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Static IP Mapping Cisco 1800 Series Router

Good morning:

Today I need to create static mappings for our new Cisco Router. We currently have about 80 Web Sites hosted on different servers. Each one comes in on a specific IP and then is routed to the specific server on port 80. Can any one give us a direct answer on how to accomplish this with the Cisco. we are assuming that we would use static port mapping, but I am not familiar with the Cisco products. We do spend alot of time in PIX configuration but we are new to the 1800.

KLS
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calvinetterCommented:
 If each site has their own IP, then do this:
router(config)# ip nat inside source static <internal IP> <public IP>    <- need a line for each IP
router# clear ip nat trans *             <- note the asterisk '*'.  Must be run to clear the NAT table.

  The above is the equivalent of running this on a PIX:
static (inside,outside) <public IP> <internal IP>
clear xlate

As long as each public IP is to be mapped to a separate physical internal server it'll work, since you can't map the same public IP to the same internal server IP.

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ksolidAuthor Commented:
Good that makes sense, and then add the policy in the ACL correct?
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calvinetterCommented:
Right, modify any existing ACLs as needed.

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