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IP NAT & 7200 series router

Hi,

I want to translate a local address to a public address. I'm speaking about one concret private address.

I thought in the command 'ip nat inside source address 192.168.64.11 195.34.56.78', but I've got a doubt: to the router can arrive packets with the public address (195.34.56.78) and the private one (192.168.64.11) and the router only has to translate the private and let pass without any change the rest.

The command, does it works in this way? Does anyone see any problem with the configuration?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: IP NAT & 7200 series router

AFAIK, when you have a statement like that, if the packet is outbound, routing is done first, then translation. If the packet is inbound, the translation is done first, then routing. So if you are dealing with inbound packets arriving on the interface that was defined as "outside", the router will translate the IP 195.34.56.78 back into 192.168.64.11 and then route the packet based on 192.168.64.11.

-HTH

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