I have configured VRRP on two cisco 1800 routers also I had configured NAT on both routers too.My topology is in attachted diagram.
I tested VRRP and it is working good in all scenario.Also I am able to ping router's inside and outside interfaces from my client PC
Problem is that when I am not able to ping router R1's interface from my PC. All routes are added and default route is also good.
I am able to ping router VRRP1's outside interface from PC.
I strart debug IP NAT and did not find any activity. Also "sh ip nat statistic" and "sh ip nat trans" command does see any entry.
So question is why packets are not able to NAT .
Also on both routers I have confiugred two subinterfaces and link between switch and router is 802.1q trunk
I belive that trunk configuration and VRRP configuration is good because I am able to ping all interfaces of router name vrrp1 and vrrp2 but I am not able to see any NAT entry and because of that I am not able to ping router R1.
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