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NAT Advice

Hi,

Can anyone suggest a sample configuration here?

I want to hide 3 servers behind a 192.168.x.x address so that the SP sees the host addresses coming from that range.

The hosts initite connections to hosts on the SP network, so reachability should be end to end!

The configuration will be applied to EX1.

Help well rated.

Gav

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Re: NAT Advice

you would require static NATs in place

ip nat inside source static 10.22.148.153 192.168.x.x

ip nat inside source static 10.22.148.170 192.168.x.x

ip nat inside source static 10.22.148.171 192.168.x.x

interface

ip nat inside

interface outside

ip nat outside

The only problem is you are asking to hide the servers behind a private address range ans hence may not be accessible from internet if the packets are not converted to a valid public address before they hit the internet

HTH, rate if it does

Narayan

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