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what would be the best set up for NAT on these servers


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#1 Aryan3119

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 08:49 PM

I was wondering if someone could help me with this. Here is a scenario:

 

You have received and e-mail from a user in your company. He has set up a network at his house and everything, at least in his mind, has been working well. He is now moving to another house and wants to move his servers. His question is this:

"When I move to a new location soon, they will only give me five IP addresses for the short term. I was wondering what would be the best set up for NAT on these servers. I will have a total of seven servers at my house. The IP addresses need to be split as two for DNS servers and then the other three I want to use for clients needing SSL."
 
"How do I set this up?"


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#2 Wand3r3r

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Posted 20 May 2016 - 09:44 AM

This looks like a homework question.  You will need to puzzle this out yourself.

 

On the other hand I can tell you no company IT dept is authorized to support noncompany networks.  Most have policies stating this.

Home dns servers don't need public ip since they are not authorized to be part of public dns. 

This is where forwarding in the dns server comes in.

 

Have fun learning.






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