NAT from Router on other side of Point to Point Connection
I have a remote office that is connected to me via a VPN tunnel over the internet. I have been successful at NATing the traffic from the remote subnet so that internet traffic goes directly to the internet and traffic destined for my corporate network comes through the VPN tunnel.
Now I have added another remote office (just up the road from the first remote office) and have a point to point T1 connecting the two. I am trying to allow internet bound traffic from remote site 2 to use the NAT on the first remote router and running into trouble.
The traffic I am trying to NAT is coming from the other side of the Point to Point T1 connected to Serial0/1 The subnet over there is 192.168.20.0 (class C)
Traffic bound for the internet from Albany (this router) works fine.
The remote router has a default gateway set to Serial0 (the point to point interface).
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