Can any one help me to understand and solve one problem which involves public IP with NAT.
We have one WAN IP configured on our router and 5 public IP addresses given by ISP. Here the requirement is , we have Natted one private IP, 192.168.2.11 with one public IP , 125.16.3.x.
We have WAN ip configured on router : 122.10.11..x.
When our client checks his IP using http:\\whatismyip.com ,it is showing WAN IP which is configured on our router's serial interface. But our clients are able to access the servers using Public IP which is natted with LAN IP.
My question is: Why we are not able to see the same natted Public IP in both directions.? instead it is showing WAN IP to us inside the LAN.
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