i am really new to network as i dont major in it. but i have been assigned this task and i cant get much of a reference form my colleagues as they also didnt handle this previously.
let me describe my situation, i have a server which i have set a static internal ip and forward the necessary ports. so if i am outside, i am able to access it from outside using the public ip and when im using it locally, i used the internal ip of the server to access it.
now there's a situation that came up which requires me to set so that using one ip and able to connect to the server even though im outside or inside the network.
that means, users internally and public use the same ip to access.
could someone shed some light on how do i get to make the static ip provided by my isp to be able to use it locally and public?
the reason for this being is because, im setting it up for oracle use and there are tables which holds the ip to open certain things. so to make it short,if i put the public ip and i access it internally i wont get it working but outside people can.
if i set it to internal, internal people would have no prob but major prob for public which is the clients.
so can someone guide me in the right direction and give me some possible guides if any please?