I have the following network topology as on the picture.
I would like to have port forwarding from the direct internet connection to the server and that the client can reach the server (adds a new route or something like that).
I have problems to configure that scenario. If the router is working in gateway mode, I dont have access from the client to the server (tried one-to-one nat, port forwarding, static routes but nothing worked. Should this be possible by configuration?).
If the router is working in router mode, I can reach the server, but all computers in the 10.0.0.0/24 subnet do not have internet anymore. Is there a way to use router mode and keep the load balancing so that the computers from 10.0.0.0/24 still can reach the internet over the router (use the routers load balancing...)
Thanks for help or any clues how to realize my setting!
Btw.: Some computers in the 10.0.0.0/24 subnet should be accessible through port forwarding from the direct internet connection.
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