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Hi All,

  I have installed a linux pfsense with only two interface ( LAN/WAN) , my question is regarding the NAT, I want to create a NAT from One Internal IP to one External IP, but always that rules uses the external IP of the pfsense, how can I set the NAT to use other external IP, I have created a virtual IP but still its not working, can someone advise.

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I do not know much about pfsense but what you are looking for is 1:1 NAT which should be available.

Here is a link to some documentation of pfsenses cousin monowal about the subject:
http://doc.m0n0.ch/handbook/nat-1to1.html
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