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I am using Zentyal OS as a proxy for my company network.

Now, I have a situation in which I need to map a private/internal IP address to a public address so that outsider may access internal network using the public IP.

Is there any idea to do so?

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I have no idea about Zentyal OS, but in standard router lingo this would be a DMZ zone where traffic from the outside hitting the router is redirected to a specific machine(s) inside the network. In other cases it can be accomplished using static-nat and port-forwarding rules.

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i had use port forwarding rul in Zentyal, but it seems unsuccessful. Only a single step will solve this problem?? –  NewBirth Jun 12 '11 at 3:00
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