I am doing a design for a client that is connecting to sites via wireless bridges. Each site has its own subnet, and their are 2 sets of bridges connected to 1841 routers with load balancing across the bridges. For customer support issues the devices on the far end of the bridge must appear to clients as being on the near end of the bridge.
I am hoping all I have to do is on the 2 interfaces connected to the bridges is do an ip nat inside.
Then on the interface connected to the main network do an ip nat outside.
And something like this
ip nat inside source static (ip on other of bridge)(ip on other of bridge).
I have never done this and I hope it makes some sense and someone can tell me if this will work?
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