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    HI Everyone ,

    I am using my network gateway as windows 2003 server

    where it has two network cards one is public ip and local ip

    i have some of the free public ips ,i want to use it

    It is possible to use one to one nat in windows 2003 server ???


    Thanks & Regards
    Winxandlinx
    Last edited by winxandlinx; 17th October 2006, 09:21.

  • #2
    Re: One to one in Windows ?-

    How do you mean " one to one" NAT?
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    Csaba Papp
    MCSA+messaging, MCSE, CCNA
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    • #3
      Re: One to one in Windows ?-

      If one to one that means no NAT...

      NAT is using one public ip to represent a pool private ip...
      Just another MCP

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      • #4
        Re: One to one in Windows ?-

        i have already one public ip in the 2003 server as gateway

        i have three extra public ips, i want one ip for ftp server

        ftp server is Diffrent machine which is not in the gateway machine

        so we should make the setings that the request comes

        for the extra public ip the gateway has to forward the request to

        other host (where ftp is running ) This is one-to-one NAT as mention

        are also calles as static nat

        Thanks & Regards
        Winxandlinx

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        • #5
          Re: One to one in Windows ?-

          Are you using your 2003 server as a router??

          Why??

          Get a proper router and start to enable port forwarding via that for your FTP server.

          Are you using ISA server as a firewall??

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          • #6
            Re: One to one in Windows ?-

            ya one of friend comapny they are using 2003 as router

            Since its very small setup

            I know it can be done in router or ISA server

            As in normally in windows it cannot be done right ?

            Its ok

            Thanks for the information

            Thanks & Regards
            winxandlinx

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            • #7
              Re: One to one in Windows ?-

              Port forwarding can be done very well using Windows 2003

              1. Assign all public IPs to your Windows 2003 gateway's external interface (Internet)
              2. Open RRAS and go to the properties of the external interface (Screen1)
              3. In the address pool section, you have to provide the pool of your public IPs;
              4 Reserve one for your FTP server (Screen2)
              5 In Services and Ports configure FTP services to be available for the previously reserved IP (Screen3).

              All this set up is not complicated and the port forwarding should work fine
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              Csaba Papp
              MCSA+messaging, MCSE, CCNA
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              • #8
                Re: One to one in Windows ?-

                Thanks for your support.

                I should follow this and try to accolyte upon this matter.

                Thanks & Regards
                winxandlinx

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