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NAT settings for two servers under local network
 
Hi everyone,
I have two computers in the LAN and i want to access to them from outside the LAN.
I configure rules for port mapping:
TCP any port - > 4899 local_ip_1
TCP any port -> 4898 local ip_2

When i add the second rule my gateway says there is conflict.
How could i configure the port mapping?
 
Setting your external port to "TCP any port" really means you're mapping EVERY port to that internal port. Can't really do that twice, hence the conflict. You need to map each internal port to a single external port. For example:

TCP 4899 -> 4899 local_ip_1
TCP 4898 -> 4898 local_ip_2

Also, your internal ports don't have to be unique as long as they're pointing to different hosts. So your second line could be "TCP 4898 -> 4899 local_ip_2" with no conflict.

Hope this helps!
:-)
 
Thanks for reply. I have configured using the following:

TCP 4899 -> 4899 local_ip_1
TCP 4898 -> 4898 local_ip_2

Now there is no conflict. But only one computer can be accessed. Computer local_ip_2.
local_ip_1 is not unavailable. I do use the 4899 port for connection.
 
Sorry. Everything is fine now. That was my mistake.
Thanks a lot for help.
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