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Static NAT. Simple question.

Question asked by Andrey Korobko on Nov 20, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 20, 2017 by Gaurav Pandya

There is a firewall 5400. On the firewall three interfaces:

1. LAN - 10.1.1.1

2. DMZ - 172.16.0.1

3. EXTERNAL- 85.1.1.100

 

It is necessary to publish the web server (on the local network) outside so that:

1. WEB server (LAN)<->DMZ - without NAT

2. External <-> WEB server (LAN) - via a specific ip address (85.1.1.105)

3. WEB server (LAN) <->External - via a specific ip address (85.1.1.105)

 

How to write a static NAT rule I understand, but how to make sure that traffic is not between Web server and DMZ?

 

 

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