Help Please - Port Forwarding on a Cisco 2500 Series Router -

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Dear Group,

I request assistance please.

I've been trying to get port forwarding working on my 2500 series
router for some time now without much success.  Without it I can't get
my website or anything else of that nature to work of course.  I've
got NAT going okay but when ever I try to incorporate port forwarding
I seem to render my router useless.

Following is the NAT portion of my config:
  
     ip nat inside source list 1 interface Ethernet0 overload
     ip classless
     ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 64.81.139.1
     ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 64.81.226.1

Following is one of the commands that I've been trying to get port
forwarding to work:

     ip nat inside source static tcp <outside address> <port>
     <inside address> <port> extendable

I can upload my entire  router config if someone would be generous
enough to assist.

Their must be something I'm missing or a conflict in commands.  Do I
need to have access lists configured?  

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Help Please - Port Forwarding on a Cisco 2500 Series Router -


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Hi there!

Your static NAT statement should be as follows

ip nat inside source static tcp <inside address> <port>
<outside address> <port> extendable

The other way round to what you have.

Rob


Re: Help Please - Port Forwarding on a Cisco 2500 Series Router -


roboravec,

I'm forever in your debt.  Thanks so much.

newguy




On 9 Mar 2005 05:59:05 -0800, roboravec@hotmail.com (Rob) wrote:
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