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NAT and address efficiency

What would be the most efficient way to use two separate NAT's from a /26 block of addresses and keep the remaining block in intact for the future ?

I have a need to NAT two hosts, one to one, on two separate private lines. One NAT on each separate access. One access is a single router and T1. The other access is dual T1 dual router (2811).

I have a /26 block of addressing from which to draw the requisite addresses.

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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Purple

Re: NAT and address efficiency

Are both of the links from the same ISP ? If that is the case, you would have to split up the /26 into two /27s so that the ISP can route each block down a different link. The reason you need to do this is so that your return traffic travels over the same link as your outbound traffic.

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