NAT for remote access VPN clients

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Jul 6th, 2009


I have a simple remote access VPN setup on a 2811 router. The remote subnet of the clients connecting have access to the local LAN subnet, but I am wondering if it is possible to somehow NAT those remote access users, so that they can go beyond the local LAN, and through the VPN routers outside connection, giving them access to other resources.

The remote subnet would need to be added to the NAT overload pool that the local LAN is on somehow, but since no interface is created, I am unsure where I would need to put "ip nat inside" if it even needs to be done, or if I am just missing something.

I guess really what I want to do is tunnel all traffic, and have that remote client IP translate to the NAT pool on the router for internet access.


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