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NAT overlapping networks

I have following question:

Connecting two remote sites both are 192.168.10.x i would like to NAT traffic following

site A: if communicate with site B is NATed to fe. 192.168.100.x (static NAT 192.168.10.8 is needed to be NATed always 192.168.100.8} and side B if communicate with site A is NATed to fe. 192.168.200.x (again static NAT 192.168.10.8 from B is NATed always to 192.168.200.8)....

Is possible also keep Internet NAT for both sites???

Thx

M.

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Re: NAT overlapping networks

i would NAT both sides to the same subnet, ie:

sideA - 192.168.10.10 >>> 172.16.1.10/16

sideB - 192.168.10.10 >>> 172.16.2.10/16

and/or, you can use a NAT pool for non-static hosts.

this also eliminates the extra routing hop to get from 192.168.100.0/24 to 192.168.200.0/24.

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