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NAT problem

Hi, I have two edge routers R1( 200.200.200.x) and R2 (( 100.100.100.x)and both are connected with global internet network. Inside of both routers are connected with Internal network where 10.50.33.x servers are there.

static (inside,outside) 200.200.200.5 10.50.33.43 netmask 255.255.255.255

Someone from publich network 110.110.110.5 IP is trying to reach 200.200.200.43 via R1.. In my internal network, we can reach 110.110.110.x via R2.

Now I want to know, it is possible, if 110.110.110.5 can reach 200.200.200.43 via R1, but returning traffic from 10.50.33.43 should go via R2. Any change of packet drop

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Re: NAT problem

Hi Rupesh

Are these internet links from the same ISP ? i guess these are from different ISP's for redundancy sake, in this case you might experience packet drops, incessant delays etc.,.It actually depends on the ISP you have subscribed the services from.

regds

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Re: NAT problem

They are different ISP.

Anything in Static NAT which will route the reply on the same router where NAT happened ?

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