Hello. Please see the attached diagram. When I show up in the cloud from my firewall, I need to show up as 192.168.166.10, not as my router interface (192.168.166.1). Can anyone tell me the commands to make this happen? Is it possible to have an address translated to an address on the same subnet?
We previously did this on the firewall, but have just put a router there.
frame-relay map ip 18.104.22.168 51 broadcast payload-compression packet-by-packet
ip address 192.168.166.1 255.255.255.0
ip address 192.168.209.1 255.255.255.0
The firewall connects on fa0/0. There are many networks behind the firewall.
Anything attempting to connect to the host (22.214.171.124, other side of a vendor owned router)needs to show up as 192.168.166.10. There is also another host that has the same type of restriction, but if you can help with the first one I should be able to do the next one by myself.
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