Port Forwarding with two routers ?
I have two routers, one is connected with direct internet line, let say this is router A. another router (Router B) is connected with a line which comes form router A.
Now i want to remotely access a system which is connected with Router B. In which router i have to port forward Router A or Router B.
does it work if i port forward in router B
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Very first thing is that router works on IP layer and it can not be used as a port forwarder.
Still if your device is providing that facility than its more than just a router.
on router A, add one router that any traffic for c should goto router b and don't forget to MASQUERADE ur traffic.
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- Jason PLv 59 years ago
You shouldn't be double nat'd but you need the public side address pointing to the private on whichever router it is.
- Pall MallLv 69 years ago
this is a networking question not a security one , please post in the correct areaSource(s): google.com