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NAT help

Hi,

I have a cisco ASA 5520 and connected as a trunk I have a Cisco 3750 with a VLAN for our WAN office.

This remote WAN office has a router which uses DHCP relay back to our LAN where the ASA is, we don't manage the router and have to pay money for any change (silly or what).

ANyway I need to change the DHCP server they point to and thought I Could NAT the one the point to now to the new one, is this possibe?

I did try add a NAT what it didn't work.

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Re: NAT help

if the relay configuration on the router is pointing to the real ip-address of your DHCP server - Natting will not help.

a rough diagram would be helpful to understand your requirement.

-Vikram

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Re: NAT help

"if the relay configuration on the router is pointing to the real ip-address of your DHCP server - Natting will not help. "

This is exactly what I'm doing.

I will try and get a diag done. Basically:

LAN

|

ASA - 3750-(VLAN7) - Remote WAN

|

Router

|

Internet

Re: NAT help

Well then you will have to pay do get the change done on router this time.

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Re: NAT help

fair enough

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