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NAT over a serial subinterface

i need some help. i have a cisco 3640 which i am using to connect to the internet. i also want to use NAT. the inside interface is an ethernet interface, while the outside interface is a serial subinterface in a frame relay point to point config. when i give the 'show ip nat trans' command i see translations taking place but i am unable to go onto the internet. thanks

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Re: NAT over a serial subinterface

Make sure that the outside NAT addresses you are using are part of the address space that your ISP has assigned to you.

Please post the configs for both of your interfaces, your NAT configs, your routing protocol configuration (if any), and your static routes. Also post the addresses that your ISP has assigned.

Mark

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Re: NAT over a serial subinterface

Please indicate your current IPs and your intention - what you want to translate into what.

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Re: NAT over a serial subinterface

I have the same problem.

How did you resolve it?

Please help!

Djim.

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