i am trying to configure something i call STATIC PAT HIGH AVAIABILIY.
2 wan links are terminated on 2811 router. these are the nat outside interfaces. I have an application server on the private (inside) of my router which needs to be available through both the wan links. And the returning traffic should take the exit interface where it originally originated from.
in this way the web application server will be avaiable through both the wan links simultaneously.
the nat staements which i think are correct are as folows:
ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.10 8000 (IP of wan link A) 8000 route-map A extendable
ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.10 8000 (IP of wan link B) 8000 route-map B extendable
match ip 1
set interface (int wan link A)
match ip 2
set interface (int wan link B)
access-list 1 permit any
access-list 2 permit any
i have default route to both ISPs and IP CEF is turned on by default.
IS THE ABOVE CONFIGURATION CORRECT, to what i am looking forward to achieve.
i have tried this configuration multiple times and the result are not conistent.
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