Combining two different ip ranges in a nat pool

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anandramapathy Thu, 05/31/2007 - 22:16
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Is the above ACL for internal network or for the NAT outside IP ?

Sorry for the confusion. I really wasnt clear in that first post.

Those are examples of the public ip addresses available to form the pool of public ip addresses to represent a large amount of private ip addresses.

Netmask is They are examples.

Currently I have a nat pool with the first range assigned and its working fine. But the second range isn't part of the first range's network (two class C). I tried creating a pool and in the sub interface using the address command to define the ranges, but the results were rather destructive, so I'm not sure whether its because it can't be done that way, or whether it can be done that way and there is something else wrong.

Thanks for your help,




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