NAT versus NO NAT

We currently have several web servers behind a firewall in the DMZ (DMZ
port of the firewall). Each server has a public facing IP address. We
will be switching firewalls and I would like to get opinions if we
should implement NAT for the web servers or stay with the current
configuration?
Thanks for responding.
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interflex
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Depends upon what application is running in your servers, i.e. some protocols can not cope with NAT. I recommend running public IP in the DMZ, to avoid such implication, now aswell in the future.
No problem. Regards Martin
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Martin Bilgrav

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