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RE: NATing both source and destination posted 11/27/2003
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yes this is quite common.

interface Ethernet0/0
 description Connection to cust1 LAN
 ip nat outside
interface Serial0/0
 description Connection to Our LAN
 ip nat inside
ip nat pool cust1-outside netmask
ip nat inside source static
ip nat outside source list cust1-permit-list pool cust1-outside
ip access-list extended mps-permit-list
 permit ip any
 deny   ip any any

cust1-router#sh ip nat tran
Pro Inside global      Inside local     Outside local      Outside global

-----Original Message-----
From: Ram Shummoogum [mailto:rshummoo@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 27 November 2003 14:33
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: NATing both source and destination

On a firewall it is possible to nat both the source address and destination
at the same time using alias.

Is it possible to do the same on a single router without the firewall IOS?


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