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Failover using NAT

Hi All,

Is there a way to use/incorporate NAT as a failover for the attached network. All routers are running EIGRP. Router3 has a default route to Router1.

Thanks.

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Re: Failover using NAT

What network you want to fail-over? Please elaborate exactly what you trying to achieve.

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Re: Failover using NAT

In the diagram, router3 is my remote router, connected to core router1 and router2. All routers are running EIGRP. I want to know if router1 or router2 links fails/bounces, how can i use/incorporate NAT as a failover between the 2 core routers? I don't exactly know if this is possible or not.

Thanks.

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Re: Failover using NAT

Generally speaking NAT is not a failover mechanism. You should use your EIGRP and advertize default route out of router 2 should router 1 connection fails.

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