Here's the scenario:
Public workstation INSIDE the network (not on the Internet) 208.141.107.xx8.
Novell NW4.11 SP9 server, BM 3.5, w/Public 208.141.107.xx7 and Private
cards 10.1.0.1.
Accounting server w/only a private IP of 10.1.0.5
The Lan Static Routing Table (INETCFG / Protocols / TCPUP) has the Default
gateway for the 208.141.107.xx7 interface set to 208.141.107.254 (which is
at the ISP).
NAT is set to Dynamic and Static
SET NAT DYNAMIC MODE TO PASS THRU has been set to = ON

GOAL: I want the workstation to have a public IP but still be able to
connect to the Accounting server and only have one NIC in the workstation.
I do need Dynamic NAT too so that Private 10.1.0.x workstations can access
the Internet.

If I have NAT disabled, and have the workstation's default gateway set to
the Novell server's Public address 208.141.107.xx7, I am able to ping
10.1.0.5 and IPs out on the Internet. I'd love to leave it this way but
obviously no private workstations can directly surf the Internet.

Even though I have RIP enabled on the NW server's Public interface,
whenever NAT is enabled and the workstation's default gateway is set to
208.141.107.xx7, I cannot ping addresses out on the Internet that I know
should reply, I presume because I don't have static NAT configured correctly.

If the workstation's default gateway is the 208.141.107.254 (ISP)
everything on the Internet works, but I can't ping inside the network for
obvious reasons.

What Static NAT entry(ies) do I need (please use specific IPs based on
above info. if possible)?