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Static NAT

Hi

I need to connect 2 networks with the same IP subnet across Routers.
can you please tell me how to configure the Static Nating ?

Please see attached network diag.
I need to route traffic from Network A to Network B
both internal network subnets are exactly the same.

I need machines (any IP) from Network A to connect to IP 192.168.1.24 & 25 in Network B.
How do I configure the the routers with static NAT ?
- CISCO IOS 12.x

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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
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meero-ITAuthor Commented:
yes that may be true - but notice that
both networks have the exact same subnet ... so I would need to apply some to NAT the traffic from the origin to the target and back.

I'm sure it can be done -- just don't know how ?
.... NAT inside/outside ?
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
yes that may be true - but notice that both networks have the exact same subnet.

That's one of the features on L2TPv3.

Here's another viewpoint:

http://www.networkstudies.co.uk/2011/11/extend-your-lan-across-multiple-sites.html
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meero-ITAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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