We are using a Cisco 3015 Concentrator. My situation is this:
A remote network, 7.x.x.x, does not want to NAT on their end. We want them to NAT to 172.16.x.x, so all incoming traffic through their tunnel would appear to be coming from this address, 172.16.x.x. They refuse to do this. Since they refuse, all incoming traffic is coming from the 7.x.x.x address. Is their a way I can NAT their incoming address on my end? In other words can I convert the 7.x.x.x address to the 172.16.x.x address as it enters my end?
I am familiar with the fact that our Concentrator can NAT our internal address's, in fact we do it on a majority of our tunnles. However, I need to do just the opposite of that. I need to NAT an incoming address to an adress that I want to see it is. Thanks for the help.
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