I have an IIS Server(10.0.0.10) in my network that has a test website. I have setup a nating translation in my main router to allow people from the Internet to browse the test website using my public ip address and my router is nat/forwarding the traffic successfully to my IIS Server. (please check attached topology)
If i browse my public ip using my local client in my network (PC2 10.0.0.101), the HTTP request will fail because it will end up requesting HTTP 80 from the router. How can redirect or nat the traffic to the IIS server locally?
Try nating the IP address of PC2 (10.0.0.101). This way PC2 goes up to the router and the router will forward it to the IIS server.
I am sure, you already have a static NAT for 10.0.0.10 address
you need the same thing for 10.0.0.101 address to a different public IP.
ip nat inside source static 10.0.0.101 68.x.x.14