NAT - Map Public IP to Internal IP
We are on the verge to migrate one of our internal network from Cisco ASA to PFSense. I have a question which is very important for us to know before proceeding with the migration.
As per the subject title I need to map a public IP with one of our internal IP in the server farm. I have multiple IPs to map.
In Cisco you have to create a static rule.
Type-Static - Original Source-192.168.10.10 (Internal IP) - Translated Interface-WAN - Address-217.168.xxx.xxx (Public IP)
Firewall -> NAT -> 1:1
Interface -> WAN
External Subnet IP -> 217.168.xxx.xxx
Internal IP -> 192.168.10.10
Is this the proper way to configure External IP mapping to Internal IP.
Awaiting for you reply. Thanks
The guy show her how to do it correctly but they still selected NATing not 1:1 any way. I suggest 1:1
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