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NAT

We are having a private lan network ,and we are using the range of 172.30.7.0/24 IP are using and we are also havin g an NAT router .can we able t0 use any other prescribed range of IP in our LAN (ie 5.5.5.0/24)with a NAT router.cud u please clear me the basic doubt?

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Re: NAT

hi

are you planning to extend external access to the new ip range ?

regds

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Re: NAT

If you are talking about prescribing some hosts outside IP address, and the rest to NAT dynamically (i.e. Using static and dynamic NAT simultaneously) please refer to this document:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_tech_note09186a0080093f31.shtml

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Re: NAT

As I understand ur problem, u want to use some private ips as well as some public IPs within the LAN. AM i Right?

Whats ur NAT router? If its Cisco, and if you have correctly defined ur private pool (only with 172.30.7.0/24) it will not affect ur 5.5.5.0 range and you can directly go out with the source ip range of 5.5.5.0/24 . Belive I answered ur question....

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Rgds..

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