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Configuring One to One NAT with SonicWall

I have a SonicWall setup that i would like to have do some one to one NAT.  I have the WAN interface setup as NAT enabled with a public IP address.  I have the LAN setup with a private subnet (10.0.0.0) and I have 3 servers on this LAN subnet.  I enabled one to one NAT and setup a one to one NAT for each of the servers.  Now my problem is that none of the computers on my LAN can access the internet even though the WAN port as its own public IP address and is NAT enabled.  I assume that this is all becuase I have no many to one NAT to allow the clients to access the internet.

Any ideas on a solution to fix this problem?  I do not have enough public IP addresses for each client machine.

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doulos777
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arnoldCommented:
Please provide more information.  Your last statement could very well explain it.  Any particular reason you chose to do a one to one mapping?  Would it not be simpler to map the three public IPs to the referenced private ips of the servers and have everything else come out from the single WAN ip?
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doulos777Author Commented:
Well....

As much as I hate to say it, I started all over and now everything is working properly.

Sorry to be a trouble.

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Sheraz14Commented:
how did you fixed it ?
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exNavyNukeIT ManagerCommented:
Yep.  It would be nice to know what made it work now.  Did you do something different the 2nd time?
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