OK! Need a little advice with this one. I'm familiar with basic Cisco configs, but this is a new one for me. Copies of the configs for the 2 routers are attached, with IP ranges and usernames etc obscured with xxx's.
Current situation: 2 sites, site A and site B. Cisco 1841's at both ends.
Site A is Internet-connected, with a /29 range of xxx.25.27.26 - xxx.25.27.30. Only one IP (xxx.xxx.25.27.26) is currently in use, and there are several NAT rules in place for this IP. Local subnet is 192.168.16.x/24.
Site A is connected to site B via a private fibre link, via VLAN101. Site B's local subnet is 192.168.15.x/24.
The change required is this:
- Configure one of the (currently unused) public IP's - preferably xxx.25.27.27 - on the router at Site 1 to NAT ports 25, 80 & 443 to a machines at site B - 192.168.15.1.
Sounds simple, no? Out of my league though. Any input would be greatly appreciated. If any additional information is required - just let me know.