I would like to implement Source-NAT for some traffic, but not all traffic for the ACE 4700. The ACE 4700 will be configured as a bridge.
Can I configure Source-NAT using an extended access-list when the ACE 4700 is used as a bridge? I need Source-NAT for servers that need to access the VIPs on the ACE. All VIPs and real servers are on the same IP subnet. I was going to configure the ACE as a bridge so that IP addresses don't have to change.
Let me know how Source-NAT will work in this bridging scenario. If not, what examples or options do I have?
So, does it mean I can just use a standard access-list to identify traffic for Source-NAT? Meaning, I can just Source-NAT based on source IP addresses instead of using an extended access-list to specify both source address and destination VIP?
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