Configure NAT and a routable IP on same interface?
I tried to ask this yesterday and I think I fumbled the question ... let's try again:
We've just installed a 2600 router (IOS 12.0) and been assigned a single IP for the serial interface and an IP block /29 for the ethernet interface. As configured, this works fine and gives us 6 routable addresses. Of course, for firewalling and expanded address space, we need to configure NAT.
The question is: using only the 2600 router (with one serial and 1 ethernet interface) can we configure NAT and also retain the 6 routable addresses? Or, do we have to abandon the assigned IP block, just use the address assigned to our serial interface, and only configure NAT on the ethernet interface?
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