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VPN peer address and NAT overload

Can I use the same ip for vpn peer address and at the same time use this ip for nat overloaded translation.

P.S. I need hide IPs behind VPN, so this is not nonat case.

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Re: VPN peer address and NAT overload

I know it works with routers, so I assume that it works with a PIX. Hope this helps.

Cisco Employee

Re: VPN peer address and NAT overload

Do you mean have your VPN clients connet to the outside address of the PIX, but also have:

> global (outside) 1 interface

in your configuration? If so, then yes, you can do that.

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Re: VPN peer address and NAT overload

You can terminate lan to lan tunnels as well as have remote clients terminate on the outside ip address of the pix as well as use the ip address to do nat overload for traffic orginating from the inside to the internet. Hope this helps.

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