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    hojendiz
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    I have the following configuration

    Internet < -->Modem (NAT)< -->(NAT ETH01) ZS (NAT ETH00)< --> FTP Server

    As you can see, there is a lot of NAT…

    My modem (provided by my ISP) is NATed (192.168.0.253)
    ETH01 192.168.0.100 I had to make it NATed so my users could reach the Internet
    ETH00 192.168.1.100 I had to make it NATed too, so my FTP server (192.168.1.70) could be reached from the internet…

    To reach my FTP server from outside I forward the port 21 in the Modem to the ZS box and the I use the “Virtual Server” configuration:
    ETH01 / ANY TCP 21 192.168.1.70:21

    The problem with this configuration is that every request in the FTP server is logged as my ZS box IP (192.168.1.100)… for security purposes this is bad.. I can’t even use the autoban in the FTP server.

    Do you have any ideas?, or a better way to reach my Server from outside.

    The restrictions are that I cant put my server in the subnet 192.168.0.X it has to be in 192.168.1.X

    Any ideas would be great.. Thank you!

    #52483

    Alderon
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    Simply disable NAT on eth0. You don`t need it to access FTP server from internet. This work do port forwarding. Don`t forget to configure default gateway on FTP server.

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