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Website hosting via ADSL

I have an ADSL connection that I use for my SOHO LAN of 4 machines. I NAT my LAN through my 827-v (c820-k9osv6y6-mz.122-15.T11)gateway to the gateway Dialer IP address.

I have obtained from my ISP 6 registered IP addresses that I wish to use to host my own web server, FTP, etc. on my internal boxes. I have been able to configure NAT for specific boxes on the inside going out via the assigned address on the outside. From the outside I can ping the registered address that is NAT'ed to my webserver, FTP, etc. However when I point my browser at the NAT address for the webserver it does not cdisplay my default web page.

I have attached my config, but need some help in getting this setup.

TIA

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Re: Website hosting via ADSL

You have some problem with the access-list , check out whether the access-list 111 permit port 80 , 21 and 25 , which you have require for translating .Please refer the following links

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk827/tk369/technologies_white_paper09186a00800949b8.shtml

Also try to use RFC 1918 IP addresses as inside IP address, because the address range 30.0.0.0 is address range allocated to some else.

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