On 1/5/06, Claudio Castro <ccastro at unr dot edu dot ar> wrote:
> Simple question, can I have inbound NAT and 1:1 NAT at the same time ?,
> with different blocks of ip of course.
> For example, I define inbound NAT to access some servers on my LAN, that
> works great, but now I want to define a 1:1 NAT to access my DMZ's
> servers. Is that possible?
You most likely don't want to NAT between two local interfaces. NAT
is a kludge and can cause issues, so you want to avoid it as much as
possible. There are very few situations where NAT'ing between a LAN
and DMZ is better than routing.
I don't know if it would work or not (I'd say most likely it would
work), but I wouldn't do it regardless.