In a network I have a router connected to a T1 interface, next I have my firewall. Is the prefered method to do the natting on the router and use the NAT 0 statement on the firewall or do I do the natting on the firewall ( PIX )?
I know this is pretty basic but I'm still rather new.
for example; your router, does it do anything else, like policy routing, access-lists, routing protocl such as ospf or bgp etc. Also depends, how much memory you have, which model of router you have and what sort of traffic load are we talking about. So, as you can see, it's not a simple yes or no, the answer to your question is "it depends".
From my personal experience, i have seen most people do it on the firewall, but again, its your call.
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