If someone externally communicates to the inside Server address at Site B through the NAT from site A's external addressing. How is the return traffic from Site B address handled? Would Site B need to have a default route pointing to Site A to be able to get out to the Internet from Inside to Out?
E.G - External Static Nat at Site A for a host in Site B (Sites separated via MPLS WAN).
Someone from Outside contacts the external address - it hits Site A NAT which routes to inside address at Side B. For Site B to then communicate back - does this need to know where the public address space sits and have a route to it through Site A.
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