NAT - Translating all external source IP addresses to single inside address
I have an existing NAT setup using
"ip nat inside source list <x> interface <Outside IF> overload"
"ip nat outside source static <OutAddr> <InAddr>"
for outbound traffic, to:
1)Translate all inside source addresses to the outside interface address
2)Statically map outside addresses to inside local addresses 1 to 1.
What I need to do now is figure out a way to translate the source address of all traffic initiated on the outside, to a single address (could be the inside interface, or just any single address that I can setup routing to).
If there was such a command as
"ip nat outside source list <x> interface <Inside IF> overload" I think that would do it. But, alas, no such command.
I have been over the NAT options 'til I'm blue in the face. Anybody have any thoughts on this one?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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