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Multiple NAT's For Range Within 1 Subnet

Sorry for the title, maybe a litte confusing. I wasn't sure how to title it.

Thanks for taking the time to read this.

Basically I need to create a few external ip address which translate to multiple range within our subnet.

192.168.10.1 is our subnet

I would like to have say

192.168.10.10 - 50 <----- 82.48.68.84

192.168.10.51 - 71 <----- 82.48.68.85

192.168.10.72 - 100 <------ 82.48.68.86

Is this possible using the ip nat commands?

Any ideas,

Thanks again,

Regards

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Re: Multiple NAT's For Range Within 1 Subnet

I think I had a config like that where I had multiple outside interfaces and then just used my NAT statements to tell the router which IP to translate to.

As I have learned more about Cisco my first thought is now to use route maps. I think this gives you more control of where your traffic is going for each set of IP addresses.

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