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Proper setup of Wan Lan IP address

I have a public range of two sets of ip address 68.1.1.1 61.1.1.5 with default gateway of 68.1.1.6 and dns 68.1.1.7 and the other range is 68.1.2.1 68.1.2.5 with default gateway of 68.1.2.6 and dns 68.1.2.7..router has a wan interface and 8 switch ports

what i need is:

router wan address is 68.1.1.1

1- map 68.1.2.2 to 192.168.0.105 ( From the outside to inside)

2- map from the outside to inside 68.1.2.2 80 to 192.168.0.105 3308

what i have done is setup the wan ip address with 68.1.1.1 with the default gate way 68.1.1.6 .

i have created a static nat:

ip nat inside source static 192.168.0.105 68.1.2.2.

ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.0.105 3308 68.1.2.2 80.

ip nat inside source list 1 interface fast0 overload.

what is happening is that i can not for example telnet 68.1.2.2 80 which suppose to be translated to 192.168.0.105 3308.

what is going wrong?

thanks

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Re: Proper setup of Wan Lan IP address

Can 192.168.0.105 go out to the internet using 68.1.2.2 ?

Let's see a show ip nat trans output

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Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: Proper setup of Wan Lan IP address

Can 192.168.0.105 go out to the internet using 68.1.2.2 ?

Let's see a show ip nat trans output

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