Subnet Masking on Third Octed Only?

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Feb 16th, 2007

I want to NAT on the third octet only but do it dynamically. I want a bank of addresses inside (say 29.150.63.90-254) to NAT 'respectively' to 29.150.65.90-254. Can you skip subnet mask 0's to do this in the NAT statement(255.255.0.255) and if not, can this be done dynamically somehow.

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csmiler Sun, 02/18/2007 - 16:13

Found what I was looking for. I want the Type Match-host option of NAT to do what I was looking for. This will do it.

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