I have one 2621 with two fastethernet port one is connected with internet with golobal ip address and other is connected with the nonmanagable switch for local host to communicate with internet and new 2FXS card... i have only one global ip address and i want to use the same ip address for the phone as well as for the local LAN user to communicate with internet. I have three dedicated prot to communicate with FXS card... now i want to forward the voip traffic to the same port to the FXS card...
Is it possible to configure such thing useing Port forwarding or PAT? if yes then how can i configure it? where i should configure ip nat inside or ip nat outside?
if you have only 1 public ip address and you need to have multiple devices access the internet, then you will need NAT w/PAT.
ip phone - 192.168.1.100 /24
user pc - 192.168.2.76 /24
access-list 101 permit ip 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 any any
access-list 101 permit ip 192.168.2.0 0.0.0.255 any any
ip nat pool INET 172.16.10.10 172.16.10.10 prefix-length 24
ip nat inside source list 101 pool INET overload
this is a rather basic scenario with two networks that need to NAT to the internet (INET). this utilizes PAT via the 'overload' parameter. the access-list identifies the subnets allowed to be NATed and is only used by NAT in this case.
(your nat pool may have more than one address if you obtain them and may not have the same prefix-length as the example above)
can you draw up your topology of the pieces involved? i can assist more if i understand your topology and request. i'm still misunderstanding your request. sorry.... (im sure it's just me but i'm at a loss for understanding what you are trying to accomplish)
you wouldn't be trying to get a phone to talk to the internet, via a NAT/PAT public IP, for RSS or other XML feeds are you?
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