I have a RV325 that connects multiple internal machines to the internet. My external connection uses dyndns. I'm trying to map each machine to a specific port range using the NAT 1:1 table combined with port forwarding. The problem is what do I use for my external address in the NAT table?
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First of all, in order to answer your question I would like to know if you have multiple public ip addresses given to you by your ISP. I would also like to know what is the end goal, what exactly are you trying to accomplish? Why did you decide to use 1-1 NAT?
My isp doesn't give me a static ip, therefore the DynDNS. Once a connection is made I want to direct it to several servers, each with its own internal ip address that perform distinct tasks. The machines also pass through a cisco switch (sf100).
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