Where do you set up a Static host translation? let's say (for example) the public address is 18.104.22.168 and I need to map it to 192.168.1.150 where do I set this? I can then set the firewall rules to allow the specific inbound traffic? Please help!
I mean more like: ip nat inside source static 192.168.1.254 x.x.87.171 route-map IP_NAT_STATIC_ROUTEMAP_1 extendable
I have a couple of servers on the LAN and I need to make sure there are static maps for each of the servers. The port forwarding doesn't seem to have a place to put the public to the private address - I have a /29 available to me and I want to have some static mappings. I do not want to port forward the IP address of the firewall (RVS4000).
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