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  1. #1
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    Default How do you direct all traffic to a private IP?

    I have an untangle system with 64 public IP addresses on the wan side and a private class C on the internal side with NAT running.

    How can i map public IPs to Internal IPs(servers)?

    I tried port forwarding but I cant get that to work even with the firewall disabled.

    The wiki mentions using a DMZ or redirect feature but I cannot find that anywhere in the control panel.

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    first you add your aliases (sounds like you've done this)

    you can map inbound traffic using port forwards. IP 1.2.3.4 -> 192.168.1.10
    you can map/NAT outbound traffic using NAT policies. 192.168.1.10/32 -> 1.2.3.4

    port forwards are in config->networking->port forwards
    nat policies are configured under config->networknig->interfaces->internal

    if your port forward doesn't work please post a screenshot
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    I must have the port forwarding setup wrong. I assume destination address should be the Public IP that I want the webserver to appear at.

    I attached a screenshot of the current port forward rule.

    Thanks for the reply.

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    hmmm... interesting.

    I'd get rid of the source interface qualifier

    (are you testing from outside?)

    Also you could try adding "Destined Local"
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    Thanks for the suggestions but no luck. I am testing using a separate DSL connection.

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