outbound port 80 redirect to specific destination address

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by brickwalls19, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. brickwalls19

    brickwalls19 Guest

    I have a cisco 2600 router with a connection to my internet and LAN. I
    would like to connect to my friend's server out the internet. His ISP
    does not allow incoming port 25. He has set the server to accept port
    2525 connections. I need help to clear the cobwebs with my cisco
    commands. I would like it so that if my destination address is my
    friend's server then change the tcp port to 2525.

    i know from a pix firewall, i can use static(inside, outside)
    <destination address> 2525 <destination address> 25 to change tcp
    ports. Is there an equivalent for an IOS router? I don't want all port
    25 traffic redirected, just if the destination is my friend's server.
    I'm sure there's an access list for matching involved here.

    Thanks for any feedback.
    brickwalls19, Feb 28, 2008
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  2. brickwalls19

    brickwalls19 Guest

    On Feb 28, 1:07 am, brickwalls19 <> wrote:
    > I have a cisco 2600 router with a connection to my internet and LAN. I
    > would like to connect to my friend's server out the internet. His ISP
    > does not allow incoming port 25. He has set the server to accept port
    > 2525 connections. I need help to clear the cobwebs with my cisco
    > commands. I would like it so that if my destination address is my
    > friend's server then change the tcp port to 2525.
    >
    > i know from a pix firewall, i can use static(inside, outside)
    > <destination address> 2525 <destination address> 25 to change tcp
    > ports. Is there an equivalent for an IOS router? I don't want all port
    > 25 traffic redirected, just if the destination is my friend's server.
    > I'm sure there's an access list for matching involved here.
    >
    > Thanks for any feedback.


    Subject header incorrect....i just noticed.
    brickwalls19, Feb 28, 2008
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