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Configure Netgear FVS318 ProSafe VPN Firewall to allow visibility of 6 cameras online

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  Good morning everyone,
        I have a netgear FVS318 Prosafe VPN Firewall on a public IP address and 6 IP based survailence cameras with web interfaces and public IP's for each. I have the Firewall online and running with remote management capabilities. I have setup rules in the firewall that allow my to remote into the servers on the network using port 3389 and they are working. The problem that i'm having is how to setup the rules so that each public IP is pointing to the cameras internal private IP. Any help would be greatly appreciated! If you need any more information i would be happy to provide it.
       
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I see there are three FVS318 routers available [v1, v2 and v3] which one do you have. As I understand Netgear calls 1-1 NAT as multi NAT and is only available in FVX538 or FVS338 router, here's what multi-NAT means
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Multi-NAT is the term used by NETGEAR to describe creating more than one public IP address for your network. This new feature is described in Using Multi-NAT with the FVX538 or FVS338 Firewall. Multi-NAT is used in the situation when your ISP provides you with a number of public IP addresses, and you want to use them to provide access from Internet to multiple internal servers. (Regular NAT translates one public IP address  on a single port to a private IP on a single port  if you have multiple private servers listening on the same port, one-to-one NAT won't accomodate all of them). Multi NAT assigns one of the public IPs to the WAN interface of the router; then Multi-NAT is used for the other public IPs, and with them NATed to multiple internal IP addresses.

It appears that multi-NAT is not available in FVS318; can you confirm this. If it is not available then what you wish would not be possible; otherwise we would be able to configure multi-NAT.

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Right on the money! Thank you!
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