Can we use the “ ip nat inside” and “ ip redirect in” statements on same interface ? I came know that we can’t use both statements on same interface, instead of this we need to move NAT statement to the outside interface or moving the ip redirect statement to outside interface.
If this true can anyone help me by explaining the packet flow?
You can certainly use this on same interface, provided you configure in specific order. There was similar disussion where we provided a picture depicting order that one should follow in these kind of situations. Here is the link to previous discussion:
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