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Routing NAT address to different VLAN

Hey everyone,

I just have a quick question .. is it possible if I have all of my network equipment on VLAN1 10.10.0.0/24 and all of my web servers on VLAN2 10.10.1.0/24, that I can NAT addresses directly from my firewalls on VLAN1 to servers on VLAN2? I have a layer 3 router doing the vlan routing in between, so the servers can talk to each other... Sorry, I don't have the equipment up and running yet or I'd just try it... Thanks in advance!
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SouljaCommented:
Yes, that should be not issue. As long as the two vlans can talk to one another, the NAT will work.
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MOS2008Author Commented:
Thank you!
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SouljaCommented:
One second. Explain your setup in more detail. You have a router on the stick setup? Describe please.
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MOS2008Author Commented:
Have a firewall/gateway which has public addresses.. I plan to map those public addresses via NAT to another VLAN on the network... so the firewall would be 10.10.0.1/24 and the web server would be 10.10.1.50/24.. the Web server would then point to the default gateway of 10.10.0.1 or 10.10.1.1 (the L3 switch IP)? I'd then NAT a public address of 209.100.100.10 to that web server via the firewall..
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SouljaCommented:
Oh okay, I don't see why that wouldn't work.
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