We can't get any translations to show on our router when connecting from the outside. I was looking at the config and was wondering if the sub-interface portion was correct. I am curius to know that if I put an IP on fa0/1 (instead of fa0/1.1) if this works the same way? below is a snippet of what I am talking about.
description LAN Interface to CJF
ip address xxx
ip access-group 103 in
ip access-group 103 out
ip nat outside
no ip mroute-cache
encapsulation dot1Q 3
ip address xxx
ip helper-address 10.100.1.28
no ip redirects
ip nat inside source statice "local IP" "outside IP" extendable
You have to have 2 interfaces doing nat if you want to nat. An inside and an outside. You do not have ip nat inside on any interface. To do natting you must go from one nat interface to another nat interface. Look at the example links I sent previously. This example config you are showing us will not do any nat. I do not think the ip nat inside source will even work properly without a "ip nat inside" on an interface that it is set up for.
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