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Outgoing Internal IP to External IP Mapping

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How can I map or NAT an internal IP to an external ip on my Cisco 1720 router? I have a server that when it NATs out of our network, it needs to show a different IP than other PCs going out. It shit possible?

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Tareef
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Yes it is possible.  Here's how...

ip nat inside source static <internal_server_IP_address> <public_server_IP_address>

This will NAT the internal IP address of the server into the public IP address you specify...
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Hello Batry_Boy,

Ok, I was using ip nat outside.

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Tareef
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