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Residential NAT 10 years 1 month ago #17589

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I was wondering, I have a Linksys wireless G and i was wanting to know if there was a way to set up a NAT on these smaller routers.... more for a personal server type of deal.
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Re: Residential NAT 10 years 1 month ago #17590

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Welcome to firewall.cx, wannafly172.
The Linksys wireless G will certainly do what you want.

1. Logon to the Web Administration Interface
2. Go to the "Applications and Gaming" Tab and select the "Port Range Forward" option.
3. Enter in the IP, port, etc. details as required for your personal server.
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Re: Residential NAT 10 years 1 month ago #17592

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Ok. My question is. With forwarding the ports..... I need to assign the hosting Ip to it because its currently recieving a private sector ip
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Re: Residential NAT 10 years 1 month ago #17593

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Im not talking about a "in network" server. I need to know how to configure the router to allow me to assign a hosting ip so i can access my server from the WAN enviroment.
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Re: Residential NAT 9 years 8 months ago #20249

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I would appreciate if any one can explain me the purpose of NAT and its features over a network. A clear explanation with example will be greatly appreciated. Whether NAT can be done in any type of networks.
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Re: Residential NAT 9 years 8 months ago #20254

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hey its explained very clearly in this site itself... i hope u will not have any doubt after reading that...
www.firewall.cx/nat-intro.php
read from the link given...
I would appreciate if any one can explain me the purpose of NAT and its features over a network. A clear explanation with example will be greatly appreciated. Whether NAT can be done in any type of networks.
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