this is on a 3725 router, assume that the 10. addresses are public and the 192 addresses are private.
int fa0/0 - internet side
ip address 10.1.1.2 255.255.255.252
int fa0/1 - lan side
ip address 10.1.2.1 255.255.255.224
I have public addresses on the inside that get routed out of course. I also have 2 192. addresses that I would like to static nat to 2 of the 10.1.2 addresses. Is this possible since the public address that I want to nat to is on the inside interface? If not is there another way to make this work without modifying or adding another ip to fa0/0 wan interface?
I don't quite understand your response, however if this clarifies a little more here goes. I have public and private addresses inside and I want to nat private inside addresses without using the 10.1.1.2 address on the outside interface. I am getting the feeling that this is not possible. I want to NAT to one of the public addresses that is on the inside interface.
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