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Allied Telesis Static Route Localhost

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#1 goliathmaroof


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Posted 13 November 2017 - 03:06 PM

I have the following setup:
Internet --->Router-->Switch-->workstations and Access Points
                                \->Windows Server 2016
Internet ip:
Router(Allied Telesis AR770S) has 2 Vlans : Guest=Vlan100= and Private=Vlan200=
Workstations are connected to internet through Vlan200
Access Points broadcast both Vlans
Windows Server has the IP of and it has a website hosted on it
I have forwarded port 80 and I can access the GUI of the router remotely.
What do I need to do so when I go to in a remote browser it redirects me to the hosted website?
Can you help me with the static routes?
Thank you,

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#2 toofarnorth


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Posted 13 November 2017 - 07:09 PM



Have a look at this document, especially the part about the double-nat solution.




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