Ok, first off, I know hardly anything about this but got stuck doing it anyway.
I'm attempting to setup a cisco 806 with NAT. It will be connected between a DSL router and the LAN to provide internet access to stations on the LAN. I have to do the routing and NAT here because the DSL router won't do it, and the way the ISP assigns the IP's is a little screwy.
I need it to do nat from the inside addresses 10.0.0.x to the outside public addresses 65.x.x.x.
I'm using the standard IOS software, do I need a different feature pack?
From the 806:
I can ping DSL router
No name resolution out.
I can ping LAN
From local station:
I can ping Lan int on 806
all other outside pings return dest unreachable
LAN int set on 65 net
If I switch the local machine over to the 65 net (IP and GW) it works fine. But the local machines MUST remain on the 10.0.0.x net.
Am I going about this all wrong?
Here's what I have so far. Thanks for any help you can give. Here's an example of what I'm trying to do.
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