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Old 12-20-2010, 05:55 PM
rjbaker rjbaker is offline
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Default SR2330 - pppoe WAN and reverse NAT

I am trying to setup a Dynamic pppoe connection and NAT smtp traffic to a server port.
smtp port ext 25, esmtp port inside 50025.
How do I complete this on a SR2330 with a dynamic interface.
I have configured this rule but the object WAN requires an host IP address.
"SR2330RB/configure/firewall corp# policy 11 in permit address any any WAN service smtp nat-ip 10.19.4.61 port-map 50025"
Can I config the object to be an interface?
Or should I be configuring this differently.
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Old 01-06-2011, 03:19 PM
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Default Reverse NAT on Dynamic PPPOE IP

Hi,
I don't believe the 2330 supports reverse NAT on a dynamic PPPOE connection.
You can open up a case with Avaya and we can test it out to see if it works and write a enhancement request if it doesn't.
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