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NAT, MHSRP, Routing on Sub-interface?

Hi,

I have a couple of questions hoping someone could clarify my doubt.

1) Does Sub-interface support MHSRP

2) Does Sub-interface support NAT?

Eg :

I have 02 x Cat2950-24 and 02 x C3600.

The 2 switches is connect via EtherChannel and trunk. Each switch is also connected to both routers via trunking. The routers are configure as HSRP. The router ethernet interface is configure as a sub-interface for one arm routing. Three VLANs , vlan 10, 20, 30 are sitting on the switches. NAT is required if vlan 30 needs to access vlan 10. Will one arm NATting works well with one arm routing? Anything which I need to take care of? Will appreciate if someone could advice me. Thanks!

Regards

LS Ang

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Re: NAT, MHSRP, Routing on Sub-interface?

Each VLAN interface is treated exactly as a real physical interface as far as MHSRP and NAT is concerned.

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