We run a number of Cisco 881 routers. We have these all configured to connect back to head office via a VPN tunnel for remote support with no natting.
Recently we have a new requirement. We have a Private network (Not VPN) that we must connect to into the LAN side of our network. It is at a total different ip address scheme than our internal network but all of our internal network traffic 192.168.1.X/24 must nat to a single IP address - 100.65.XXX.254.
Externally our LAN traffic NAT's to 1 single static IP address provided by our ISP.
So question can I NAT all LAN traffic destined for this network to a single IP address on a VLAN?
I would appreciate if it is do able if someone perhaps could provide a configuration example.
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