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    Default Unable to nat local IP with my wan lan pool IP

    Hi,

    I have tried a lot for one to one nating but itís not proper completed.
    Even I have done the below suggestion but still result is same.
    Lets say your Internal server IP is 192.168.1.10 and the 1-to-1 NAT external address you want to configure for it is 66.1.2.3.

    Config/Networking
    Edit your external Interface. Click the add button and add the additional IP you want to 1-to-1 NAT with (66.1.2.3). Save.
    Edit your Internal Interface. Click the add button under "NAT Policies". Put in under Address and Netmask: 192.168.1.10/32, Source Address: 66.1.2.3. Click save.
    Click on the "Port Forwards" tab. Click Add. Add the ports you want accessible from the outside Internet. Save.
    Thats it.

    Kindly find the attachment and assist.

    Thanks,
    Rakesh

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    Default Unable to "One-to-One NAT" in Untangle

    Hi,

    I have tried a lot for one to one nating but itís not proper completed.
    Even I have done the below suggestion but still result is same.
    Lets say your Internal server IP is 192.168.1.10 and the 1-to-1 NAT external address you want to configure for it is 66.1.2.3.

    Config/Networking
    Edit your external Interface. Click the add button and add the additional IP you want to 1-to-1 NAT with (66.1.2.3). Save.
    Edit your Internal Interface. Click the add button under "NAT Policies". Put in under Address and Netmask: 192.168.1.10/32, Source Address: 66.1.2.3. Click save.
    Click on the "Port Forwards" tab. Click Add. Add the ports you want accessible from the outside Internet. Save.
    Thats it.

    Kindly find the attachment and assist.

    Attachment 4564

    Attachment 4565

    Attachment 4566

    Attachment 4567

    Thanks,
    Rakesh

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    Default unable to one to one nating

    Hi,

    I have tried a lot for one to one nating but itís not proper completed.
    Even I have done the below suggestion but still result is same.
    Lets say your Internal server IP is 192.168.1.10 and the 1-to-1 NAT external address you want to configure for it is 66.1.2.3.

    Config/Networking
    Edit your external Interface. Click the add button and add the additional IP you want to 1-to-1 NAT with (66.1.2.3). Save.
    Edit your Internal Interface. Click the add button under "NAT Policies". Put in under Address and Netmask: 192.168.1.10/32, Source Address: 66.1.2.3. Click save.
    Click on the "Port Forwards" tab. Click Add. Add the ports you want accessible from the outside Internet. Save.
    Thats it.

    Kindly assist.

    Attachment 4569

    Thanks,
    Rakesh

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    Default unable to one to one nating

    I have tried a lot for one to one nating but itís not proper completed.
    Even I have done the below suggestion but still result is same.
    Lets say your Internal server IP is 192.168.1.10 and the 1-to-1 NAT external address you want to configure for it is 66.1.2.3.

    Config/Networking
    Edit your external Interface. Click the add button and add the additional IP you want to 1-to-1 NAT with (66.1.2.3). Save.
    Edit your Internal Interface. Click the add button under "NAT Policies". Put in under Address and Netmask: 192.168.1.10/32, Source Address: 66.1.2.3. Click save.
    Click on the "Port Forwards" tab. Click Add. Add the ports you want accessible from the outside Internet. Save.
    Thats it.

    I have done all above

    Kindly assist.

    Thanks,
    Rakesh

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    Default unable to one to one nating

    i am unable to nat my local ip with public ip.

    please suggest.

    Even i have done all the given suggestion,

    Kindly find the attach.

    Attachment 4570

    Attachment 4571
    Last edited by Rakesh Kumar Rai; 03-19-2012 at 02:36 AM. Reason: add attachment

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    Hi and Welcome to the forum,

    What you have done is just a PortForward.
    If you go in under Interface and edit on the external interface you will find a NAT Policy box.
    Adjust it to fit your 1:1 NAT.

    Read more in the wiki
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/1:1_NAT

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    Hello,

    Thanks for your suggestion, I have done the given suggestion by you, but still the result is same. i am not able at access my web server from the outside

    please suggest..

    Regards,
    Rakesh.

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    Donīt use "any" for destination port delete destination port rule and it should work
    Last edited by fslomka; 03-19-2012 at 07:28 AM.

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    can you ping the public IP you want to NAT out of from outside the network?

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    I'd suggest baby steps here.

    1.) Check to make sure you can ping the second address you've added to your external interface.
    2.) If that works, see if you can connect from the outside to the inside.
    3.) If that works, set up the NAT policy on the inside interface and verify that www.whatismyip.com shows the new IP address.

    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/P...shooting_Guide
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