Like so many posts let me start off by saying I am new to configuring routers. My configuration is a hub with three spokes. The configuration i am attaching is one of the spokes. On the outside of this spoke they will not let me use my IP's that I have configured at the hub and the other two spokes, so I have to NAT all of my IP's that I need to target. I am having issues around getting the NAT configuration right to pass my traffic. In the past I have only done NAT on firewalls and this configuration I am forced to do it on my router.
Here is an example:
If I need to target say 192.168.100.20 on one of the spokes they told me I have to target 18.104.22.168 and NAT it on my interface to the 192.168.100.20.
I have attached my config for this spoke that I am doing the NAT's on. Please if anyone can help me out that would be great.
I have modified my IP scheme and keys in the attached config just for security.
The tunnel comes up and I can pass traffic between the serial interfaces.....just getting the NAT'd traffic to pass doesnt seem to work.
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