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One to One NAT Dilema - RV016

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by backroger, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. backroger

    backroger LI Guru Member

    I need help about this....

    Our ISP has given us 5 IP Address.

    203.x.x.1
    203.x.x.2
    203.x.x.3
    203.x.x.4
    203.x.x.5

    The 203.x.x.1 is locked (host.resolve) for our Web Server 192.168.1.201. I have imputed a Static IP Address in the following order:

    WAN1 = 203.x.x.2
    WAN2 = 203.x.x.3
    WAN3 = 203.x.x.4
    WAN4 = 203.x.x.5
    WAN5 = 203.x.x.1

    I went to disable DHCP and done a portforward HTTP 80 for our webserver 192.168.1.201. Now, I went to One to One NAT and add the following:

    192.168.1.201~201 => 203.x.x.1~1

    Ok..i think its working fine but im puzzled on what the manual said/written....

    "Public Range Begin Enter the starting IP address of the public IP address range. This IP address is provided by the ISP. (Do not include the Router’s WAN IP Address.)"

    The bold highlighted message means that.....should I take out or delete WAN5 to my setup and retain WAN1-WAN4? :confused:

    Another question is that looking at the log summary of WAN5 its seems that its taking the load balancing my bandwidth. It should be only WAN1-WAN4 while WAN5 is dedicated to the webserver. I think One to One NAT is not working. :frown:

    Thank you in advance for any input.
     

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