Allowing Internet to Visit a Private Server Using DNAT
Destination network address translation (DNAT) is normally used to allow Internet users visit an internal server by providing Internet IP address for internal server.
As shown in the topology, the FTP server hides its internal IP address using DNAT rule. DNAT rule will give the server an Internet IP address for FTP users to access. In this way, the server can be accessed from Internet.
|Step 4: Configuring default route|
Select Network > Routing > Destination Route, and click New.
|Step 5: Results|
After configuration, use a PC in Internet to ping the server's public address 188.8.131.52.