Hi to all. I know that this thread is pretty old, but I'll try again in exposing my problem.
First of all, I had the same question and Jon's answer were very helpful.
Actually, my question is different. In the same situation, may I nat the private networks using an IP that isn't the one of the e0 interface?
I've a /29 public range (a.b.c.192/29). My e0 IP address is the 193 and I would like to use the remaining addresses for the NAT overload. The reason is that I need to nat around 1200 users (managed with 2 vlans) with my 2821 and I don't know what could happen with just a single IP.
Yes, I know, more likely the system resources of my router will end first, but I'd like to know if there's a solution to my question.
I tried to apply a variation to the Jon's solution.
I did as he said until the source list, then I defined a NAT-pool using 3 of the remaining public IPs and then I used the pool as follows:
ip nat inside source list 101 pool NAT-POOL overload
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