Port Forwarding

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firefly165
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Port Forwarding

Hi,

 

I have a question about port forwarding.

 

I need to have multiple ports forwarded to 2 different IP addresses within the network.

 

tcp/1935

tcp/3478

tcp/3480

udp/3074

udp/3478

udp/3479

 

These ports need to be forwarded to both 10.0.0.52 and 10.0.0.92.

 

It is no problem to set these ports up for either one of these addresses, But when i want to add the same port numbers to the second ip address i get an error stating i cant enter the same port number twice.

 

How can i make it possible to allow access to both these addresses.

 

Thanks in advance

 

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AnythingHosted
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Hello, 

 

This is not going to be possible, assuming you have only 1 external IP address. How will the router know to forward to .52 and not .92 and vice versa. 

 

If you have two external IP addresses, one could forward to .52 and the other to .92. 

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LasseBang
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Hi.

 

When doing port forward you can only forward to 1 internal ip... On any given port..

If you want to do this you need more public ip and then use 1:1 NAT

AnythingHosted
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Hello, 

 

This is not going to be possible, assuming you have only 1 external IP address. How will the router know to forward to .52 and not .92 and vice versa. 

 

If you have two external IP addresses, one could forward to .52 and the other to .92. 

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mikefour
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good questions

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