carock

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NAT mode? really?

NATSupport < AllDocumentation < TWiki

Doing a fresh install it is not practical to have a live Internet IP on the machine before the software has installed everything and you can secure it.

Why do you assume enable NAT mode because the public IP is not live during install?

Now I have my setup configured, but adding an IP shows a warning "NAT mode enabled".

A quick search for help doesn't explain how to undo that.

Thanks,
Chuck
 

carock

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disregard "Note: The /var/cpanel/cpnat file acts as a flag file for NAT mode. If the installer mistakenly detects a NAT-configured network, you can delete the /var/cpanel/cpnat file to disable NAT mode."
 
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disregard "Note: The /var/cpanel/cpnat file acts as a flag file for NAT mode. If the installer mistakenly detects a NAT-configured network, you can delete the /var/cpanel/cpnat file to disable NAT mode."
Hello :)

I am happy to hear you were able to determine the solution. Thank you for updating the thread with the outcome.