On 5/11/06, Jason [WeatherServer] <Jason at weatherserver dot net> wrote:
> I'm likely about to answer myself but i'm going to ask anyways,
> My ISP just gave me a /29 routed subnet Now i've been able to setup my
> going connections on 1 computer to use one of the IP's using advanced
> outbound NAT. It is that easy to route all incoming port connections from
> one of those IP's to a computer on the network.
If you're fine with using NAT, remove your outbound NAT entries and
use 1:1 NAT. It's meant for precisely what you're describing
(translating one public IP to one private IP, in both directions)
unless I'm misunderstanding what you're after.