NAT Virutally

Posted on 2005-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-07
New to NAT. I have a Cisco 1711 and I want to NAT a LAN IP (192.168.1.x) to a class a 10.0.1.x before sending through an IP Sec tunnel. I am told that a virutal NAT is the best way to go (it is supposed to be faster). Anyone know where I can get up to speed on this topic? I am looking advice or a doc that addresses this specifically.
Question by:heavenlydishes
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    You can create virtual Loopback interface and make it NAT outside having address 10.0.1.x. BTW what is the reason to change one private net to another one?

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    Lots of different networks connecting to ours and natting to avoid IP conflicts.

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