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networking P2P with internet on far side

edwardcohen asked
Last Modified: 2010-07-27
hi everyone, I have two cisco 3845's connected by a DS3 P2P.
I have one in our building and one in a collocation facility. On the other side of the one at the collocation facility i have a PIX515 and the internet on the other side of that. I want to use one extrenal IP on one of the ports on the PIX, i also have a pool of 20 or so extrenal addresses for translation. I can ping all the way to the pix from the building and vice versa but i am not able to reach the internet unless i use NAT on one interface for each router as they head for the PIX. Is there a better way i can do this? I would like to avoid NAT on the two 3845's if possible.
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