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IP NAT failover when host is down

Hi,

I'm searching for a solution for NAT translation when a host is down.

Let's say I have a host that have a forwarding from the internet with ip NAT inside source static 1.1.1.1 10.1.1.1.

When this host is down the traffic actually need to go to 10.1.1.2. Now we need to adjust the NAT manually. Is there a way with route maps and sla to automate this?

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Re: IP NAT failover when host is down

Bjorn

There is no way i know of to do this because you would also need to manually clear the existing NAT translation. However you may be able to do it with an EEM script. There is an EEM forum with Network Infrastructure so it is probably worth moving this post to that forum where you may be able to get a solution.

Jon

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