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Will the Dynamic NAT entry for the public IP address to a private network clash if I have already created a static entry for the same public IP address which is translated to an internal host

Will the Dynamic NAT entry for the public IP address to a private network clash if I have already created a static entry for the same public IP address which is translated to an internal host.

This would happen where the client may have a server in their network running OWA that the want to access from outside.
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btec_bob
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btec_bobAuthor Commented:
It looks like I cannot do it as the IP is already assigned to a global pool and I cannot use the same pool ID on two nat statements?
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vanbarsounCommented:
Yes, that sounds about right, but possibly if your firewall/router device is capable of port-forwarding, then you can conifgure port 443 (SSL) to get redirected to the internal OWA server. Are you running into this because you have only one public IP to use?
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