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nat/bridge

I have wan(bri using ddr) with 2 2600 series routers with a collection computer on the Lan receiving data from a switch over ISDN. The switch delivering the data send it specially to that pc address. As is the application works no problem; however what I need to do is remove this computer and bring it to a remote site maintaining the same network settings with a 1601 router using analog phone lines to connect over serial line to another router on the same LAN to get connectivity all the way back to the switch. My question will any of the options do it for me (nat/ bridge) and how . Welcome any suggestions.

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Re: nat/bridge

From what you've described, you might be able to translate your source address once you move it to the different LAN segment, but it doesn't sound like bridging your traffic will accomplish what you're trying to set up. Here's a good starting point for setting up NAT:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/556/index.shtml

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