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Assigning a static IP for an internal SERVER.

HI,

Our internal network has a private address scheme.

We use nat from a pool of addresses when a workstation/server needs to go to the internet.

What configuration changes are required to have SERVER_A get the same IP address everytime it goes to the internet.

Thank You

Anthony

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Re: Assigning a static IP for an internal SERVER.

Hi,

with the static command you can assign an one-to-one NAT public IP address to an internal server. Everytime the server goes to the internet, the static nat public ip address is used. No other hosts will use that ip address.

If you want to use the same public IP address for more than one internal host, you can specify one ip address with the nat command instead of using a pool of address.

Kind Regards,

Tom

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