Currently I am configuring two cisco 3925 with the feature static nat with HSRP integration adding the stand by group to the nat configuration.
The topologies I am working on is setting up two edge router and I have a firewall after the routers. The routers are connected to the outside interface of the firewall. What I am doing on the edge routers is receiving the internets and I am doing some load balancing with PBR and I am exposing other services to the internet on the routers. All firewall do is to block traffic coming from the internet to the lan network. The routers have HSRP enabled on the interface that faces the firewalls and the feature of hsrp and nat is enabled on this.
All the time I see the duplicated address message on both routers and when I put all the load on them they start behaving king of estrange.
I lose connectivity to the internet and it gets really slow.
So I would like to know if this feature is a good practice to use it or should I do something different.
I also would like to know if this interferes with some other features I have running on this routers like vrf lite and eigrp.
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