I will start by saying that I am completely new to the Cisco IOS. Now, with that said here is my situation. We are moving offices and upgrading to a full T1 in the process. This requires, of course, a new router and with that new configurations!!!
I am trying to overload a single external IP with the pool of our internal ips (192.168 block).
I have been using the configmaker to set up dummy configs so that I can see how the IOS commands are supposed to be input. While doing this I have found that I cannot create the NAT environment that I would like... at least not with my current level of knowledge.
I want this:
192.168.xxx.1 - 192.168.xxx.xxx = 66.xxx.yyy.zzz
I need all internal IP's to map to that single external (I believe cisco calls this overload). My problem seems to be that I cannot force this type dynamic NAT using the cisco config maker. I can do static mapping no problem:
66.xxx.yyy.zzz = 66.xxx.yyy.zzz
but cannot get:
192.168.xxx.1-254 = 66.xxx.yyy.zzz
If anyone could point me in the correct direction I would be disgustingly grateful :)
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