RE: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

2007-01-25 Thread paul hendry
You will need to add a srcnat rule for every dstnat rule you want to 
work.

Cheers,

P.
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-Original Message-
From: Don Annas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 25 January 2007 04:52
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

I have an office router/Mikrotik that has a wan IP that is set up as a
global nat to an inside private range.  Additionally, we have a /27 
routed
to the Mikrotik and are doing 1 to 1 nat translations using dstnat for
certain servers.  Our problem is that while traffic can get to these 
devices
using the alternate IP on the /27, when the devices send outbound 
traffic,
it appears to be coming from the wan IP that is utilized for the global 
NAT
pool instead of the IP that we are trying to translate it too.  Any 
ideas?
Thank you.

 

Don Annas

Triad Telecom, Inc.

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Re: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

2007-01-25 Thread Jeremy Davis

Don Annas wrote:

I have an office router/Mikrotik that has a wan IP that is set up as a
global nat to an inside private range.  Additionally, we have a /27 routed
to the Mikrotik and are doing 1 to 1 nat translations using dstnat for
certain servers.  Our problem is that while traffic can get to these devices
using the alternate IP on the /27, when the devices send outbound traffic,
it appears to be coming from the wan IP that is utilized for the global NAT
pool instead of the IP that we are trying to translate it too.  Any ideas?
  

You need a srcnat rule as well.

Jeremy
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RE: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

2007-01-25 Thread Don Annas
Thank you very much Paul.  

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Subject: RE: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

You will need to add a srcnat rule for every dstnat rule you want to 
work.

Cheers,

P.
Skyline Networks  Consultancy Ltd
www.skyline-networks.com


-Original Message-
From: Don Annas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 25 January 2007 04:52
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

I have an office router/Mikrotik that has a wan IP that is set up as a
global nat to an inside private range.  Additionally, we have a /27 
routed
to the Mikrotik and are doing 1 to 1 nat translations using dstnat for
certain servers.  Our problem is that while traffic can get to these 
devices
using the alternate IP on the /27, when the devices send outbound 
traffic,
it appears to be coming from the wan IP that is utilized for the global 
NAT
pool instead of the IP that we are trying to translate it too.  Any 
ideas?
Thank you.

 

Don Annas

Triad Telecom, Inc.

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Re: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

2007-01-25 Thread Scott Reed

And it probably needs to be above the global rule in the list.


paul hendry wrote:
You will need to add a srcnat rule for every dstnat rule you want to 
work.


Cheers,

P.
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-Original Message-
From: Don Annas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 25 January 2007 04:52

To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: [WISPA] Mikrotik 1 to 1 NAT question

I have an office router/Mikrotik that has a wan IP that is set up as a
global nat to an inside private range.  Additionally, we have a /27 
routed

to the Mikrotik and are doing 1 to 1 nat translations using dstnat for
certain servers.  Our problem is that while traffic can get to these 
devices
using the alternate IP on the /27, when the devices send outbound 
traffic,
it appears to be coming from the wan IP that is utilized for the global 
NAT
pool instead of the IP that we are trying to translate it too.  Any 
ideas?

Thank you.

 


Don Annas

Triad Telecom, Inc.

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