I have a Cisco 2951 terminating my VPN's and I need my VPN clients to access a public ip address but have the source address of the router that terminates the VPN.
The VPN clients are split tunnelled and I have added the public address to the split tunnel ACL in order to bring it up through the tunnel but I'm sure I need to NAT it back out from the router in some way. I thought I needed to use "ip nat outside...." but this only allows me to use NAT pools.
The server I'm trying to access is not mine, it elsewhere on the internet. But it only permits connections from my public ip, so I need clients who VPN into my network to go back out to this server but appear to be coming from my public ip.
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investigation, the there is 1s delay between the client KEXDH_INIT and
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Introduction The purpose of this document is to demonstrate the Open
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