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LANT-to-LAN using port NAT...

I have a 3000 series Concentrator with two public interfaces. On one public interface, I have a LAN-to-LAN using static NAT to a Cisco IOS IPSec router...

I would like to establish a LAN-to-LAN with the external (public) interface to the same IOS IPSec router...(no problem)

I would like to NAT the external interface to the same translated network...

It would look something like this:

NAT LAN-to-LAN rule:

Interface Source Net.: Translated --------------------> Remote Network

2 public 10.1.x.x : 191.1.1.1 --------------------> 172.x.x.x

3 external 10.2.x.x : 191.1.1.1 ----------------------> 172.x.x.x

IPSec LAN-to-LAN

Ethernet 2 pub 10.1.x.x peers 172.x.x.x

Ethernet 3 ext 10.2.x.x peers 172.x.x.x

Can I use port NAT for the above NAT scenario?

I would like to NAT the two public addresses to the same "translated network".

Thanks...

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Re: LANT-to-LAN using port NAT...

Well, I guess I have to answer my own question...

The Cisco VPNC does not allow more than one LAN-to-LAN connection to the same PEER...

The port NAT rule would work just fine if the VPNC could have more then one LAN-to-LAN to the same PEER...

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