please I want to put a WEB server online so it can be accessed on the internet. I have assigned a global IP address to the server, my question is what other config do I need to do. Do I need NAT on the router or PC.
if your router has a third interface that you can use as a DMZ with public ip addresses you don't need NAT and you need a L2 path between the server and this interface but they need to be in the same public subnet.
If you have only a public interface and a private interface and you are using NAT you should:
configure the server with a private ip address
create a static NAT rule mapping that associates the private ip address to the specific public address that has to be used to access it from internet
ip nat source inside static private-address public-address
the public-address has to be excluded from the NAT pool (if you use a NAT pool)
if ur webserver within ur network is directly assigned a global ip on its nic interface, you can directly access it from outside using the desired port setin windows IIS or the OS.
If you have assigned a local ip to the webserver inside ur network..u will need to do NAT on the router so that any request coming from outside for this webserver via global ip knows that it has to actually go to the local ip once request hits the router.
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