12-03-2014 12:29 PM
I believe I know the answer after looking around.
We have NATs that work fine when it is 1to1.
But what about 1 External IP that represents many Internal Hosts? We have multiple websites that when you do a lookup in DNS, they all point to a singular public facing IP. That public facing IP is represented by our ISA.
mysite.org - xxx.xxx.67.18 > 192.168.1.20
mysite1.org - xxx.xxx.67.18 > 192.168.1.21
mysite2.org - xxx.xxx.67.18 > 192.168.1.22
Could this be done by changing addresses (Objects > Addresses) to use FQDN instead of IP?
So the thought there would be:
2 New Objects
Name: mysite.org (outside) - FQDN: mysite.org
Name: mysite.org (inside) - IP Address: 188.8.131.52
Src Addr: Any
Src Addr: mysite.org (outside)
Dst Addr Translation: mysite.org (inside)
Dst: mysite.org (outside)
12-04-2014 08:49 AM
12-11-2014 07:14 AM
I agree with Hulk.
The only way you can do a "1 to many" NAT is via PAT. You must set up separate ports for each connection.
12-11-2014 11:40 AM
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