NET Firewall supporting Outging NAT ???

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  • #5016

    gprochas
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    I wonder if the Net Firewall supports a simple one to many NAT.

    Assume Interface Eth1 is my Internetprovider (official IP Adress). Eth2 my private LAN (private IP Adress e.g. 10.0.0.1).
    I use “Port/Protokol Mapping” PAT to TCPRelay Traffic from Internet to my “private LAN”. Incoming TCP Session to Port 10022 translates to Session to PC in private LAN on Port 22. That works fine. Now i can SSH in on a non standard SSH Port. Now i want to be able to access the Internet from this PC i SSH ed in on my “private LAN”.

    Can i use “Port/Protocoll Mapping” to do NAT ????

    #6033

    Kon
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    Hi.

    Yes you can use Port/Protocol mapping also in your case.

    If you use P/PMapping in first case why you have a problem to use it second case?

    Regards,
    Andrew

    #6034

    Vadim Smirnov
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    I wonder if the Net Firewall supports a simple one to many NAT.

    One to many NAT is not implemented in the current version of NeT Firewall.

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