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NAT and doing destination translation?

I need to know if it is at all possible to

translate the destination ip address to a static ip address ?

I can do this when translating the source address but need to know if its possible when I need to translate the destination address?

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Re: NAT and doing destination translation?

I wanted to know what exactly u want to do ?

ip nat source inside static 10.1.1.1 202.54.1.1

with this command we make inside source to a destination ip address only.

comeout with clear idea .

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Re: NAT and doing destination translation?

I do not want to translate the source address

I only want to statically translate the destination IP address?

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Re: NAT and doing destination translation?

thats what i wanted to know , towhere do you want to translate the destination ip address ?

(source can be translated to destination....but destination cant be!)

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Re: NAT and doing destination translation?

If you can not make use of the standard NAT configuration to translate to the destination (as the inside) and if throughput is not an issue, you could consider protocol translation and sned the traffic out to a dummy X.25 and back in again ?

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