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IP Masquerading on Cisco router

Hi,

Is there any way to do IP masquerading in a cisco router. I have a class c network of 8192 nodes. I want my ISP to recognise each request sent by any node in my network as requested by only ONE IP. Is this possible?

Thanks

kanwaljeet

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Re: IP Masquerading on Cisco router

why don't you NAT on the Serial interface.

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Re: IP Masquerading on Cisco router

Hi Dwax,

Could you tell me how i can do NAT on serial interface of my router.i will be thankful if you could tell me the steps.

Thanks

kanwal

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Re: IP Masquerading on Cisco router

Step Command Purpose

1 .

ip nat pool name start-ip end-ip {netmask netmask | prefix-length prefix-length} Define a pool of global addresses to be allocated as needed.

2 .

access-list access-list-number permit source [source-wildcard] Define a standard access list.

3 .

ip nat inside source list access-list-number pool name overload Establish dynamic source translation, identifying the access list defined in the prior step.

4 .

interface type number Specify the inside interface.

5 .

ip nat inside Mark the interface as connected to the inside.

6 .

interface type number Specify the outside interface.

7 .

ip nat outside Mark the interface as connected to the outside.

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Re: IP Masquerading on Cisco router

Hi Dwax,

Thankyou very much.You have been a great help.

Thanks once again

Kanwal

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Re: IP Masquerading on Cisco router

all the best, good luck

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