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PAT with DHCP on Firewall

Simple question that I don't know the answer to;

Can I do PAT on the UC500 if it is only getting it's IP via DHCP from the ISP?

The client wants to pass traffic inside but they only have 1 DHCP address and I have only done this with statics.

Thanks in advance,

Bob James

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Re: PAT with DHCP on Firewall

Do you mean port forwarding? If so, you can still do this. I would recommend that you use DDNS, so when accessing your application from the outside you can just point it to a named destination, rather than an IP which wuld change.


If your mean NAT/PAT from the inside out, that should work too.


Marcos

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Re: PAT with DHCP on Firewall

Yes I mean port forwarding (inbound to DHCP IP) DDNS is a good choice I just wanted to make sure if I forward SSL, that the UC would not intercept it for itself (if that makes sense).

Cheers,

Bob

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