People have laptops set up with an email application that has the xxx.xx.xx.xx public IP hard-coded in it. It works fine outside "on the Internet", but when they bring their laptops into work, it doesn't work. Now, obviously, one solution is to change the hard-coding of the app to go to the Vlan1 IP of 192.168.1.20 instead the outside public IP of xxx.xx.xx.xx
But is there a way to do this with "ip nat" statements?
I tried an "ip nat outside static 192.168.1.20 xxx.xx.xx.xx" but that didn't work.
sounds like the more logical approach would be to use split DNS to control that. From the outside the address of host.xyz.com = E0 (outside IP), but inside, the host.xyz.com = your 192.168.1.20 IP address.
Obviously this would require inside and outside DNS setup to accomplish this.
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