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Need to forward port using Cisco Router

By muyjr ·
I am bit familiar with Cisco Router command, I need to forward port in my network so that we could test our application. We are using Cisco router

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Use Static NAT

by NetMan1958 In reply to Need to forward port usin ...

ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.69.53 55541 interface Ethernet1 55541

Replace 192.168.69.53 with the actual IP Address of the pc you want the traffic forwarded to. Replace Ethernet1 with the interface on the 1800 that is configured with "ip nat outside"

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How about using port 8080 of the cisco router and forwarding it to port 80

by muyjr In reply to Use Static NAT

I want to open port 8080 of the cisco 1800 Router but I want to link it to port 80 on the machine behind.

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Yes

by NetMan1958 In reply to How about using port 8080 ...

Here is a cisco document that explains it:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_tech_note0**86a0080094e77.shtml#topic8

Note that in their example they are forwarding port 80 on the router interface to port 8080 on the computer so it is opposite of what you want to do, so you need to use ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.69.53 80 interface Ethernet1 8080
Also, if you have any access-lists applied to your inside and/or outside interfaces, you need to add statements to allow that traffic.

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Thank you very much

by muyjr In reply to Yes

I appreciate your help, thank you very much, and link that you provided is a great help. Thanks again

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