Given the following setup: Router A connected to router B with VPN enabled between both routers for all traffic. The vpn endpoint on router B is int f0/0. Now let's say i wish to enable nat for all IP traffic coming from int f0/0 of router B so that it will be natted when it goes out its int f1/0, is this option feasible? Is it possible to enable both vpn and nat on the same int, in this case f0/0? I am thinking that this may not work since the nat process on int f0/0 will not see any traffic since it is encrypted when it enters the int. A solution i am thinking would be to create a tunnel interface on both routers A and B and configure "ip nat inside" on the tunnel interface of router B.
Would really appreciate your expert thoughts on this.
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