As Nuno indicated, we need to know a little more about your network (physical connectitvity between them, routers, f/w).
But, as you probably have incompatiblity about IP addressing between both network, for sure you need to NAT, both side. It's the easy part. After, to reach servers or hosts from any site, you should have translation as done by PIX f/w with static statement.
Unfortunately I don't see a solution for this case...
If you don't have DNS there's no way the router builds its NAT table appropriately.
The solution I thought doesn't work either. I thought you could do NAT on both routers (ip nat inside source...), but you say you can't. Even if you could it would only work after each host on either side tried to communicate at least one time with some other host beyond the router on each side.
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