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Nat via ezvpn client.

Hello,

My head is currently broken trying to figure out how to route all non ezvpn traffic to a nat'ed interface on a client (rather than the server).

Here is a diagram of the topography.

Client Machine (192.168.0.0/24 subnet)

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Cisco 877 (running ezvpn server on static ip)

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(internet)

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Cisco 871 (running ezvpn client and nat on dynamic ip) (subnet 192.168.50.0/24)

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(internet)

I have no issues with bridging the networks and flow between them, however I need to be able to route all non local/remote traffic though the 871. However the issue is that the 871 has a dynamic ip hence I cant run the ezvpn server there, whih obviously would make things easy.

So how can I make 'internet traffic' 'go' via the 871?

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: Nat via ezvpn client.

i am not sure if i understand your requiremtn correct

do you want Client Machine's in 192.168.0.0 network to be able to access internet through the 871 router???

so path would be client machine 877 ===vpn=== 871 ----------- internet

i am pretty sure i havent understood it correctly??? please clarify

Cisco Employee

Re: Nat via ezvpn client.

Jitendriya,

I think the idea is to make ALL traffic to the internet go via EZVPN  CLIENT to the internet, rather then your typical EZVPN CLIENT connecting to internet.

I see this as a possibilitty:

- DVTI

- dynamic routing with default information originate on client

- floating static on ezvpn server

Could potentially work ... not a nice solution ;-)

Marcin

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