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NAT with Proxy IP and Port numbers

Hi,

Existing Setup :

Client is getting an internet in ethernet output with private ip ( 10.0.2.5/24 through 10.0.2.8/24 with proxy ip being 10.0.2.90 port 80 ) from their parent company,for accessing the internet the client needs to connect the output to switch and assigning the above given ip,proxy and port number to pc.

requirement:

Can we terminate the smae Ethernet output to the router and make it do nating for the client LAN ( 192.168.10.0/24 )? and client should be able to browse internet without assigning any sort of proxy ip and port number in their pc.

Regards

Rama

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Re: NAT with Proxy IP and Port numbers

Dynamic Nating or PAT could be done at the router.The router replaces the sending computer's non-routable IP address with the first available IP address out of the range of unique IP addresses.Refer URL for more info NAT

http://cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094831.shtml#examples

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