Chris Buechler wrote:
> On 11/18/05, James W. McKeand <james at mckeand dot biz> wrote:
>> I don't think you would use Inbound NAT Rules to accomplish this. If
>> you wanted to use Inbound NAT Rules you would use Server NAT to list
>> these "additional" IPs. The down side would be that the packets
>> coming from these servers would have the same IP address (WAN
>> interface IP).
>> I think you will need to be working in the Firewall Rules area. I'm
>> not sure how the rules should be written (what interface, source,
>> destination, etc.), maybe someone else will pipe up with an answer...
> right on. put in firewall rules on the WAN allowing the traffic from
> source port any, destination port 80 (or whatever) to the private IP
> of the machine (NAT is applied first, so they're private IP's when
> they hit the firewall rules).
Then the rule would be the same as the rules created when the
"auto-create" is checked on Inbound NAT rules...
James W. McKeand