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Cisco 2610XM Static Mappings.

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Here's the scenario...

ISDN Line into office into Cisco 1720
Which connects to a PIX515E
That protects the 2610XM Router

The internal network has a mainfram on it that routes to a certain ip for the software application.

What I need to do is create a static map that routes all internal traffic to a external ip via the mainframe's internal ip to be used for disaster recovery.

I know it's using the nat mappings but seem to be unable to get the 2610 to pass traffic to the external ip.

Thanks in advance for the help.
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If you mean that the PIX515e has static nat mapping for a public IP of the mainframe, and you are trying to send traffic from the internal 2610 router to that public IP, it won't work. You would need to use the "alias" command on the PIX
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_tech_note09186a0080094aee.shtml
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That sounds exactly what I need.  I will attempt tommorow (it's at customer site) and mark this as answered if it works tommorow.
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Well this would work one way but not the way I wanted per cisco..thanks for your help it is a good bit of knowledge to have.
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