I am struggling pretty hard here trying to get my 1:1 NAT to work. I'm wondering if i'm missing something because the setup seems fairly straightforward and simple. What isn't working is I can't access the device on my private network that i have mapped to our buisness network IP. I CAN ping the device but when i go to a web browser and try to connect to it i get a connection refused message. I have all the ER605 firewall options turned off. The only thing i got this router for was just to do the 1:1 NAT, i didn't need anything else. Maybe i didn't get the right device to just be doing 1:1 NAT. Here is the setup:
Private Device IP - 192.168.1.203
PC IP - 10.130.24.203
1:1 NAT setup
Original IP: 192.168.1.203
Translated IP: 10.130.24.43
(This rule alone did not work at all, no ping response or anything, so i had to make a second rule below. Which after that i was able to get a ping response.)
Original IP: 10.130.24.43
Translated IP: 192.168.1.203
I have the buisness network cable plugged into the WAN port 1
I have the private network cable plugged into WAN/LAN port 2
Are there any settings in the device on the private network that i need to confirm or make sure of?
Any other router settings i need to do? I'm not clear on the DMZ setting that is said to be enabled...is there anything with that i need to do?
I am a bit out of my element here so i appologize. It seemed like such a straight forward thing to do but i was mistaken.
Thank you to all who have any input or suggestions, i appreciate you taking the time to read through this.