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NAT static IP Address failover.

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Sep 18th, 2003
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Hi, is it possible to setup a NAT static Ip address failover. At the moment I have an External ip address of 203.145.145.145 which is NAT to the internal network address 192.168.100.20 computer. If I shutdown the computer so that 192.168.100.20 no longer available, is possible to setup a failover for the router to redirect to another internal ip address 192.168.100.30. If yes, how, what's the command???? Thanks....

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raymong Mon, 09/22/2003 - 04:17
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I am not aware of any command that will accomplish this. The router does not verify that it can reach .20 so it will never know if that pc is shutdown. You would have to manually change the static NAT statement to translate .30 -> 203.145.145.145 for this to work.

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