Hi GNT, correct I want NAT a host with a public IP address to another pubblic IP address, but in particular this host that I want NAT, belong to a pubblic network address and on this pubblic network address i have a NAT 0, as you can see below:
you are right, first we need to make sure that the public IP address in question is not part of the access list 'pubblic_ip_network_address'. We then have to define a NAT and GLOBAL statement for the original and the NATted addresses, respectively. What is the pool of public IP addresses, and which one do you want to have excluded ? This will probably involve summarization.
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