Am Freitag, 13. Januar 2006 13:24 schrieb Chris Bagnall:
> > enable in > NAT> outgoing "Enable advanced outbound NAT"
> > then you can edit NAT manually for your LAN.
> Sorry, not sure I follow. Could you explain what you mean please?
> Outbound connections are working correctly with the static route on one box
> - it's incoming connections that don't appear to be working.
> On which box would I define the advanced outbound NAT entries, and how
> should they read?
The question is what is doing NAT. Better you goole for it or try a good book.
NAT hides the network you want to route in. With NAT it cant. So you have to
disable NAT for that net.