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nat inside to outside multiple interfaces

i have a router configured example as below

ethernet 0

ip address 131.108.1.10/24

ethernet 1

ip address 10.129.21.0/24

serial 0

ip address 10.3.100.1/24

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users in ethernet 0

servers in ethernet 1

servers also behind the WAN and belongs to 10.129.35.0/24.x segment.

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How should I do static nat to for users where they access the servers in ethernet 1 as well as behind wan .

example : 131.108.1.x should nat to 10.129.19.0/24 to access both ethernet 1 servers and wan side servers

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Re: nat inside to outside multiple interfaces

You can configure e1 and the serial 0 interface as Outside NAT interface (ip nat outside) and put a static nat for 131.108.1.x subnet into 10.129.19.0 subnet.

e0 will be inside nat interface.

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Re: nat inside to outside multiple interfaces

Thanks, I will try this

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