Imagine I have 3 networks: Lan1, Lan2, and WAN for example.
I want Lan1 clients to access Lan2 natted (ie overlapping Lan2 gw).
Up to here it seems to be an easy task. I do config ip nat inside and ip nat outside in Lan1 and Lan2 networks. I do configure ip nat static source list with an access-list which allows only Lan1 to Lan2 traffic.
What do I need to do if I want Lan1 hosts to accces Wan network without being natted? Without further configuration I do not have communication between Lan1 and Wan unless I add ip nat outside to Wan interface, and I change acl for allowing this traffic as well.
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