Thing is, its a gateway behind a few webservers. So I can't direct port
80 on a specific host. But if I can bind multiple public IPs on the WAN
interface. That's what I need.
On Mon, 2004-03-15 at 14:07, Fred Weston wrote:
> Jean-Francois Theroux wrote:
> >Hi guys,
> > If i add public IPs in the Server NAT section. Does that mean all those
> >IP will be binded to the WAN interface?
> >Would it be possible afterward
> >to forward all traffic from one of those alias to a private IP behind?
> If you mean like a DMZ host is treated on a Linksys router, then you
> could theoretically add a rule that would allow everything from that
> alias to the internal host, but it would be a better idea to physically
> situate that box on a DMZ, or use more discretion with your firewall
> rules instead of using the blanket approach with "allow everything".