We have 2 sites interconnected via WAN links. We have mail servers on bth sites.
Mail server in site A is natted to a public IP(on PIX) to enable users to access their emails outside of office.Site A has internet connectivity and the router used for the internet conenctivity is different than the one used to achieve WAN connectivity with Site B.
Site B users wish to have the same functionality where in we need to NAT the mail server in site B to a public IP. Site B does Not have internet connectivity.
Site A subnet-172.16.17.0/24
Site B subnet-172.16.18.0/24.
Can someone please advise if this can be achieved.
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