Cisco Support Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Community Member

NATing issue

i am trying to configure NAT with overloading option.

we have 16 static IP from the ISP, we use most of them as static nating for our servers.

we need to use one or 2 static IP addresses for all the users to connect to the internet (NAT + overload).

i have looked it up to configure it, we can use this commant to do it:

ip nat inside source list -access-list name- pool -pool name- overload

i have 2 questions now if i may ask:

- am i in the right direction? or i am totaly lost

-how can i define a pool of addresses? can i assign the addresses i need?

thank you for your support

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: NATing issue

marwansiala wrote:

i am trying to configure NAT with overloading option.

we have 16 static IP from the ISP, we use most of them as static nating for our servers.

we need to use one or 2 static IP addresses for all the users to connect to the internet (NAT + overload).

i have looked it up to configure it, we can use this commant to do it:

ip nat inside source list -access-list name- pool -pool name- overload

i have 2 questions now if i may ask:

- am i in the right direction? or i am totaly lost

-how can i define a pool of addresses? can i assign the addresses i need?

thank you for your support

Yes this is the correct way to do it.

To define the pool -

ip nat pool NPL 195.20.1.10 195.20.1.11 netmask 255.255.255.248

Jon

Cisco are currently donating money to the Haiti earthquake appeal for every rating so please consider rating all helpful posts.

4 REPLIES
Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: NATing issue

marwansiala wrote:

i am trying to configure NAT with overloading option.

we have 16 static IP from the ISP, we use most of them as static nating for our servers.

we need to use one or 2 static IP addresses for all the users to connect to the internet (NAT + overload).

i have looked it up to configure it, we can use this commant to do it:

ip nat inside source list -access-list name- pool -pool name- overload

i have 2 questions now if i may ask:

- am i in the right direction? or i am totaly lost

-how can i define a pool of addresses? can i assign the addresses i need?

thank you for your support

Yes this is the correct way to do it.

To define the pool -

ip nat pool NPL 195.20.1.10 195.20.1.11 netmask 255.255.255.248

Jon

Cisco are currently donating money to the Haiti earthquake appeal for every rating so please consider rating all helpful posts.

Community Member

Re: NATing issue

thanks alot, it works just fine now

Re: NATing issue

i am trying to configure NAT with overloading option.

we have 16 static IP from the ISP, we use most of them as static nating for our servers.

we need to use one or 2 static IP addresses for all the users to connect to the internet (NAT + overload).

i have looked it up to configure it, we can use this commant to do it:

ip nat inside source list -access-list name- pool -pool name- overload

i have 2 questions now if i may ask:

- am i in the right direction? or i am totaly lost

-how can i define a pool of addresses? can i assign the addresses i need?

thank you for your support

Hi,

Yes you are on the right way,just check out the below link for step by step configuration of NAtting in routers.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094e77.shtml

Hope to Help !!

Remember to rate the helpful post

Ganesh.H

Community Member

Re: NATing issue

thanks, appreciated.

294
Views
0
Helpful
4
Replies
CreatePlease to create content