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Static NAT

Hi ,

I need to setup static NAT for a couple of servers I will change the IP @

I attached a visio of what I would like to do ( easier than a speach )

Could you help for the config ?

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: Static NAT

David

int fa1

ip nat inside

int eth1

ip nat outside

ip nat inside source static 10.87.140.1 192.168.56.1

Jon

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Re: Static NAT

the return of show ip nat translation is:

Pro Inside global Inside local Outside local Outside global

--- 192.168.56.1 10.87.140.1 --- ---

--- 192.168.56.2 10.87.140.2 --- ---

--- 192.168.56.3 10.87.140.3 --- ---

If I understand well :

on the FA 1 int , all packets signed with the source 10.87.140.1 goes in the router and leave it with the new source 192.168.56.1 when they go to 192.153.133.101

on the Eth 1 int, all packets to the destination 192.168.56.1 goes in the router and leave it with the new destination 10.87.140.1

Correct ?

excuse my english

regards

Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: Static NAT

David

"on the FA 1 int , all packets signed with the source 10.87.140.1 goes in the router and leave it with the new source 192.168.56.1 when they go to 192.153.133.101"

Correct as long as the destination IP is out the eth1 interface which it is.

"on the Eth 1 int, all packets to the destination 192.168.56.1 goes in the router and leave it with the new destination 10.87.140.1"

Correct again as long as the destination is out the fa1 interface which it is.

Jon

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