Windows Server 2016 – NAT Configuration

Open Routing and Remote Access control. Expand the server, then the IPv4 and click on NAT.

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Right-click a NIC and click Properties

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There are 3 tabs, NAT, Address Pool and Services and Ports.

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NAT

Here you can make a NIC private or public to the internet. You can also enable NAT to this interface.

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Address Pool

Here you can assign a range of public IPv4 addresses. Reservations assigns specific IPv4 addresses to be used by a specific client.

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Services and Ports

Here you can enable or disable services that the NAT server will publish to the World/Internet.

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All the above properties are for the interfaces. If you want to configure NAT then right-click NAT and click Properties

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It has 4 tabs and you can easily understand what you can do

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