Our Internet line is configured as follows (IP addresses are simplified placeholders, but it's the same layout):
Subnet: 192.168.200.0/24 Default gateway: 192.168.200.1 Public interface IP: 192.168.200.2 SMTP: 192.168.200.2:25 (translates to 192.168.0.2) Email web interface: 192.168.200.2:80 (translates to 192.168.0.2) VPN device: 192.168.200.3:80 (translates to 192.168.0.3) My computer: 192.168.0.50
Notice that the main public IP is NATted to several services on a server on the back-end, and that different devices utilize the same port for different services.
My problem is this: I'm having trouble with NAT reflection (accessing a device on my LAN from its public interface). From what I understand, I need to translate my computer's IP to the public IP, so the router will properly un-NAT my packets and send them back to me. However, I've tried just about every combination of NAT rules I can think of and it still doesn't work for me. We did move to a new location recently, and one of the only things changed in our Sonicwall was the settings for our WAN interface. Are there any problems with the configuration above that are interfering with my attempt to configure NAT reflection?