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Forwarding all Incoming Traffic to a server behind Cisco 800

Posted on 2011-05-10
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hello experts,

We have a Windows server behind a Cisco 877 router. Cisco 877 is performing NAT.

How to forward all incoming traffic to the server IP ( ? This is equivelant to DMZ setting in SOHO Linksys routers.
Question by:Muhajreen
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vikrantambhore earned 2000 total points
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well, thats pretty much a static default route, that will work for all traffic that's going out of your network.
ip nat inside source static x.x.x.x interface Dialer0
will enable your firewall to "hear" all like if your dsl is connected right on its wan port. That way you can enable port fowarding on your firewall only, instead of doing it on both the router and the firewall, b/c of the double nat.

hope it helps.

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