can anyone help me, I have a site with 2 routers, 1 connects to head office 1 the other connects out to another office 2, the head office 1 has an ip of say 172.19.50.1, the head office one has a lan ip of 172.19.50.2 and another interface on the 10.1.1.1 network, These are natted across on router 2 to look like 172.19.50.x addresses, my question is do i need a route on the 172.19.50.1 router to get to these natted pc's on the other router ?
I wanted to know really if I needed a route on router 1 to get to the natted pc's on router 2, the issue is that router 1 has the same lan ip as router 2 so how will it know how to get to these hosts even though really they have been translated to 172 address range.
so how does router 1 know they are real hosts, does the nat router advertise them out, I would of thought that a route would of still needed to be put on to forward the 172.19.50 traffic to this router even though I know its on the same network ?
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