Re: Wierd NAT Problem

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Aaron Woody, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. Aaron Woody

    Aaron Woody Guest

    Maybe it has something to do with the NATing happening on those
    devices. Does it maybe see the return from web server has a new
    connection? See if they can allow established or something on those
    boxes. This is a shot in the dark...

    Aaron

    "Kevin Modlin" <> wrote in message news:<awieb.37924$>...
    > Disclaimer: I am a newbie (big time).
    >
    > I have a Cisco 1700 configured to allow external access to an internal
    > webserver using a command like:
    >
    > ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.5 80 68.x.x.x 80 extendable
    >
    > This works like a champ as long as the person trying to access the site is
    > inside a Cisco router. Anyone behind a Linksys, DLink, or any other brand
    > gets a page cannot be displayed error. Where should I start to look?
     
    Aaron Woody, Oct 21, 2003
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  2. Aaron Woody

    winnieh Guest

    Aaron Woody wrote:

    > Maybe it has something to do with the NATing happening on those
    > devices. Does it maybe see the return from web server has a new
    > connection? See if they can allow established or something on those
    > boxes. This is a shot in the dark...
    >
    > Aaron
    >
    > "Kevin Modlin" <> wrote in message news:<awieb.37924$>...
    >
    >>Disclaimer: I am a newbie (big time).
    >>
    >>I have a Cisco 1700 configured to allow external access to an internal
    >>webserver using a command like:
    >>
    >>ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.5 80 68.x.x.x 80 extendable
    >>
    >>This works like a champ as long as the person trying to access the site is
    >>inside a Cisco router. Anyone behind a Linksys, DLink, or any other brand
    >>gets a page cannot be displayed error. Where should I start to look?

    Try adding no-alias at the end of the nat statement.
     
    winnieh, Nov 11, 2003
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