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NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

I have two 6506 switches with MSCF2's. I have all exteranl traffic comeing into Vlan 60 and static nat configured for my network management vlan 1 ip range 10.0.0.0 etc. Vlan 60 interface is nat outside and vlan 1 is nat inside. The problems is I can only get NAT to work if I put a static route pointing to VLAN 60. When I put the same route on the other 6506 nat stops working?

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

Hi,

Could you please the configs as well, it will certainly help us.

Regards,

Wilson Samuel

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

samuel

Will get the config to you soon.

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

Wilson

Please find attached config. the other 6506 is identical appart from IP addressing.

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

>ip address 100.4.20.2 255.255.255.192

IP range is from 100.4.20.0 - 63

*** ip route 100.4.20.64 255.255.255.192 Vlan60

10.4.20.64 - 127 is out of the IP range

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

Hi

I should have explained that Vlan 60 addressing is

100.4.20.0 to 100.4.20.63 255.255.255.192 (outside)

The nat addresses take the next range 100.4.20.64 to

100.4.20.127

vlan 1 the addresses to be natted 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0

(inside) but i am only using about 40 management addresses out of this range.

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

Hi, I should explain more.

Your 1st Question:

The problems is I can only get NAT to work if I put a static route pointing to VLAN 60.

Answer:

int vlan60 define ip range from 100.4.20.0 to 63

So, you should add static route before routing process can know 100.4.20.64-127 is belong to which interface.

2nd Question:

...why add to other 6506... nat don't work...

there are some issues making this result:

1. 2 x 6506 nat config is the same ???

2. routing make loops ?

3. How outside ip reply the right 6506 not the other 6506?

More information needed...

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Re: NAT ON 6506 MSFC2

Hi again

I am using hsrp with the second 6506 as the secondary redundent switch. If the primary 6506 goes down then the other takes over, but without the static route pointing to Vlan 60 (on the secondary 6506)the NAT will not work?

Your first question 2 x nat config is the same. only the static nat is the same the other has diffrent interface i.e. ip addresses secondary 6505 vlan 60 int 100.4.20.3 the same for vlan 1.

2. Yes I see this may be the reason why it will not accept the static roure to vlan60 on the other switch.

3. because there is no route on the other.

I suppose my real question is how do I get nat to work in a redundent setup? i.e. if the primary 6506 fails how do I get the secondary to pick up the nat translations?

Regards John

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