1:1 NAT allows us to map a single external IP address to a single internal IP address, or we can map an external network to an internal network. We might have a scenario in which we acquired public IP addresses for different resources—for example, a web server. If the web server is a node on one of our private networks, then we must map the public address to the web server’s private address.
- Navigate to
- Click on the 1:1 tab.
- Click on one of the
Addbuttons to add a new rule.
- In the
External subnet IPtext field, enter the public IP address:
- Enter the private IP address in the
Internal IPtext field. Leave the drop-down menu set toSingle host.
- Enter a brief description in the
- When you are done making changes, click on the
- Click on the
By adding a 1:1 NAT entry, we can translate an external IP address (or...