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NAT and IP forwarding

I have a Cisco 837 router and I just got it hooked up to the internet. I have been trying to configure NAT and IP forwarding so that the web server and FTP server we host on our private network are available to the public network.

I have tried by using SDM and going to the NAT configuration page and adding our public static IP (dialer0) to forward to our private IP address with port redirect of 80 to 80. After I put this information into the router, it still tried to access the http SDM express login for the router, not our comapny intranet login.

Please help with any information you can provide. Thanks!

Ryan Wasmund

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Re: NAT and IP forwarding

You can change the http port number on the router to some other port number so that http traffic will be directed to your servers on the Intranet.

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