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Route internal requests for external IP

Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:54 am
by prebusmaximus
Hi everyone!

Kinda new to the routers, like'em so far.

This surely is'nt a new question, but can't find any information via google or in this forum.

Is there any way to route traffic from inside the network around and force natting to servers inside internal network? Example; My domain somedomain.com has a server internally on the network for MySQL with the hostname mysql.somedomain.com, the host is DNS'ed to the external IP of the internal network (eg. 88.88.69.69 - Not my IP :-) ) and when requests are sent to the router the router dstnat's the request to internal IP of the server.

When someone from the inside of the network tries to request the same host it fails as traffic has no route for dstnat from the inside, or something.

Any good solutions?