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ftp behind cisco 501

By rboucher ·
can you you have multiple global IPs to be redirected to inside the firewall for webserver, FTP server and email server

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Welcome....

by CaptBilly1Eye In reply to ftp behind cisco 501

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NO reason why it wouldn't work

by SYNner In reply to ftp behind cisco 501

Yes, you can redirect multiple global IPs to device(s) inside the firewall for different services. Said services can be on one device or multiple devices, however, having multiple global IPs redirected to only one inside device for multiple services is quite inefficient.

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