Does this configuration recommend as i have (with any) all the Internet space to allow access to RDP service.
If in the future it exists the necessity to add an additional private IP address for access via RDP, how it will possible to change my above configuration as i don't want to wast all my public IP Addresses.
"If in the future it exists the necessity to add an additional private IP address for access via RDP, how it will possible to change my above configuration as i don't want to wast all my public IP Addresses."
To address your question above, it is just like your ACL says allow port "3389" and likewise you could have an allow to different port, 80, 443, or whatever port allow and create a static-nat to a different IP (i.e. private IP) to different interested port on the same public addresss, so you are not wasting public address.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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