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NAT vs non-NAT for web server?
On Mon, 04 Aug 2003 18:00:00 GMT, Chris Newport
I'm a bit confused about NAT. Are using NAT and running a web server
mutually exclusive? ie will I need to configure the router as non-NAT,
have the web server as the only directly connected machine and then run
a proxy (or NAT) on the web server to serve my other machine(s) via a
second ethernet port? Or does the router sort all the translation out?
NAT is not an issue, but DHCP can be. Make sure your server has a
fixed local IP.
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