there is a sw3550 hosting a lan 10.1.1.0 which is connected with another sw3550 miles away with FO which is hosting a lan 10.2.2.0 which is connected with a router into a fasthernet interface...
Also there is routing on both 3550 enabled and all three devices are in a row.
That fast ethernet interface from the router has already a NAT for the 10.2.2.0 lan but i want to add the first lan too 10.1.1.0 .
Because those lans connected in a row is there any conflict when the get nated at the same nat inside interace...
Its not so clear to me if the packets comes from the 10.1.1.0 looks like the generated from the second lan or they recognized as ip source 10.2.2.0 .
thanks a lot
Can you explain what you mean by first network passes through second.
Where are the routed interfaces for the
IP packets always keep the same source IP unless your are natting but natting does not encapsulate the packet.
If you are tunneling you would be using encapsulation but it doesn't sound from your description as though that is what you are doing.