Netscreen 5GT Configuration
Date: 10 Jun 2004 07:25:40 -0700
Can any one of your router guru's tell me how to set up my router so
it nat's everything from the outside world (untrusted) on port 80 to a
ip adrs. in a trusted zone, like 192.168.1.x.?
Could please tell it in a way that I can understand it(30 years old
but thinks like a 3 year old). I have read all the manuals that I
could find, but it only made me more confused :-)
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