An administrator wants to configure a router so that users on the outside network can only establish HTTP connections to the internal web site. Which feature would the administrator configure to accomplish this?
- static NAT
- NAT overload
- port forwarding
Answers Explanation & Hints:
Port forwarding allows connections to one port on the external interface to be redirected to a specific device and a specific port on the inside interface. In this way specific inside services can be accessible from the outside network without permitting all traffic to the inside device.