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Destination nat with seconday ip

Hi Everyone,

I have a  problem when I want to reach this ip. My topology is below.

This is point to point network.

LAN-Cisco 1841-Lease line===ISP -199.99.99.1

Fa 0/0 :10.3.3.1 and has a  secondary ip that is 188.88.88.2 (public ip)

I want to use my seconday ip while i  to reaching  this host 199.99.99.1

How i can nat my seconday ip using destination nat ,is it possible ?

I want to reach  199.99.99.1 using 188.88.88.2 ip address.

Can you please someone explain how can do this.

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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Destination nat with seconday ip

If I understand you correctly, you can use a route map appended to the nat statement. Something like:

Server is 10.3.3.50

access-list 101 permit ip host 10.3.3.50 host 199.99.99.1

route-map SpecialNat permit 10

match ip address 101

ip nat inside source static 10.3.3.50 188.88.88.2 route-map SpecialNat

HTH,
John

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