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Configuring NAT on a Stick

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Sep 6th, 2002
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I have a router 3640. There are two E1 boards connected in this equpament, therefore I have several wans. There are multiple NATs configured on this equipament already, so the ethernet port is the outside interface and I cannot change this configuration.


I have a RAS and its default gateway is the 3640 ethernet port, stations that are connected to RAS and need to access Internet must be use one of three different IP addresses ( 200.244.74.52, 200.244.74.53 or 200.244.74.54 ) as your proxy server. I need to configure one NAT that can be able to translate these destinations addresses to 10.6.1.15.


The inside and outside interfaces are the ethernet interface, I hve used NAT on a Stick, It solved my problem in part, so far the best I could do was NAT from one to one.


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wdrootz Tue, 09/17/2002 - 05:45
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Looks like you have Nat on a Stick configured properly since you are able to hit one of the static translations. This is more of a network design issue the way you describe your scenario. One other possibility would be to multihome the server and set up secondary network on the interface for the 200.244.74.52-54 addresses

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