I would really appreciate it if somebody could explain to me how to use the 5 public ip's that we received form our ISP. I would like to host a server that uses remote desktop and later on another one for ftp and other services.
Should i configure port 0/0 for the local lan 192.x.x.x and 0/1 for the 196.x.x.x.
Bue since you are hosting only one Server to public access NO need to use the entire pool of availaible public IP ranges.
You can do one - to - one NAT Translations for the requirement neverthless you can save the IP @ ranges provided by ISP for future use.
Also, please see if the Server is going to be accessed for only certain services means, identify the Port No # of the Service and open the port only for public access ====>This provides security to the Server Hosted.
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