Thanks in advance for your thoughts on how I tackle this issue.
I have 2 vlans with an 877 providing the routing and a DSL for Internet access. I have a device on Vlan 2 which I can ping from Vlan 1 so routing is working and devices are setup correctly. For Nat purposes Vlan 1 and 2 are set to inside and the Dialer for the DSL is the outside.
My issue is that the device I'm trying to query has a web interface that is locally accessible on the same Vlan (Vlan 2) but I'm unable to access it from the other Vlan (Vlan 1). I suspect it is something to do with the device and how the interface is written as ping/telnet work fine from Vlan 1. I was proposing to setup a NAT statement to provide a local Vlan 1 address to latch onto that will do the translation so that I can get to the web interface. When I debug the NAT statements the NAT seems to want to always latch onto the Outside (Dialer). Can anyone provide some gems of wisdom on how I may overcome the problem? or an alternative approach other than NAT?
PS: Vlans need to be maintained as the device on Vlan 2 broadcasts like crazy.