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Cisco 886G 3G fallback with NAT support

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Hello,

 
i will try to sketch the situation as good as possible.

 
I have a Cisco 886G i have configured a fallback mechanism.  i did this with a sla track.  You can see this in the config below. Bij the problem is that i can't get internet to work when connection is in failover state. it fails over to Cllular0 and i can ping from router to the internet. that works fine but when i want to use the internet from one of the pc's is doesn't work.  i traced it to nat. there seems to be that only one ip nat inside source .... when i change this one from dialer0 to cellular0 i have internet on the computers

 
how can i configure multiple ip nat inside source... rules or is there an other way to acomplishe this?

 
Best regards,

Peter Meijer
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Sorry, no config?

But you might want to check this out. It uses two ISPs and sla for the failover: http://www.inacom-sby.net/Shawn/post/2007/11/Getting-Dual-ISPs-running-on-Cisco-1811-and-above-routers(Part-1).aspx

See if that helps you out.
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