We have a 6500 Switch with 3 interfaces. One is out to the internet and is configured with NAT outside, one is to a local subnet and configured as NAT INSIDE (subnet A) . The Third is another local subnet (Sbunet B) and its interface has no NAT configuration.
We want to NAT the Subnet A to the internet but subnet B should not see Subnet A as NAT'd.
Will traffic from Subnet A passing through the Dist Switch be NAT'd to subnet B?
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