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NAT to an address acquired from DHCP

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May 19th, 2003
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Customer has two ISP connections to his home. The 1st is a Cable Modem attached tro a 1710... the PC gets it's IP address via DHCP. Customer wants to connect his DsL connection to a new 831. The DsL provider is providing a static IP address. Customer wants the primary router ( undecided at this point) to dynamically switch over to the secondary router should one of his links go down.


In addition to HSRP, obviously NAT would have to be enabled

between the private network and each ISP.I can't think of a way to NAT to an address acquired from DHCP. Am I missing something?


Thanks,

Dave


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mark-obrien Mon, 05/19/2003 - 17:49
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Dave,


Enter the command "ip nat inside source list (access-list #) interface (type/number) overload" to translate your inside addresses to the address of the interface specified in the command.


Mark

daharris Mon, 05/19/2003 - 18:17
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Mark,


Thanks for the tip. I'll try it when I go to the customer. Thanks again!

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