Re: Urgent Questions

The command is as follows:

ip nat inside source static tcp 10.1.8.1 80 64.202.88.20 80 extendable

This is a global command.

Regards,

Leo

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