suschoud Fri, 03/09/2007 - 06:50
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when a request come from internal workstations/servers to the inside interface of the firewall,it had to be natted so that it could go outside on internet.


i do not think that any packet going outside will have the source ip address of the router/switches until that request is initiated from the switch/router itself.


in normal scenerios,we nat the whole internal range ( which includes workstations/routers/switchs/servers )


in your setup,are the routers/switches generating traffic which would need to be natted ???


HTH.


Sushil


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