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Old 5th February 2009
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Default Local BOX Port Foward Problem

Hi All;
I am now want to create a port called 250 map to local 25 and 1100 map to local 110, it is due to some ISP block 110/25 ports, I search many text but it always need to enable NAT to make the forward because these material always rediect to inside private IP, but for my case I only need map more one port to local BOX, so I wonder does here a way to do without NAT ?

Thx in advance.
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