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Juniper SSG-140  question regarding MIP's and VIP's

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If i create a MIP for a IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx would i stll be able to redirect 2 ports (80 and 443) to another internal IP?
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Short answer no.

When you create MIP,  you map one internal IP to one external IP; so you cannot use this external IP for any other internal host.

If you wish you can implement VIP instead of MIP; VIP is based on IP/port/protocol mapping; so you can map different port/protocol combination to different internal machines.

Please let know if you need more details.

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i was able to do MIP and VIP togheter, i had to do a MIP because i need to map more than 64 ports (wich is a ssg140 limitation).

So a MIPed external IP 200.200.xxx.xx to 192.168.1.43 and then i created a VIP port 80 on IP 200.200.xxx.xxx to internal ip 192.168.1.45
It is working fine so far.
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Thank you for the update.
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