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NAT on 2610 Router

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Sep 12th, 2002
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Hi anyone please help if I have the Router NAT issues as below;


What 's the difference between ; ip nat inside & ip nat outside.


If I have the my internal server ip 172.16.132.10 and need to be NATed to the Public IP 210.187.92.10, so under router(config)#, what command should I type ?


Please help out.



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daniel.bowen Thu, 09/12/2002 - 05:47
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Your inside interface is the interface that your users are connected to. Suppose you had all of your users attached to Ethernet0, and from the same router your Internet connection was found through Serial0. Then E0 would be your inside interface and S0 would be your outside interface.


If 172.16.132.10 is attached to E0, make E0 inside


Address 210.187.92.10 will be Nated on an interface, make that interface outside.


Hope this helps


Daniel,

wilchan Fri, 09/13/2002 - 01:51
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you need to type "ip nat inside source static 172.16.132.10 210.187.92.10"

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