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  1. Junior Member Registered Member
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    Default **** answer required immediately for nat********

    Scenario:


    I have one router and two laptops A and B. I would require to configure NAT with this setup according to the below given scenarios.


    1. One server i.e,Server A should be behind the NAT and B should be outside a NAT.
    2. Server A should be outside a NAT and Server B should be behind a NAT.
    3. Server A should be behind NAT1 and Server B should be behind NAT2 (two different NATs)
    4. Server A and B should be both outside NAT
    5. Server A and B should be both behind NAT.


    My question would be, can i configure this in the router? If so could you please explain how it can done?
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    Welcome to for forums!

    Seems like your looking for someone to do your homework for you. Good Luck with that.

    In future posts I would probably start off with a friendly title and some example of what you have done and which part has you stuck on. A lot of members will take some of their own time and work with you to find answers together.

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    Hi, I'm Cain. Nice to meet you, and welcome to the forums!
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    #4
    Not only is your title horrible, your little scenario is too- what kind of router are you using? (not that I imagine anyone here including me wants to help you in the first place).

    Also, I giggled at "NAT1" and "NAT2".
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    Hi @shabna!
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