One of my internal servers requires it to be available to the internet I am having a hard time allowing it to be NATed through my Ciscc 2801 router. It seems as though im missing something small. From what I can gather it seems as though its as issue with ACL, but im not sure. I have ran the following command: ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.5.1 ***WAN IP Address*** 8443 extendable Then I tried to add it to the ACL
via this command: access-list 150 permit tcp any host ***WAN IP Address*** eq 8443
Here is a copy of my config. Please advise. Thanks.
Can you pls advise what exactly you have configured? as what you have posted as the command doesn't match your configuration.
There is no ACL 150, and there is no ip range of 192.168.5.x.
I apologize, I placed the wrong ip address in the command it should read 172.19.3.133. All i want to to is NAT that public ip address to my private ip address.
Are you using a spare ip or it is the interface IP? Also are you trying to configure static NAT or static PAT?
I can see that you have 2 outside interfaces, what public IP are you trying to use?
If you are planning to use the fa0/1 interface IP itself then the configuration would be:
ip nat inside source static tcp 172.19.3.133 8443 interface fa0/1 8443 extendable
Assuming that you would like to port forward TCP/8443.
Then the ACL should be written:
ip access-list extended 102
2 permit tcp any host