I have a cisco 2610 running IOS 11.3 (2) and I want to know what I can do with it. I want to have three servers behind it which I want to be seen by the outside.
I also have a network that I want to be able to browse the Internet through this router.
I have done some research and it seems to me that I should be able to do NAT with this IOS level. Will I be able to do all the things I want to do with this level of software, or will I need to update my IOS? From what I have seen, I think I won't be able to do static NAT route mapping, which I *think* is what I will need to have to allow those three servers to be seen from the outside.
You should be fine, using NAT in your scenario. The funniest part is that when i tried using Software Advisor, for the 11.3(2) series, I dont see the 2600 family at all listed . But definitely 11.3(2) does support NAT. And definitely u shud be able to use static NAT for your servers. The servers should then use public ip addresses
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