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NAT configuration

Hi Guys

I have the following branches Locaton1 and Location 2.  we allocated IP as per the below

Internal network address of Location 1: 192.168.1.0  (Cisco  Series 2911 with 2 Wan and 2 LAN)

Internal network address of Location 2: 192.168.2.0  (Cisco  Series 1900 With 1 Wan and 1 LAN)

For Location 1 and 2 was connected to point to point network:

WAN IP Location1 : 162.100.13.73

WAN IP Location2 : 162.100.13.74

And we have two public gateways available in Location1: Gateway1 and Gateway2 (Cisco RV042)

Public Gateway1 IP Address: 102.143.224.164 - Internal IP Address: 192.168.1.4

Public Gateway2 IP Address:   92.133.124.64   - Internal IP Address: 192.168.1.10

And I have 8 web servers in location 1:

192.168.1.1 -  Mail Server

192.168.1.2 – FTP Server

192.168.1.3 -  Virus Server

192.168.1.5 -   Mail Server

192.168.1.6 -  Oracle App. Server

192.168.1.7 -  Oracle DB Server

192.168.1.8 -   FTP Server

192.168.1.9 -   SVN Server

I require the following rules need to be adopt

•01.   Location 1 and 2 need to connected

02.   Location 1 & 2 Users need to be access 8 Web server

03.   Location 1 and 2 some users need to be connecting outside world (internet Access) others we don’t want allow to connect outside world (No internet access)

Kind Regards

Kumar

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