Reflection without router-ip?



  • Hi, we're running a network with one WAN interface and one LAN interface.
    We have a linux box running multiple port-forwarded services on 192.168.1.3, and multiple other (client boxes, some with services too)..
    For clients to be able to use the services on *.1.3 (using wan ip) , we use NAT reflection. The problem is the proxy-like-behavior this leads to. In example.. If a irc-client on *.1.5 tries to connect to the ircd on *.1.3 using wan ip, the ip seen by the ircd is *.1.1 (router ip).

    Is there a way to make it see the local ip?



  • Use a split DNS setup.


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